656 Vermont state employees earn $100K or more – up 13% from June, 2019, according to data.vermont.gov.
Charles Lindbergh (1902-1974), and author Anne Morrow Lindbergh (1906-2001), has ended her long-serving role as a trustee of the Vermont Arts Council.
Popular podcaster Will Johnson will join China expert Gordon Chang and radio host/biographer Eric Metaxas in Vermont September 10-11 to educate Vermonters about the threat posed by the Chinese Communist Party (CCP).
Vermont’s two southernmost counties are among the 10 least religious counties in the U.S..
Water Cooler: Stabbings at Burlington homeless camp / Former priest accused of child sex abuse / Passport desperation / School principal sentenced in sex case / Hallquist outlines broadband plans
Vermonters desperate for passports are converging on the federal building in St. Albans. A former priest is accused of child sex abuse and a school principal is sentenced for a sex offense. Gov. Scott’s one-time challenger outlines her plans for Vermont broadband. These headlines and more from Vermont media.
Members of the Vermont Climate Council agreed (not so regretfully) that paying for carbon emission programs will require a carbon tax.
Both Sen. Patrick Leahy and Secretary of State Jim Condos say voters should trust Congress to make the rules for state elections. Sen. Ted Cruz says the For The People Act proves just the opposite.
Water Cooler: porn guilty pleas/ Starbucks, housing in Berlin/ free courses at UVM / Delta variant in VT
Today’s hot media headlines from around the state.
A meeting in tiny Orleans last Friday resulted in the best-read Vermont Daily news story this year – and maybe ever.
When not leading his various businesses or engaging in philanthropic work, Tom Breuer enjoyed getting back to his Iowa dirt-farmer roots on his “hundred-acre wood” in the mountains of Stowe.