On Jan. 6, 2022, Bennett was charged in Rhode Island criminal court with Felony Assault and/or Battery, Reckless Driving and Other Offenses Against Public Safety, and Resisting Legal or Illegal Arrest.
First responders say that in springtime the water runs fast and cold in Vermont streams and rivers. Swimmers beware.
No global pandemic treaty can bind the U.S. without Congressional approval, Vermont’s retiring senior senator said. However, critics say the Biden administration’s controversial proposed treaty language can be adopted because a treaty is already in place.
The Clean Heat Standard is like raising taxes on sugary beverages: taxing the poor to change purchasing behaviors.
Awakened in the night and dressed in only his nightshirt, Green Mountain Boy Remember Baker attempted to defend his family from the mob of Yorkers with an ax.
The three new appointees to the Vermont Fish and Wildlife Board are Nicholas Burnham of Hartland, Neal Hogan of Bennington, and Robert Patterson of Lincoln.
S287 does not require investment of additional funding directly in students, Gov. Phil Scott said. Nor does new spending capacity mean there will be better outcomes.
From small businesses to larger franchises, there seems to have been a disappearance of willing workers. Employers and customers on both sides of the Connecticut River are wondering, “Where is everybody?”
Lt. Tara Thomas will lead the ‘tech police’ of the Vermont State Police. The unit deals with computer, cellphone and cyber-crime, conducts polygraphs, and provides protection for the governor and other dignitaries.
The long-promised buildout of internet connection to rural Vermont towns has begun in Bolton and small Northeast Kingdom communities.