A Vermont group opposed to Article 22 publishes a video by an abortion survivor and highlights an NPR story on a proposed clinic specializing in late-term abortions.
A voter from tiny Williamsville says he’s done voting for Peter Welch on autopilot.
Should the Legislature make it harder to evict tenants? Or put another way – give tenants more legal protections?
A Norman Rockwell art exhibit – including stories of the Vermonters who posed as his models – is on display in Arlington through December 20.
A longtime Vermont Attorney General and a controversial Rutland mayor and lawmaker are among the reappointees to the influential Vermont Criminal Justice Board.
Article 22 would prevent late-term abortion regulation, open door to gender assignment rights, former U.S. attorney says
A former U.S. Attorney claims unwelcome consequences if Article 22 is approved by voters on November 8.
5,500 bags of fentanyl for personal use? That’s what a man arrested on I-91 last week told police.
Some critics of Cambridge-Waterville House candidate Rebecca Pitre have a bad case of PDS.
A Stockbridge girl has been missing for two days.
The Allen family is pushing back.