It’s likely that a flurry of petitions will be submitted Thursday, as candidates either procrastinating or holding their cards close to the vest or both deluge the Secretary of State’s Office at the last minute.
A well-heeled couple from California visit Vermont and “just fall in love” with the state, buy an abandoned country store in Woodstock, and then demand major local zoning changes. What could go wrong?
The 2016 campaign manager who critics say threw Hillary Clinton under the bus in testimony Friday was born and raised in Vermont.
The good news is that state courts this year have reversed some egregious gerrymanders.
Persistence paid off for a pair of pro-2A Vermont lawmakers this year, the NRA reports.
UVM Medical Center has joined the Race to Zero, the United Nations-backed global climate action campaign.
A Springfield man living on Vermont’s most dangerous street plraded innocent in federal court last week for possession of a deadly pipe bomb.
An Arlington man charged with bigamy and a threat to a Northeast Kingdom school are among weekend crime reports.
Schools can prohibit foul language, but any child can see that this language is simply not foul.
There have been 94 violent gun incidents in Vermont thus far in 2022, and state leaders say many are connected with the growing fentanyl crisis.