The Vermont House of Representatives today honored Tuskegee Airman Lt. Col. Woody Woodhouse.
Guy Page is the editor and publisher of the Vermont Daily Chronicle.
It’s not about systemic racism, Sen. Joe Benning told fellow senators during discussion of a bill to allow the public to sue police officers.
Water Cooler: what if PCBs are found in Vermont schools? / Miro on suing cops / Burlington man gets Super Bowl ad spot
The State of Vermont will look for PCBs in its schools. What happens if they find them? And, Burlington Mayor Miro Weinberger weighs in on a controversial issue: should the public be allowed to sue police?
Vermonters supporting Canadian and American truckers will hold a flag and sign wave this afternoon in Stowe 3-5 pm. Tomorrow morning, Barre flag raiser Brian Judd will debut a new radio show on Facebook.
The Legislature has a choice: help military retirees, debt-loaded college grads, and the poor – or give a tax break to people earning $203,000.
30 grams is a lot of coke. But the Vermont House Judiciary Committee wants to treat it as a ‘personal use’ misdemeanor. Not so fast, law enforcement officials say.
His intelligence and curiosity was unmatched, even though he never finished middle school. He was famous for his greenhouse full of richly colored roses, yet he was color blind.
Driving small fuel dealers out of business with no immediate replacements could have deadly consequences.
Prop 5 is sweeping and vague – fodder for interest groups to get the courts to do whatever they want, bypassing the good of parents, children, and taxpayers.
The worker shortage and the economy won’t get better until we get serious about building new housing, Phil Scott said.