The free food program will end this week. A Stowe cop is accused of sex assault. And hospital officials worry about looming staffing shortages due to Covid-19 vax deadlines. These headlines and more from VT media today.
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President Biden wants the IRS to audit every bank transaction of $600 or more.
Vermont and national Republicans are suing Montpelier and Winooski for letting non-citizens vote in municipal elections.
The country will be deeply damaged if there is enough evidence of fraud that the result of the coming presidential election is legitimately in doubt.
When climate feds called this July “the hottest July on record,” the Associated Press duly trumpeted the claim. Oops. They missed 1935 (and several other years).
The Border Patrol caught one potential Covid-carrying fish in Derby Line. Too bad about the 12,000 who got away in Del Rio.
A huge, new gob of data will help researchers using the UVM supercomputer study climate change and “the spread of online misinformation,” UVM said Sept. 27.
Burlington’s mayor and the City Council want voters to approve $60 million in new borrowing to fix the streets, rehab Memorial Auditorium, and save the climate.
Many thanks to cartoonist Nitzakhon and Granite Grok (New Hampshire’s conservative news and commentary website) for allowing republication of this cartoon. Submissions from Vermonters are welcome.
A former governor and major Middlebury College donor will have his name stricken from the school chapel, due to his strong advocacy for Vermont eugenics legislation in 1914. Better late than never!