A Woodstock police officer was told to remove a “Support Our Police” sign from in front of the police department because, he was told, someone complained it’s racist.
A bill introduced by Sen. Bernie Sanders would shift power over the U.S. military from the president to Congress.
Governor Phil Scott has appointed Vermont utility executives Patty Richards and Dan Nelson to the newly established Vermont Community Broadband Board (VCBB). Richards will serve as chair and Nelson will fill one of four board member positions.
One little part of my brain knows the bat in my house isn’t going to hurt me. But all the rest of me is like, I AM GOING TO DIE.
Sanders should speak to Florida’s Cuban population before he decides to sing the praises of a murderous tyrant like Fidel Castro.
A Catholic school in Morrisville should not be required to hire a lesbian teacher.
A straw poll taken by a legislative committee today favors live streaming committee meetings and restricting the number of people in committee rooms.
Vermont State College students are taught to fight off armed intruders – but only as a last resort.
Water Cooler: UVMMC wants outpatient surgical center / downtown Burlington can’t fill jobs / homeless in Montpelier city parks / heating fuel costs to rise
As Montpelier considers putting homeless people in city parks, a Burlington-based hospital wants to build an outpatient surgical center. And a propane dealer says costs will rise this winter.
The Canadian government will open its borders to vaccinated Americans who successfully apply for entry online.