This week’s Young Writers Project entry is “The Words” by Emily Foster, a 13-year-old middle school student from Shelburne.
A judge finds both the State’s expert’s and the Defendant’s expert’s calculation of the speed of a motorcycle unreliable … so he calculates it himself.
Fuel your Thanksgiving dinner conversation with some of the stories that kept Vermonters talking this fall.
This week’s Young Writers Project entry is “Why I Need Feminism,” by Emma Bauer, a 15-year-old student from Strafford.
A defendant argues that he was unfairly terminated from a sexual abusers program that he needed to complete to be on probation.
This week’s Young Writers Project entry is “In the Woods” by Cassidy Martin, a 12-year-old middle school student from Brattleboro.
Years after condos were constructed in Woodstock, issues were raised because not everyone in the association was paying the same share of common expenses.
Only three states score higher than D+ in latest State Integrity Investigation; 11 flunk. Vermont, with a D-, ranks 39th.
This week’s Young Writers Project entry is “Bird’s nest” by Olivia Holmes, a 14-year-old student from Essex Junction.
A property owners association in West Dover disputed a restaurant’s claim to a right of way, saying that deeded rights are for residents only.
This week’s Young Writer’s Project entry is “Afflicted/Breaking/Broken” by Alexandra Contreras-Montesano, a freshman at Burlington High School.
On appeal of the Environmental Division’s division, Appellants took the belt-and-suspenders approach, arguing both procedural and substantive errors were made at the trial court level.
This week’s Young Writers Project entry is “Three minutes” by Fiona Goodman, a 12-year-old from Brattleboro.
The case takes place in the context of an ongoing battle between the City of Burlington and local residents over the placement of F-35A airplanes at the Air National Guard base adjacent to the Burlington International Airport, and the noise pollution they create.