GOP candidates Gerald Malloy and Greg Thayer visit the Secretary of State’s office to file their petitions.
Addison County law enforcement is considering the idea of hiring ‘undocumented migrants.’
The leading study on the effectiveness of the 1994 ban stated: “In general we found, really, very, very little evidence, almost none, that gun violence was becoming less lethal and less injurious during this time frame. So on the balance, we concluded that the ban had not had a discernible impact on gun crime during the years it was in effect.”
Thirteen years after starting her entrepreneurial tour de force, VTDigger founder Anne Galloway is stepping back from the daily grind and stepping more often into her garden.
A Burlington native, former Burlington police chief, and UVM alumnus will become the Burlington-based university’s chief law enforcement officer.
Despite an 89% decrease in overall traffic stops, black people account for a higher percentage of Burlington Police Dept. arrests and are more than twice as likely to be arrested for a violent felony.
Before you wave a pistol at someone while driving 100 MPH, make sure it’s not a state trooper in an unmarked police car.
Two more shooting incidents in Springfield, including an injury to a man who once bragged about being the biggest heroin dealer in Newport.
The World Health Organization (WHO) on Friday held an emergency meeting to discuss the outbreak of monkeypox after more than 100 cases were reported across 12 countries.
H96 creates a task force to develop “legislation to create one or more truth and reconciliation commissions to examine and begin the process of dismantling institutional, structural, and systemic discrimination in Vermont, both past and present.”