Hot headlines from VT media: teen pleads innocent to attempted murder. Provincetown visitors should get tested. State colleges will require student EUA Covid vaccination.
More details are expected next week, but Vermont Health Commissioner Mark Levine seems to favor masking Vermont public school children this fall.
A revenue surplus powered by a resurgent state economy has added $52 million to the state pension fund.
Friday, July 30 at 6:30 pm four speakers will take to the stage at The Whetstone Church in Brattleboro for a two hours discussion on Critical Race Theory/Equity.
Religion, reason, and fair elections are all victims of the ideological persecution now being perpetrated on a Burlington City Council candidate.
A rare plant could become the spotted owl or snail darter to bedevil the electric car industry.
Two Vermont State Game Wardens were recognized by Governor Phil Scott and Fish and Wildlife Commissioner Louis Porter today in Montpelier for their exceptional performance. Warden Asa Sargent of Hartland received the […]
Burlington’s business community shouldn’t need to pay for their customers’ safety escorts because the anti-police City Council has defunded law enforcement.
Water Cooler: Montpelier postpones homeless decision / Nuclear waste storage / renewable natural gas / free food $$ extended / GOP opposes vax passports / coke bust
Hot media headlines from around the state.
My abortion represents the 99% of abortions performed. Even so, for me, It was an indescribable horror, nothing to be celebrated or cheered in favor of. That is MY experience.