Burlington police are investigating an attempted abduction of a child walking home from school.
Should the Legislature make it harder to evict tenants? Or put another way – give tenants more legal protections?
VTDigger publishes the long-and-growing list of subsidies, tax breaks and giveaways for Vermonters to drive electric. This headline and others in today’s media.
Water Cooler: NAACP educating on qualified immunity / City council acts on policing / keeping local journalism alive
This week the VT NAACP is holding seminars on qualified immunity for law enforcement, judges, lawmakers, and community members.
Dem VT journalist Graff sees parallel with Watergate, Jan. 6 – this headline and others from today’s Vermont news media.
Everyone is looking – the Burlington School Board, for money to build a new high school; summer and child care employers, for workers; and ferry customers, for a ride across the Lake.
Addison County law enforcement is considering the idea of hiring ‘undocumented migrants.’
VT Water Cooler: Brattleboro next home of juvy hall? / Don’t look now, Covid increasing / 2021 opioid deaths top 200 for first time ever / Challenge to Sarah George?
Sarah George, the state’s attorney law and order conservatives love to hate, may face a challenge in Chittenden County elections this year.
Water Cooler: Molly Gray’s second-hand fundraising / Toney Woodstock nixes cannabis / mRNA lab in Colchester
They’re harvesting mRNA in Colchester.
Water Cooler: Attack sub Vermont crew tours state / another Congress candidate / Spelling bee winner
Crew members of the latest USS Vermont naval vessel – an attack sub – toured Vermont and the State House today.