A Manchester man is scheduled to appear in court today on charges he placed a GPS on the vehicle of a woman he was stalking.
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
Coming to Vermont August 5-7 is K. Carl Smith, retired U.S. Army officer and nationally recognized author, speaker and the creator of the Frederick Douglass Republican Engagement Strategy.
In East Warren, there were trailers, modest homes next to mansions, with no issues. Now we only have mansions.
Theoretically, many homeless people could use the $2500 from the State to acquire more permanent housing. There’s only one problem: there is no housing available.
Water Cooler: Air quality advisory for northern VT, Climate Council makes recommendations, free tuition a big hit, Brattleboro names VT’s first black woman police chief
Hot headlines from VT media.
Gov. Phil Scott stands behind the need for equity and diversity training of state employees, but said he is unaware of any plans to implement an ‘equity audit’ on state employees.
An EPA Superfund mine cleanup 22 years in the making is nearing completion.
It’s time for Vermonters to heed Alexandr Solzhenitsyn and “live not by lies.”
Disciple of physicist Richard Feynman says scientific honesty requires an open mind on the lasting effects of climate change.
Water Cooler: Police seek violent attacker; selectboards saying the Pledge (no)?; impossibly tight VT rental market; Burlington property taxes rise steeply; another VT mask mandate?
Have you seen the man police say viciously assaulted someone in South Burlington? Could Vermont have another mask mandate?