A hemorrhagic disease is killing deer on Vermont’s borders – and may be here already.
A state agency disbursing federal pandemic relief aid to Vermont businesses may have paid out $4.4 million more than merited. And that money may need to be paid back.
Water Cooler: Some businesses got too much pandemic relief / why are grocery, fuel prices rising? / Burlington may restrict short-term rentals
Vermont’s auditor says some businesses got more pandemic relief $$ than they were entitled to.
Bestselling author Amity Shlaes will be the keynote speaker at the Ethan Allen Institute Jefferson Day Dinner Oct. 2 at the President Calvin Coolidge Historic Site in Plymouth.
Harwood Union High School has been stricken by ‘Devious Licks,’ a viral vandalism challenging sweeping the nation’s high schools.
No, Gov. Scott, ‘lack of time’ isn’t why tens of thousands of Vermonters haven’t gotten the jab. It’s more likely their informed instinct for self-preservation.
Apologize for eugenics, push for abortion. Will our Legislature never learn?
As state and national government grow faster and faster, a Cambridge native and selectboard member praises the virtues of Slow Government.
The VT AFL-CIO voted Sunday to oppose gun control laws and carbon taxation. But don’t think they’ve gone all reactionary.
Water Cooler: celebrating Coolidge / Messner to retire / Keep Fletcher Library Free! / State colleges mull name change
Vermont media today report: noted Calvin Coolidge historian to speak; Fletcher library resists BHS merger; /vt state colleges ponder ‘university’ name