As already adopted in three of Vermont’s cities, a small rural town is considering allowing non-citizens to vote.
Guy Page is the editor and publisher of the Vermont Daily Chronicle.
Two schools are within the one-mile evacuation zone.
Marxist rhetoric was a common theme: “It’s absolutely the capitalist ruling class that is behind all of this, we have to wrench power from the capitalist ruling class back to the workers where it belongs.”
On a book opposing gender transition, the Essex -Westford School Board seems to be practicing some subjective censorship of its own.
Repealing legal penalties for selling up to 149 milligrams of crack cocaine – almost twice the lethal amount of a single dose – is part of a drug abuse ‘harm reduction’ bill cited as a high priority at Saturday’s pre-session caucus of Democratic legislators.
For the 15th year in a row, a Marine veteran familiar to Chronicle readers and his wife have provided the Christmas tree for the Vermont Veterans Home in Bennington.
Told he couldn’t drink in the house, a man convicted of criminal threatening shot his Hardwick landlord to death November 8.
Here’s your cup of coffee, sir.
The alleged Burlington shooter of three Palestinian college students has a lengthy police history of domestic problems and allegations of mental illness, according to a November 30 press report.
Two days ago, Vermont Daily Chronicle readers set a record for the most visits in a single year.