State and local Bennington leaders will gather for a first-of-a-kind public safety and health summit Monday, March 20.
Paid time off to vote for Town Meeting, other elections
Pros and cons of giving everyone two hours of paid time off on Town Meeting Day and primary and general elections.
Three new mayors elected
Two longtime elected Rutland City officials were shown the door by voters yesterday.
Winooski set for all-LGBTQ+ City Council
After City Meeting elections next week, the Onion City will have Vermont’s first-ever all LGBTQ+ city council.
Power outage releases half-million gallons from St. Albans wastewater plant
A split power line led to the release of partially-treated wastewater.
Vacant equity job to remain unfilled in Vermont’s most diverse city
Winooski officials say they need more antiracism and diversity training before putting someone new in the position.
Last Page: Prosecutor, side judge retires after four decades
Lamoille County side judge Joel Page hung up his robe February 1,marking 41 years of working day in and day out at the county courthouse in Hyde Park village.
Rural towns optimistic but cautious about Phil Scott’s $3M plan
It’s an audacious idea – give very small towns with limited staff and no Town Planner the money they need to go after the big federal bucks themselves. But will they get it, and will it work?
Despite school tax transparency concerns, Scott signs Town Meeting bill into law
The traditional Vermont Town Meeting may be falling victim to legislative Long Covid.
ACLU suit highlights another case of government exclusion of citizens
State and local government have excluded citizen participation in public spaces based on race, ideology and other reasons.