As a vendor at four farmers markets, I find myself one farmer amongst a tiny minority of the sellers. The rest of the vendors are purveyors of prepared foods made with 0 percent Vermont ingredients.
Why would Vermont’s elected officials even consider supporting an environmental pollutant that will cause property devaluation, and impose such health and safety risk as the F-35s?
Press efforts to rightfully obtain public records through FOIA requests are being met with delays and price tags designed to stonewall disclosure.
What fears me most these days is tiny critters that live in the tall grass and chill out on trees waiting to lethargically drop onto your shoulder and work their way under your skin.
“America” — the rebranded effluent of a beer produced by Budweiser — will be on the shelves until Election Day.
I agree that it is unlikely that Norm McAllister woke up one day at the age of 60+ and became a serial abuser.
As a white, middle-aged man, living in a predominantly white community, racism can be a ghosted shadow drifting invisibly by.
Some thoughts on what the Ethan Allen might see in Vermont today.
The idea that the health policy debate over how best to control costs has somehow ended with capitated payments emerging as a clear winner is, in fact, far from true, despite Ham Davis’ repeated assertions to the contrary.
Under the terms of the new Vermont law and the settlement with EPA, all sectors agriculture, forestry, towns, development and town roads are required to play their part in protecting our waters.
After nearly two years of development, the latest version of the new rules for net metering is deeply flawed and out of step with best practices in other states.
Before we take the findings seriously, maybe we ought to inquire into exactly what question was asked by the Energy Independence Vermont pollsters.
As newsgathering has been diluted; as delivery has migrated to the nonprofit model, we must be clear about our responsibilities.