WCAX continues its series on the treatment – or lack of it – for eating disorders in Vermont, and NBC5 describes a more aggressive form of shoplifting in Burlington.
McClaughry: Un-elected officials would set heating fuel ‘tax’ rate
Since when do appointees set tax rates?
Digger won’t print pastor’s letter protesting Prop 5 freebie ad, cites ‘misunderstanding’
VTDigger says a Sheldon letter writer critical of their providing free advertising to a pro-Prop 5 group “may have a misunderstanding of this matter.”
States launch ‘border strike force’ to challenge Biden on lack of enforcement
New Hampshire, but not Vermont, has joined a 26-state initiative to slow illegal immigration.
Malloy pro-life, pro-2A, pro Constitution
GOP Senate candidate Gerald Malloy of Perkinsville has been telling Vermonters about his pro-life, pro-Second Amendment campaign platform since throwing his hat into the ring in March.
Despite warchest, Welch voting record leaves him vulnerable to centrist Nolan
Senate candidate Rep. Peter Welch has millions more campaign cash than any of his challengers, but his voting record could prove problematic against a strong centrist candidate.
James O’Keefe tells the Veritas at Dartmouth
Mainstream media reporting on Project Veritas is the journalistic equivalent of the fox telling you its thoughts on the farmer’s dog.
Keelan: Legislature seems out of touch
What Vermonters DON’T need from the Legislature is added stress on our police shortage and energy costs.
Holy Cow! History: Hinesburg and the Great Hiney Wine Hoax
Hiney Wine started as a gimmick for a Dallas, Texas DJ in 1981. Pretty soon some folks were positive it was named after a certain Chittenden County town.
Gov signs Burlington, Essex charter changes, Abenaki tax exemption
Burlington, Essex charter changes and Abenaki property tax exemption among bills signed into law by Gov. Phil Scott this week.