A skilled psychiatrist teaches providers and the families they help how to cope with a loved one trapped in substance abuse.
Gay rights group to protest assault on cop at Sept. 18 Pride Parade
Trans activists initiated violence against a gay retired police officer, and the LGB Alliance wants a public apology.
Hospitals keep mask mandate, despite CDC guidance / Teacher of the Year / more $$$ needed for new Burlington high school / juvy jail shortage
It costs a lot of $$ to build a new high school, Burlingtonians are finding out. That headline and others from today’s VT news media.
Strong: 5 Key Issues with Prop 5/Article 22
Article 22 would prohibit any prohibition of late term abortion. And what’s with the new Constitutional right for Reproductive Autonomy for men?
No prosecution for cops who shot Matthew Davis
Three police officers “reasonably believed they were in imminent danger of being killed or suffering great bodily harm” in the attempted apprehension of a murder suspect in Brattleboro, authorities have ruled.
Retail pot sales legal tomorrow
Adults age 21 and over will be able to purchase up to 1 ounce of marijuana or 8,400 milligrams of THC-infused products.
Suicide in VT at 25-year high
Suicide is the ninth leading cause of death in Vermont, and the second leading cause of death among people in Vermont ages 15 to 34.
Devil’s Den pot shop hopes to open in Bradford
Now that Bradford has approved retail cannabis sales, a couple hopes to open the store next to a martial arts studio. Selling marijuana “can only bring prosperity,” Kendall Gendron confidently states.
VT National Guard gets good marks for sex assault prevention
The Vermont National Guard has revised sex assault prevention policies, updated leader training, and sustained the necessary number of sex assault prevention personnel, a national assessment found.
Alburgh Dunes state park gets bigger
A beautiful but little-known state park in the northwestern corner of Vermont just got 164 acres bigger.