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.
4 Letters: Welch didn’t stand up to Big Pharma when it counted / Control over procreation?
A voter from tiny Williamsville says he’s done voting for Peter Welch on autopilot.
Water Cooler: pushing to raise the bar on the right to evict
Should the Legislature make it harder to evict tenants? Or put another way – give tenants more legal protections?
Norman Rockwell Exhibit at the
Arlington Sugar Shack
A Norman Rockwell art exhibit – including stories of the Vermonters who posed as his models – is on display in Arlington through December 20.
Former AG Sorrell, former Rutland mayor Louras renamed to Criminal Justice Board
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,’ former Springfield MA resident tells cops who busted him
5,500 bags of fentanyl for personal use? That’s what a man arrested on I-91 last week told police.
Putnam: “Pitre Derangement Syndrome”
Some critics of Cambridge-Waterville House candidate Rebecca Pitre have a bad case of PDS.
Missing girl found
A Stockbridge girl has been missing for two days.
Randolph volleyball player, dad sue school for unfair retaliation
The Allen family is pushing back.