Burlington, Essex charter changes and Abenaki property tax exemption among bills signed into law by Gov. Phil Scott this week.
The Homeless Pods are coming to Burlington – up to 30 climate-controlled shelters, on Elmwood Avenue.
Lack of an adequate policing, a gaping hole in the city, and vacating retailers have dulled the luster of Vermont’s Queen City.
The city’s first Director of Racial Equity, Inclusion, and Belonging has resigned. A friend says she sometimes didn’t feel welcome.
Burlington’s proposed mask mandate exempts churches. Brattleboro’s approved ordinance doesn’t.
First she cut off a car on Burlington traffic. When the annoyed driver honked, Grace Ross of Williston pointed a handgun at the car and its occupants.
The U.S. Secretary of Education will visit elementary school vaccination clinics in Burlington today.
Sex trafficking is inherently dangerous and cannot be made safe by either regulated legalization or decriminalization – as the evidence shows where both have been tried, Maggie Kerrin of NEASE told Burlington City Councilors October 25.
As Gov. Phil Scott faces pushback in Vermont and nationally for a vaccination program prioritizing BIPOC Vermonters, Burlington Mayor Miro Weinberger last night rejected the idea that “government should not bias any class or grouping of residents over others.”
The children are largely in charge now – including Max and his band of comrades – with their cancerous form of postmodern, deconstructive, illiberal and authoritarian Social Justice Theory.