The red lines on the map show where drivers found no cell service at all. Very few of them are in populous Chittenden County.
YouTube cancels Burlington panel of pandemic experts
“The cancel culture is real! YouTube has cancelled us!” Restoring Our Faith leaders said today.
Google pays $4 million for misleading Vermonters about location tracking
One byte of information Google would prefer you don’t know: they’re tracking the locations of Vermont’s Android phone users.
Revisiting The Twilight Zone
A WWII paratrooper changed how America experienced television.
Trans advocates make news coverage demands
Let this be a lesson to you all, a trans advocacy group warns.
WCAX pulls Randolph locker room story, will ‘publicly acknowledge the damage done’
Mainstream news coverage of the locker room conflict since the now-deleted WCAX report has essentially ‘flipped the script’ or ignored the story.
Media Bias: news coverage of Article 22 ignores critics
Last week two of Vermont’s largest news media ran lengthy, in-depth analyses of Article 22 – without interviewing any critics of the controversial constitutional amendment.
Digger parent org sues State of Vermont to disclose EB-5 info
With the ACLU’s help, the parent organization of a Vermont online newspaper is suing the State of Vermont for hiding info about the EB-5 scandal in the Northeast Kingdom.
Guest-hosting Vermont Viewpoint Tuesday
Tune in to WDEV 9-11 AM Tuesday for Vermont Viewpoint guest-host Guy Page and guests Kevin Ellis, Brad Broyles, Cindy Tabor and Maggie Kerrin.
Chronicle readers make August the Month of Madden
“Liam who?” on August 1 became well-known – if not universally admired – by the day after the August 9 primary.