As school principals crack down on sexist and racist comments at high school games, a black Winooski soccer player is looking at possible assault charges for head-butting an Enosburg player. It’s all in today’s Water Cooler.
Guy Page is the principal of Page Communications, and the editor and publisher of Vermont Daily Chronicle, the Chronicle of the Vermont State House, and Vermont Water Cooler
Emily Ferlazzo died when her husband Joseph shot her twice in the head with a handgun Saturday in their converted bus/camper, police say.
Her language may be salty but Claudia Stauber of ‘Cabin Talk’ in September 2019 accurately predicted the coming pandemic and vaccine mandates.
The side-view mirror that broke off when a pickup truck killed Mendon pedestrian Henry Miles was traced back to its owner, Dylan Gunnip of Rutland, police say.
A Fairfax man is dead after his Volvo struck a tractor-trailer head-on in Sheldon.
A woman’s lost sense of dignity is not restored when she is lying on her back with her feet in stirrups having the contents of her uterus sucked out.
The Scott administration is targeting federal ARPA money to help towns and cities eliminate the need to dump combined stormwater/wastewater into lakes and streams.
The Scott administration’s decision to extend homeless hotel funding through Dec. 31 isn’t good enough for some advocates.
We can never become a force that weighs its obedience against our own political ideologies. “Embrace the suck” or get out.
Slightly less than half of Vermont’s October’s Covid-19 fatalities were fully vaccinated.