Lily Battistoni picks herbs from Milton Public Library’s teaching garden for a vegetable pizza on Monday morning. (Photo by Michaela Halnon)

Blueberries and pizza

There were no complaints last Monday as librarian Kathy Dulac led her charges outside to Milton Public Library’s teaching garden. “If you have a garden, you have to weed,” Dulac said to nodding heads. The program, now in its second …  Read more

By the end of summer, GMT riders will be able to track their buses in real time using a phone app called RouteShout. (File photo)

Bus system gets mobile

About the same time Green Mountain Transit cuts the ribbon on its new transit center in downtown Burlington, it will also launch a mobile application that allows riders to track buses in real time. Such apps are becoming an industry …  Read more

Former firefighters Heather Grimm and Chris Gonyeau are pictured at the Georgia town offices in March when they returned their gear after their dismissals from the department. The two have since filed a lawsuit against the town in U.S. District Court. (File photo by Courtney Lamdin)

Former Georgia firefighters sue town

Two former Georgia firefighters have sued the town for terminating them earlier this year for their refusal to sign a contentious confidentiality agreement. Through attorney Ted Hobson, longtime firefighters Heather Grimm and Chris Gonyeau alleged their dismissals violate their constitutional …  Read more

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