If the provision passes, legal non-citizens would be able to vote in municipal elections.
Sibilia and her colleagues opted to go with their own complicated plan to install cable to “the last mile” of every dirt road in the state.
Senate gives preliminary approval to flavored tobacco ban in Vt.; WHO experts revise COVID-19 vaccine advice, say healthy kids and teens low risk.
At least eight freight trains have crashed across the country since the beginning of February.
Brattleboro man dies of exposure to cold in home; Burlington approves recommendations for police department; zoning changes in Burlington
When have we ever witnessed an awards celebration for electric line workers?
Let’s think rationally about this situation.
Your future financial wellbeing may not be as bright as you might have hoped for.
Roper: Rep. scolds equity official for showing how S.5 will “force/pressure” low-income Vermonters into spending money they don’t have.
Green’s point remains undeniable that low-income Vermonters cannot afford the upfront costs of taking even the most rudimentary clean heat measures.
Items on the agendas for Vermont Legislature Committees this week.