The rally was something of a soft launch for the trio — including Sanders, who is not up for reelection until 2024 — that polls show is likely to fill Vermont’s three seats in Congress starting next year.
The race may well come down to who has the more effective strategy in a district that spans four towns — Milton, Westford, Essex and Fairfax — across two growing counties.
John Little said the Missisquoi River Basin Association’s ECO AmeriCorps members have struggled to find housing in eastern Franklin County because of low pay and the prevalence of short-term rentals in the region.
Statewide political leaders have singled out several House races in the county as key opportunities for their parties to pick up seats.
It’s been a decade since Franklin district voters sent a Democrat to the Senate, and the party holds just one of the county’s current seats in the House.
Dan Moss was evicted for ‘no cause’ from his apartment in May. He’s struggled to find a new place to live ever since — a story that’s become all too common across Vermont amid a historic housing crisis.
“We probably had one of the worst years we've ever had,” Rob Evans, president of the Franklin Watershed Committee, said of 2022.
Krystal Whitcomb was "at the center" of the conspiracy to murder Michael Pimental, a judge said Friday, and her role in the regional drug trade led directly to his death.
The facility will be located in the former Energizer Plant on Route 7 and allow Beta to expand its battery testing operations, the company said Wednesday.
More than a dozen current and former staff and volunteers described mismanagement and a penny-pinching mentality they say has repeatedly put at risk the health of cats and dogs at the St. Albans facility.
“If I'm innocent, why would I withdraw from the race?” John Grismore said.
While county Democrats and Republicans have coalesced behind Mark Lauer, another write-in candidate could complicate the attempt to keep John Grismore out of the seat.
The Pride Center’s decision comes after the grocery chain did not respond to calls to meet with dairy workers and consider joining the organization Migrant Justice’s Milk with Dignity Program.
The event, titled “Crime & Punishment,” was hosted by the pro-police organization Keep Vermont Safe. Speakers included current and former GOP officials and a Libertarian candidate for Congress.