A bill sponsored by the entire Senate Natural Resources and Energy Committee would prohibit tracking coyotes with dogs.
Nicholas Languerand, living in Wolcott at the time of the Capitol breach, was sentenced in federal court to 44 months in prison for assaulting law enforcement.
Water Cooler: IT woes hold up help for low-income families / VT schools to get 100K N95 masks / Arts groups score big pandemic funding / It’s raining iguanas in Florida
The State of Vermont’s IT system is getting the blame (again) for sloooow delivery of money promised to needy families.
Volunteer groups want to help reduce the mental and emotional health crisis now plaguing the state’s prisons.
The growing amount, magnitude and complexity of student violence, vandalism, and sexualized and suicidal behaviors are overwhelming public schools.
Liberalism is at risk of being replaces by this new illiberal era, in which there is an increasingly authoritarian definition of social justice.
How does the ‘mass formation’ delusion affect Vermont? Med school grad and health care policy expert Meg Hansen discusses.
An Elmore man died in a one-car crash Friday.
Almost half of young Vermonters know little about the Holocaust.
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