The Irish city is implementing the same 100-person Syrian resettlement that is proposed for Vermont — with a few key differences.
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The ploy dates back at least as far as 1880 to Vermont’s own Chester Arthur. Or perhaps, if you believe the rumors about the man who would become the 21st president, he was actually Canada’s own.
This week’s Young Writers Project entry is “Another Poem About Fall” by Greta Hardy-Mittell, 15, of East Middlebury.
Sheila Post’s “The Road to Walden North” aims to transmit lessons of simple living to today’s wired world.
The transplant opportunity arose out of a surprise public appeal on Hogan’s behalf last year.
The document, the result of an investigation into Mayor Chris Louras’ actions, has been made public. The city attorney says the issue isn’t a legal one, but rather political.
By 19th-century standards, a Vermont woman enjoyed a fair number of liberties that many women elsewhere did not. Still, once married, her husband became her legal guardian. And she could not vote or hold elected office.
In Rutland County, the number of nights spent in motels by victims of domestic violence through the voucher program increased by more than 2,000 from fiscal year 2015 to fiscal 2016.
The 87-year-old globetrotting activist and author spoke to a capacity crowd in Brattleboro on the themes of her book “Active Hope: How to Face the Mess We’re in Without Going Crazy.”
The seventh-generation native, deemed the “unofficial poet laureate of the Northeast Kingdom,” succumbed this week to lymphoma.
This week’s Young Writers Project entry is “Who Will You Be?” by Maisie Newbury, 15, of Weybridge.
COLCHESTER — A St. Michael’s College student was found dead early Wednesday in the Gilbrook Natural Area near the campus, school officials said. They identified the student as senior business major Jeremiah Collins, of Bridgewater, Massachusetts. Winooski police were called and Collins’ death is under investigation, but foul play is not suspected, according to a […]
The social media campaign included entreaties from such notables as Gov. Peter Shumlin, Sen. Patrick Leahy and Rep. Peter Welch, as well as hundreds of tweets and messages from ordinary people in and around Brattleboro, with pictures of them holding a cardboard cutout of Bacon.
Philip Haney’s claims about Muslim threats to the country have been widely circulated on conservative websites.