60-year-old Russell Giroux was driving home from the fight at the Alburgh Community Center when he stopped his car and called first responders, police say.
Congress seems unwilling to impose term limits on itself. So a growing number of Vermonters are joining with citizens across America to call a Convention of States.
In today’s VT news headlines – A newly elected sheriff, a newly appointed state’s attorney, and another state’s attorney all face public criticism from other members of the criminal justice system.
Since the state currently cannot stop the smuggling of fentanyl, it is unlikely it can stop fuel.
At age 100, Daisy Turner of Grafton – daughter of freed slaves, gifted raconteuse – told her family stories to folklorist Jane Beck.
NBC 5 reports that state officials are striking back against Vermont’s growing mental health crisis.
A bill co-sponsored by two Vermont Senate chairs would make lawmakers eligible for the state employee health benefit plan ‘at no cost.’
A large fight between spectators of an Alburgh-St. Albans boys middle school game led to the death of one participant.
State law already provides health insurance for illegal immigrant children. A bill in the Senate would extend Medicaid coverage to all regardless of age and immigration status.
“Of much greater concern is that any neighborhood in the City feels that they need to pay out of pocket for basic public safety services,” Weinberger said.