Avian flu is spreading among Vermont’s wild fowl population, Fish & Wildlife reports.
Moose the animal-attacking dog won’t be euthanized but instead is in the supervised custody of a dog-lover in Highgate.
Covid, too many Zoom hearings, the desire to retire, looming fiscal challenges, and just feeling like ‘it’s time’ are among the reasons why lawmakers are leaving in record numbers this year.
California’s governor, Gavin Newsom, via executive order is dictating what Vermont vehicle consumers can and cannot buy, if we go along, but we don’t have to.
The bill claims that leaving forests unmanaged would benefit wildlife habitat and slow climate change – but forest science shows the opposite is true.
A federally-funded grant will move Vermont closer to universal afterschool and summer programs.
The seventh theft of a catalytic converter was unlucky for an alleged Newport thief.
On May 11 the short life of the Clean Heat Standard (CHS), promising “clean heat for a cooler planet,” came to sudden but probably not final end.
“Vermonters expect Democrats and Republicans to work together to make life better for everyone,” former Governor Jim Douglas said yesterday, explaining his decision to support Christina Nolan for U.S. Senator.
Fake news reporter Johnny Bananas says the story of the demise of formulating babies is greatly exaggerated.