Voyeuristic videos taken in a bathroom at Merrill’s home depicted nude girls, police say.
Over the next three years, refugees from Afghanistan and other nations will be arriving in Rutland.
Weak drug laws and strong demand make Vermont a destination state for drug-traffickers, Gov. Phil Scott stated in his veto letter of a hard drug decrim bill.
Jim Sexton: “More people who self-identify as Republican, then vote for and support the left/far left agenda has nothing to do with more Republicans in the Statehouse.”
“Voting for a carbon tax in order to purposefully drive up Vermonters’ home heating bills in a state as cold as ours is reprehensible,” Redic said in a campaign statement. “To do this at a time of already record high prices and rampant inflation is beyond irresponsible.”
The U.S. government has ordered millions of doses of a vaccine that protects against monkeypox. The news follows the first confirmed case in the states — a man in Massachusetts — following an outbreak in the U.K.
The Chester town librarian has resigned over pushback from the library board about her plans to hold a Drag Queen Story Hour on June 4, the Chester Telegraph reports.
453 Pine Street, Burlington is next to the Pine Street Canal Superfund Site, the location of a coal gasification plant that closed in 1966.
Avian flu is spreading among Vermont’s wild fowl population, Fish & Wildlife reports.
Moose the animal-attacking dog won’t be euthanized but instead is in the supervised custody of a dog-lover in Highgate.