Political indoctrination is masquerading as school curricula. It is manipulative and shameful.
Newport mayor resigns after 75 days, citing hostility
The unhappy 75-day tenure of Newport’s mayor came to an end Monday night.
To help grads remember, UVM commencement speaker spells out V-E-R-M-O-N-T
The director of the U.S. National Science Foundation used an acrostic to help his fellow UVM grads remember his commencement speech.
Corrections disbands inmate work crews, prison industries
Department officials attribute the decline in work crew sentences to the success of criminal justice reforms, including Justice Reinvestment I and II initiatives.
Roper: Unrepresentative, under-qualified legislature gives itself a massive pay raise
The Vermont House and Senate often disagree on what priorities should be or the best way to pay for a program, but on this point they heartily agree: they themselves deserve a lot more money.
Bear sighting in suburban Shelburne – police issue advice
Bear sightings are increasingly common in Vermont. Now they’re even visiting a suburban Shelburne neighborhood.
Mermel: A Loss for the American Church
Dr. Stanley was the founder of In Touch Ministries, the author of over 70 New York Times best-selling books, and the senior pastor of First Baptist Church in Atlanta for 49 years.
Klar: Beat-up pick-ups save the planet more than EVs
The case for frugal use of old cars and trucks.
Vermont doctor to join vax mandate roundtable at Dartmouth
Dr. Horace “Sandy” Reider will join Great Barrington Declaration co-author Martin Kulldorf at Dartmouth College Wednesday, April 26.
VT Headlines: Fraudsters target VT town bank acct.
Springfield prison super faces allegations of misconduct; Vt. delegation pushes to protect abortion pill access; VT students have been restrained or secluded at least 125 times this school year