A worker shortage means fuel truck drivers will need to work longer hours.
Guy Page is the editor and publisher of the Vermont Daily Chronicle.
Congress Candidate Ram pushes ‘environmental justice’ bill at noon today.
Vermont officials are ready to spend big on creating new housing. Problem: a house that once cost $300K now costs about $400K, thanks to labor, supplies, land, etc.
Almost a third of Vermont’s ICU beds are empty today.
Omicron is too quick for contact tracing and PCR tests. So the Agency of Ed is moving to at-home antigen testing instead. But will there be enough tests?
Meg Hansen discusses with Bill Sayre how Covid-19 should be treated early.
Watercooler National: Canadian provinces could make vaccination mandatory/ Judge gives FDA 8 months to produce Pfizer data
Canadian provinces are likely to introduce mandatory vaccination policies in the coming months.
Secretary of State Condos says voter integrity measures are meant to reduce the vote. Rather, they are prudent and fair efforts to ensure free and fair elections.
Merrill Lynch will pay $4 million to settle claims brought on behalf of the receivership estate for Jay Peak, and $500,000 in lieu of penalty.
When Bernie Sanders says the rich don’t pay their fair share, you’ve got to wonder if he’s actually looked at the data.