Police say a convenience store clerk took the idea of ‘gift cards’ a little too far.
Jacqueline Brook writes how her own experiences with vaccine injury apply to the pandemic.
Vermont’s housing and worker shortages aren’t going away. Time to hit them with unprecedented amounts of federal dollars, Gov. Phil Scott recommended Tuesday in his budget address.
The Global Deal for Nature would conserve half of the globe’s total land and sea area from development. A bill by the chair of the Vermont Natural Resources, Fish & Wildlife Committee would ensure that Vermont does its part. The committee will review the bill Thursday morning.
A leading ‘dissident’ physician is defending Dr. Meryl Nass, the Maine physician ordered to undergo a psych evaluation after she prescribed hydroxychloroquine for a Covid-19 patient.
President Joe Biden’s support has dropped by a full third among Vermonters since the November, 2020 election, a VPR-PBS poll says.
The Vermont National Guard is pitching in during the Omicron-related staffing shortage at Vermont’s largest hospital.
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After receiving a legal threat, a Catholic hospital chain in the Midwest stops using race as a determining factor for Covid treatment.
NEK Day at the Statehouse is a chance for residents of Vermont’s most rural region to connect with their representatives in Montpelier.
Critics of an “update” to Vermont’s 2013 doctor-prescribed death law say a pandemic is a terrible time to remove safeguards intended to protect vulnerable adults from abuse.