Headlines from Vermont media: the Gypsy Moth will get a new, less ethnically-sensitive name. Cyanobacteria closing beaches. A Burlington city councilor has been accused on social media of sexually assaulting a fellow VPIRG worker.
Tom Breuer of Stowe died unexpectedly early Sunday morning.
Sen. Pat Leahy has introduced a bill to spend billions on U.S. Capitol security, including a brand-new, $27 million U.S. Capitol Protection Task Force, a rapid response team to deal with future threats.
New York City makes it almost impossible to get a permit to carry a firearm for self-protection. Here’s what TV journalist John Stossel had to do when he applied.
The Burlington City Council last night unanimously approved a resolution to decriminalize prostitution.
Do Orleans teachers carefully distinguish between white skin color and the academic concept of Whiteness? Are teenaged students understanding it and accepting it without shame?
You thought college was already expensive? The state wants to tax tuition.And aren’t we told that affordable childcare is already a problem?
Marx, like so many others, virtually plagiarizes the teachings of Jesus.
A hacker discovered child porn and reported it. Big non-profit media in Vermont just got bigger. A NY homicide raises questions about bail reform on both sides of Lake Champlain.
The Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department says many people are having problems with bears looking for food near their homes, and with the food scrap ban in effect the department is providing tips for people who are composting at home so they can avoid attracting hungry bears.