Author, radio host and theologian Dennis Prager will lead a lineup of renowned social scientists, faith leaders and physicans speaking at the Restoring Our Faith Summit October 25 in South Burlington.
Minister runs for House as Democrat
“We are living in a time when we often tell our neighbors to go out and live the Dream, but what are we doing to help them do that?,” Democratic House candidate and minister Devon Thomas asks.
Bear dies in I-89 collision / Arrest in fed office burglary
Another freeway vehicular collision with a large animal.
Study: Covid MRNA vax found in breast milk
The Covid-19 MRNA vaccine was found in the breast milk of about half of the participants in a New York hospital study.
Water Cooler: Act 250 nixes tiny home project / Free fentanyl test strips / Abortion pill use up
Use of the abortion pill increased in Vermont in 2020. This headline and others from today’s Vermont news media.
State college instate tuition will drop to $9,999
Starting in 2023, Vermont State College tuition will cost less than $10,000.
FBI raid on pro-lifer’s home stems from charge already dismissed by court
A case dismissed by the courts provided the legal basis for the early morning raid by a large squad of FBI agents on the home of a pro-life activist.
Starting Saturday, state ends 100% coverage of electric bills due to pandemic
With pandemic money from the feds, the State of Vermont has been paying 100% of electric bills for qualified renters. That deal ends Saturday.
Vermont has second-highest white/minority voting gap in nation
All but one of the states with universal mailed ballots are below the U.S. average in the disparity between white and black voting rates. Vermont is the second-worst in the nation.
In hurry to get to court, motorcyclist leads police on chase
Raul Garcia was already late for his scheduled court appearance Monday morning when he twice eluded police on his motorcycle. Police nabbed him at the court house.