Publisher Guy Page and his wife were heading off to the hospital to visit a sick friend on Christmas Eve when we received a wonderful Christmas present in the form of a reader testimonial and contribution. Thank you, Steve Waldo!
Twitter censorship probe heats up
Jim Jordan, the hard-charging incoming chair of the House Judiciary Committee, wants the FBI to hand over all communications with Twitter.
60,444 outages as of 2:30 pm; warming shelter locations announced
Vermont emergency officials have announced hours and locations of storm shelters and warming shelters statewide.
61,476 without power as of 12:38 pm
Franklin and Addison Counties show the highest percentage of utility customers without power as of 12:38 PM today.
Walch: Legislature should “make a plan” that makes us less reliant on electricity
Facing power outages, Vermonters are told to ‘make a plan’ to deal with living in the cold and the dark. So, why doesn’t the Legislature approve more energy diversity, rather than less?
Donahue: Reflections on Article 22 vote
Colonialism and the massacre of indigenous people was not recognized as wrong, because conquerors had the right to claim new lands and new property rights and to kill for that purpose.
Second-degree attempted murder in Berlin
Police say a domestic incident at a Berlin motel resulted in the arrest of a 41-year-old man on charges of attempted second degree murder.
Mask mandate foe letter, three years of related media, published by Vermont Independent
A Vermont video news website has published a single link with three years of reporting on vaccine and mask freedom.
Casella required to develop system to reduce amount of PFAS at Coventry landfill
The discharge permit requires Casella Waste to develop a pilot system to reduce the amount of PFAS in the leachate.
Former St. A. cop sentenced to 3-6 months for striking handcuffed woman
A St. Albans cop fired after striking a handcuffed woman in a jail cell was sentenced yesterday to serve 3-6 months in prison.