Chittenden County State’s Attorney Sarah George is unhappy about statements made by Ted Kenney, a Williston lawyer running against her on a platform of “criminal justice reform and safe streets.”
President Biden and Congress have turned a blind eye to fast-emerging trust fund deficits.
“You asked about ballot harvesting, which is not a legal term. I’m guessing you’re asking whether VPIRG collected completed ballots from voters and submitted them for processing in the 2020 election. The answer to that question is no,” Executive Director Paul Burns said.
Jay Wilson fatally shot Dieter Seier during a family dispute involving Wilson and his mother that related to property and money, police say.
A Bennington man died after a two-car crash outside a hospital.
“Within a week after Gobeil was trespassed from Canaan, VT school property, for harrassing/intimidating students, other parents, and staff regarding mask recommendations, Gobeil communicated to people inside Solomon’s Store a threat to kill a lot of people at Canaan school, and he expressed concern about a potential ‘drag queen show,’” court records say.
Recent headlines from Vermont news media.
Keith Longmore is – or rather, was – a black member of the St. Albans advisory committee formed to help citizens “understand the experience of historically marginalized groups.”
Jay Wilson, the suspect in a fatal shooting Tuesday afternoon at 13 Slayton Terrace in the town of Woodstock, shot himself to death and was located late Tuesday night inside the house, state police say.
On Juneteenth, we should remember not only those freed by the Emancipation Proclamation, but those who fought and died to make it happen.