Skin cancer is the most prevalent cancer in Vermont, and the state has the second-highest per-capita rate of new melanoma cases in the nation, according to the National Cancer Institute.
My questions for George Will
Having spent more than a half-century writing and speaking on current affairs, the longtime Washington Post and syndicated columnist has heard and answered every question ever asked a pundit by his lesser-known brethren.
Scott vetoes legislative pay hike: “it doesn’t seem fair”
“This year, the General Assembly passed several pieces of legislation that will significantly increase costs for Vermonters through new and higher taxes, fees, and penalties. In my opinion, it does not seem fair for legislators to insulate themselves from the very costs they are imposing on their constituents by doubling their own future pay,” Scott said.
Police qualified immunity safe for another year
The Vermont Legislature passed plenty of public safety-related bills this year. But removing police officers’ legal immunity was not among them.
Mayor Miro: Burlington has more homes and solar arrays than when I took office
Burlington has more solar power than any city east of the Mississippi, Mayor Miro Weinberger listed as one of his tenure’s accomplishments.
Warner: Act Like Men, Part II
Despite their numerous denominational, doctrinal and stylistic differences, one thing churches in the Upper Valley seem to agree on is avoiding politics in the pulpit. Why is that?
Bobolinks, turtles need your help
Many turtles killed on Vermont roads are nesting females.
VT Headlines: Bringing cell towers to VT towns
Suspect wanted for gun incident arrested; Ben & Jerry’s scoopers vote to form union; Essex man facing court after DUI crash that injured 6 people; Killington opens for bonus day of skiing
Two Vermont towns have more EV charging stations than some states
A small college town and a central Vermont city boast more EV charging stations than either North Dakota or Wyoming.
McClaughry: Burlington’s homeless problem
The one clear fact is that Vermont cannot forever spend millions of dollars a month supporting a homeless population, that doesn’t care to do anything in return.