Champlain Valley News Local 22 and Local 44 NY News New York | MYCHAMPLAINVALLEY Burlington High School moves inside the former Macy's Department Store in one month The future home of Burlington High School should be ready in about four weeks. Students will enjoy in-person learning for the first time this school Advocates say investing in peer support is key in addressing a growing mental health crisis MONTPELIER – It’s no secret that 10 months of isolation and uncertainty have taken a toll on Vermonters’ mental health, and advocates are now Vermont to receive $1.5 mil in multi-state opioid settlement McKinsey is one of the world’s largest business consulting firms. It’ll pay nearly $600 million for its role in ‘turbo-charging’ opioid sales and advising This Place in History: The Lost Mural Part 2 BURLINGTON, Vt. At ‘This Place in History’ we’re back at Ohavi Zedek in Burlington, Vt. with Executive Director of the Vermont Historical Society Steve Vermont health care workers going to Super Bowl LV in Tampa The NFL announced it would be sending nearly 7,500 health care workers to the Big Game in Tampa as a thank you to their Local ABC 22 and Local Fox 44 Local News | MYCHAMPLAINVALLEY 247 new COVID-19 infections in our region Sunday; no deaths Vermont reported 140 new coronavirus cases on Sunday. Chittenden County had 51 of them. There were 19 in Windsor County and 15 in Bennington Two coronavirus deaths Saturday, 251 new cases throughout our region The Vermont Department of Health reported 180 new COVID-19 cases on Saturday. Chittenden County had 65 of the new infections; Bennington County was next Lake Champlain Chocolates recalling some of its milk chocolate items Lake Champlain Chocolates is recalling some of its milk chocolate products because of the chance that some of them may be contaminated by foreign Dartmouth College going completely tobacco-free in mid-March Dartmouth College is going smoke-free in the middle of March. According to school administrators, it happens on March 18. Students, staff members and visitors Increased police presence in Montpelier in light of Capitol riots and Inauguration Day Vermont’s capital city will have a greater police presence should any protests become violent. This, after the FBI put statehouses and capital buildings on alert. 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.