In Burlington, social media operators cancel a gay Republican candidate for City Council. Soooo ‘inclusive.’
The next time a politician laments on the campaign trail that the rent is too high, take a moment to see if their voting record helped make it so.
Ali Aljarah emigrated to Vermont with his family from Baghdad, Iraq, after anti-U.S. militia targeted his family with bombs.
Vermont’s cut of a national legal settlement with opioid manufacturers is about $60 million.
A university professor scheduled to speak at s Friday night public gathering on CRT was called “an open white supremacist” on Underhill’s Front Porch Forum. Another speaker, organizer of a Jan. 6 bus ride to Washington D.C., was called a ‘traitor.’
Across the Connecticut River, state tuition may now go to private schools. What’s stopping Vermont?
A Richmond man died in a fiery crash this morning. Speeding is believed to have been a factor.
A state analyst says the State of Vermont is moving too quickly on its plan to replace its decrepit unemployment insurance computer.
Hated millfoil is being reduced on one Vermont lake after another.
Water Cooler: Beaches, Baptist Church close / White paint leads cops to burglar / Record-high OD deaths / Safety escorts
Crime doesn’t pay. Especially when the cops find you by following the trail of white paint.