The Vermont Attorney General’s Office has reached a settlement with an operator of four Rutland nursing homes.
Vermont gun sales down
Gun sales are down this year in Vermont, although not as steeply as the rest of the country.
Evslin: Regulatory Reform Urgently Needed for Renewable Energy
Unless there’s regulatory reform, almost no offshore wind is going to get built anytime in the near future.
Vermont Ag Hall of Fame announces 2022 inductees
Farmers young and old have been named to the Vermont Agriculture Hall of Fame. They’re being celebrated today at the Champlain Valley Fair.
GOP House candidate threatened
The Republican candidate for a key Vermont House district fears for her safety and the safety of others following a confrontation at the local transfer station.
Campaign `’22: Former Eagle Scout prepared to seek Montpelier House seat
A businessman, former Eagle Scout, and Cuban-American has become the fifth candidate for Montpelier’s two House seats.
Dennis Prager to speak at Vermont faith summit Tuesday
Radio show host, conservative thought leader, and theologian Dennis Prager will speak in South Burlington October 25 at the “Restoring Our Faith” summit.
Project Veritas catches CT school administrator bragging about discriminatory hiring
A public school adminisrator in a New England state admits his school discriminates against hiring conservative Catholics.
Island Pond man arrested for domestic terrorism after placing lit firebomb near cars, propane tank
An Island Pond man placed a lit firebomb near neighbors’ cars and propane tank, and then pelted state troopers with fireworks shells Monday night. He’s being held on several charges, including domestic terrorism.
Orleans prosecutor named Superior Court judge
The Orleans County State’s Attorney has been named to the Vermont bench.