Trying to clear the highway, a Vergennes man sustained life-threatening injuries.
Guy Page is the editor and publisher of the Vermont Daily Chronicle.
You are very welcome to visit Canaan – but not to loiter on public property.
When a former Burlington city councilor seized the mic from a Burlington resident making a public comment, the media yawned.
Vermont’s biggest solid waste handler lacked proper permitting to build its post-flood berm in Montpelier.
122 years ago today, a telephone rang in Isle LaMotte. Little did he know that Theodore Roosevelt was about to step into his role as the Father of the American Century.
State employee union joins AFL-CIO/ Feds declare 2nd farm emergency / UVM research $$ surges/ No LNG by rail / Mobile home water $$ unleashed
Vermont’s state employee union hopes to increase its legislative influence by joining the nation’s largest labor organization. Critics of mandated workplace diversity ‘education’ are watching.
Three hours a day riding a school bus is the price some students pay for the school district’s failure to hire enough drivers.
This week, look for Michael Bielawski’s investigation into media coverage – and lack of it – into a former Burlington City Councilor silencing a citizen by seizing his microphone at a government meeting.
Vermont was one of many American states to adopt eugenics as the basis for public policies such as family separation, institutionalization, and sterilization that targeted the most vulnerable Vermonters.
The Subaru, driven by a 16-year-old, veered into the breakdown lane and struck the 89-year-old man.