The State of Vermont will hold public hearings on big game management later this month.
Power outage releases half-million gallons from St. Albans wastewater plant
A split power line led to the release of partially-treated wastewater.
Metz: CPCs preserve choice for all
It is mean-spirited and unnecessary to try to silence PRCs and open them up to investigations by abortion ideologues.
Transgender shield bill goes to Senate vote this week
Despite the radical reassessment of ‘transitioning’ taking place in Europe, a Vermont law would shield service providers from legal consequences and require Vermonters to pay for ‘gender-affirming services’ via Medicaid and other health insurers.
Watch Senate Appropriations discuss S.5 at 1:30 pm today
Lively online discussion between pro-S.5 senators and Vermonters who oppose the ‘Affordable Heating Act.’
Gun control bill, citing suicide concerns, goes to House Judiciary
A bill requiring gun lockup is unconstitutional and education on the firearms/suicide nexus is more effective than regulation, Second Amendment rights advocates told a House committee last week – to no avail.
16-17 marriage ban, universal meals, license suspension for non-payment go to House floor
Love and marriage won’t go together like a horse and carriage for Vermont teenagers. But at the school meals will be free (for them) and DMV won’t suspend anyone’s driver’s license for not paying a speeding ticket.
Vacant equity job to remain unfilled in Vermont’s most diverse city
Winooski officials say they need more antiracism and diversity training before putting someone new in the position.
WCAX: Mom, bystanders free 2-year-old from kidnapper on bus
A woman later evaluated for mental problems grabbed a two-year-old from a mom on a GMT bus, police say. Bystanders helped the mother recover the child.
Keelan: Bernie, let’s bring an end to polarization
Today in Vermont, polarization, lack of civility, and disagreement are as present as maple trees.