A call to action to join the Women’s March For Dignity on Saturday in Montpelier in support of workers rights, including minimum wage and needs-based budgeting.
A look backward into the history of agriculture in our state might give us some clues as to how we have gotten ourselves into this mess.
The fight over the Vermont Yankee plant continues to illustrate the vast gulf between the goals of most people and a handful of diehard anti-nuclear opponents.
The Internet is being used as a vehicle for renting property and there is a huge opportunity for fraud and abuse.
Board governance and schools size are not the key players in the drama of exploding costs.
I can only conclude that our state’s leaders, and many other Vermonters too, are pleased that we get most of our electricity from out of state, fossil-fuel burning power plants. Because more and more, that is where it’s coming from.
IBM offered good-paying jobs to an entire generation of Vermonters who saw employment opportunities evaporate from the mills, farms and railroads in the early part of the last century.
The draft Proposal for a Clean Lake Champlain (TMDL) has yet to address contributions of the herbicide glyphosate to the loading of phosphorus in the lake and the growth of cyanobacteria.
For months the governor and the Secretary of Education have been appealing to local school boards for spending restraint, with at best only modest results.
CCTA drivers, Teamsters local 597, are in a long-term battle with management over extended and unsafe work schedules, the expansion of part-time drivers, and constant surveillance and harassment.
S.316 does not authorize bargaining for wages; it only enables bargaining for increases in subsidies paid to select parents of children they care for.
Independence has provided Ukrainians little escape from their centuries-long, complex history with Russia.