A sugarhouse near an historic site and a firearms shop expansion both faced unexpected, questionable opposition during the Act 250 review process, according to today’s Burlington Free Press.
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
Tuesday night’s record crowd at Centennial Field in Burlington shows that local baseball fans are noticing that the Vermont Lake Monsters are playing like, well, champs.
Instead of teaching that our great Country was founded on the desire to be free and choose one’s own destiny, Critical Race Theory teaches that America was founded on racism and oppression. This is not about promoting the American dream for all citizens, it’s about pitting people against each other in a never-ending power struggle.
William Shatner brought the bridge of the U.S.S. Enterprise with him to Ticonderoga, NY last week.
Wearing a disguised that included a surgical mask, an armed man robbed a Fair Haven gas station yesterday.
This July saw the best-read day, week, and month in the history of the Vermont Daily Chronicle. My heartfelt thanks to you.
Water Cooler: Covid up but restrictions unlikely; replacing Bible at VA; septic waste fertilizing stops; register women for draft?; winery won’t reopen; VT’s ‘Boston Tea Party’ celebrated
Will Bibles be taken from the NH VA? A farmer stops spreading septic waste on his fields. Covid cases up, but restrictions unlikely. These and more headlines from VT media.
A dairy farmer’s wife, a disgruntled skier, and a patriotic rugby player represent Vermont in the “2020” Tokyo Olympics.
For a state often called “the healthiest in the nation,” Vermont has some troubling health risk indicators.
When Marx was asked what his objective in life was, he said, “To dethrone God and destroy capitalism.”