Champlain Valley News Local 22 and Local 44 NY News New York | MYCHAMPLAINVALLEY North Country educators say more funding is needed for K-12 return to school As teachers, parents, and students in the Empire State are anxiously preparing for an unprecedented back to school this fall, Congresswoman Elise Stefanik sat Hazard pay grant program will give money to frontline workers MONTPELIER, VT – Health officials say no major outbreaks and Vermont’s positivity rate, and number of COVID cases staying low. On Tuesday, the governor Weather Blog: Isaías approaching rapidly Tuesday afternoon Good afternoon, Tropical Storm Isaías is racing north-northeast Tuesday at an impressive 40 mph clip. Throughout the rest of the afternoon, expect rapidly deteriorating Second stimulus checks: Progress slow on virus relief bill with $1,200 payments WASHINGTON (NEXSTAR/AP) — Negotiators on a huge coronavirus relief bill reported slight progress after talks resumed in the Capitol, with issues like food for Green Mountain Power urges Vermonters to prepare for Tropical Storm Isaias COLCHESTER, Vt. – As Tropical Storm Isaias inches closer to Vermont, Green Mountain Power is reminding customers to stay vigilant and take steps to Local ABC 22 and Local Fox 44 Local News | MYCHAMPLAINVALLEY Sunday brings five new coronavirus cases in our region The Vermont Department of Health reported five new COVID-19 cases on Sunday. Bennington County and Caledonia County each had two of them, with the Vermont, New Hampshire to benefit from Connecticut River watershed grant money The upper Connecticut River watershed should benefit from more than $1.2 million dollars in grant money for future conservation projects. The money will come Burke Mountain lawyer objects to ski resort’s value being set just above $18.7 million A lawyer representing Burke Mountain is appealing a decision by the Town of Burke to set the market value of the ski resort at Weather Blog: Hot and humid forecast to start next week Happy Sunday! A few showers and storms arrive this evening mainly for northern VT and NY. Mostly cloudy skies remain tonight with a few ‘Re-wild VT’ project aims to plant 100,000 trees in the state by 2022 This summer, a nonprofit group is launching what it calls the ‘Re-wild Vermont’ project. The objective, planting 100,000 trees across the Green Mountain State Sun Community News Gov. Cuomo: schools closed through end of academic year New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced this morning that schools across the state will remain closed through the end of the 2019-20 academic school Summer Camp Confusion Addressing the media in a Thursday afternoon conference call, North Country Congresswoman Elise Stefanik (R-Schuylerville) derided what she called “inexcusable” political attacks by Gov. Officers intercept prison drug packages DANNEMORA | Union officials are renewing calls for a secure statewide prison-vendor program after officers intercepted two drug shipments at Clinton Correctional Facility this Johnsburg’s ‘state of emergency’ to continue NORTH CREEK | On April 20, Town supervisor Andrea Hogan issued the proclamation announcing the extension. Serving the frontline PLATTSBURGH | When the current social crisis hit the region, the owners of Valcour Brewing Company, family, and staff sprang into action.