The annual School Choice Week luncheon at Capitol Plaza will feature a strong homeschooling focus this year.
Water Cooler: Old Windsor prison new home for troubled kids? / Big land trust conservation deal / car hits deer, catches fire
Some state officials would convert an old, empty prison into the new home for Vermont’s most difficult children. Locals don’t think much of the idea.
In both the Vermont Democratic and Republican primaries for the open lieutenant governor post, State House veterans are being challenged by grassroots activists.
A free speech group is investigating Dartmouth College’s decision to ban journalist Andy Ngo’s in-person speech in response to opposition by two Vermont Antifa groups.
Why isn’t middle-class housing being built to meet the aching demand? Tom Evslin points to one BIG reason: Act 250 makes it unaffordable.
Two experts in Vermont legislation and home schooling will analyze the proposed home study ‘simplification’ bill this afternoon via Zoom.
Vermonters can speak out tonight against the push to legalize prostitution in Burlington and Vermont.
Watercooler National: US embassy families ordered to evacuate/ CIA-Wuihan link / NYPD cop gunned down
A New York City cop was gunned down Friday night.
Police investigate electronic stalker, theft of catalytic converters.
Gov. Phil Scott bemoans the high price of housing. His solution budgets lots of federal money.