We will not stop opposing this pipeline in every manner possible out of respect for the safety of our communities, and the welfare of future generations.
Fatal shootings of the mentally ill, the poor and the disenfranchised by law enforcement officers sometimes has the feel of a scene from a movie and leaves a bad feeling in the gut.
Fears raised by opponents of the Vermont Patient Choice and Control at End of Life law are groundless.
Battles over taxes never end. Here’s a quick survey of some likely tax battles of 2017.
With all this town has gone through, there is a power in Vernon, a capacity to lead, a dedication to building the strongest possible community and economic development future.
We must work together to raise awareness and promote ways to reduce absenteeism in schools.
Giving the event a Vermont twist, a photo with the candidate on a snowmobile could cost $500 and $750 if Mrs. Clinton would sit on the tailgate of a pickup truck.
When politicians don’t want us to peer behind that curtain and ask the tough questions, they try to shift topic or raise some fear-mongering alternative to distract us.
“Hearing the stories of others breaks down the fears that underlie prejudice, and opens us up to the perspectives of others.”
Depression-era Burlington was the subject of “We Americans: A Study of Cleavage in an American City” by Elin L. Anderson.
The disadvantages Montpelier has placed on Vermont retail businesses, especially through sales tax policy, has been devastating. Do we really want to do the same thing to our service sector?
The Flynn Center for the Performing Arts continues to foster enjoyment, understanding and development of the performing arts in Vermont through diverse and engaging artistic experiences.
Vermont’s Democratic Party platform welcomes refugees, asylum seekers and other immigrants.
Since 1986, the Vermont Duck Stamp program has raised $4.5 million and helped conserve roughly 12,000 acres of wetlands and surrounding habitat in the state on 93 separate projects.