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Vermont Daily Water Cooler is a roundup of important headlines from around the state.
Gov. Phil Scott on June 8 signed into law a bill to study legalizing sports betting in Vermont – an industry he supports, he said.
After the state took her kids, a drug-abusing mom got cleaned up – and got her kids back.
Three Vermont National Guard biathletes are training hard in anticipation of attending the 2022 Olympic Games in Beijing, China.
After hearing a loud crash, the homeowner made contact with a male standing outside. The male was described as 5’8″-5’10” feet tall, skinny with blond hair in his late mid to late 20’s. After being confronted, he apologized for breaking the window, and left abruptly.
A map of recent appointees to Scott administration boards and commissions shows more than half live along the I-89 corridor in Washington and Chittenden counties.
Weather-permitting, residents of Vermont saw the sun in the midst of an eclipse at sunrise on today.
A Burlington legislator is arguing a novel ‘legislative privilege’ defense to withhold two documents sought by a former city employee using the Public Records Act.
Aiden Boettcher, 21, of Gulfport Mississippi was arrested in Hartford on June 9 for sexual assault. He was released on citation and is ordered to appear in court today.
School choice will benefit everybody. If you really believe in a social justice – the real thing, not just a bumper sticker slogan — school choice for everyone should be an easy cause to embrace.