Five years ago, the man busted for fentanyl dealing in Barre this week was connected to a conspiracy to sell heroin in Northern New England.
Moose crossing I-91 results in two accidents, again
For the second straight year, one moose crossing I-91 in the Northeast Kingdom has led to two accidents.
Kiwi and Hillary call for state censorship
The Prime Minister of New Zealand has joined Hillary Clinton in calling for a global censorship system.
Edmunds: Distraction & the Invisible Agenda
A Vermonter asks: what does Article 22 mean by ‘a compelling state interest’? And what do the framers of the proposed constitutional amendment mean by ‘privilege’?
Dame: GOP has plan for strong economy, public safety, individual freedom, and government accountability
Being a Vermont Republican, I always have to step back and evaluate whether the Republicans in Washington really represent us here in Vermont, but on this issue I think they drafted a plan that any Vermont Republicans could stand on.
Fed police now hands-on with Vermont gun crime, hate crime, citizen reporting
Three separate arms of the United States government are taking an active role in local law enforcement.
Water Cooler: State gives away $3000 to crush your clunker and buy EV
VTDigger publishes the long-and-growing list of subsidies, tax breaks and giveaways for Vermonters to drive electric. This headline and others in today’s media.
Homicide remains unsolved after 34 years
A homicide remains unsolved 34 years after a man’s body was found in the overgrowth of a Waterbury state park.
Madden: No-show Becca lacks promised campaign courage
Suddenly Becca Balint’s a no-show at Congressional debates.
Diversity & Equity controversy comes to Barre City Council tomorrow night
Barre – a city built by Roman Catholic immigrants – has become a focal point of possible public service exclusion of a town official for his Roman Catholic views on abortion.