Zero-interest lending to BIPOC groups, with sensitivity to Sharia law, is a key feature in a new Champlain Housing Trust initiative.
Someone threw a box at a Burlington fire truck windshield as it hurried to an emergency scene last week, the local firefighters’ union reports.
A Google engineer told the Washington Post an artificial intelligence he has talked with is advocating for its rights as a person, and has discussed religion, consciousness, and robotics.
A Colchester man involved in a shooting outside a Burlington bar has been sentenced for dealing cocaine and trading cocaine for a semi-automatic pistol.
Even if you drive a Tesla and aren’t feeling the pain at your own pump, you can be sure that those costs are still making its way to you through every Amazon delivery truck that still runs in diesel.
Today, Vermont is home to a stable bear population estimated at 4,600 to 5,780, almost four times the state’s estimated population of 1,200 to 1,500 bears in 1975.
Headlines from Vermont media include: a new suicide hotline number, Burlington’s growing graffiti problem, and this weekend’s gun control march at State House.
All Vermont vote tabulating machines are being replaced with new Dominion machines that scan and create an image of each ballot.
TJ Donovan has gone to work for a Big Tech giant whose stock is in the dumpster.
A Winooski man arrested repeatedly for car theft – and then failing to appear in court – was jailed last week after police say he stole a car off of a Burlington dealership parking lot.