Just as New York City has a twin housing crisis and a homelessness crisis, so too does Brattleboro. Homelessness can happen to anyone, at any time, for a variety of reasons.
Bill Dunkel: Two Founders outline the foundations of religious freedom
One hopes that Christian nationalists will reflect upon the words and deeds of Madison and Jefferson. Regardless, the rest of us surely should take them to heart.
Patrick Finnie: Fish & Wildlife is responsible for a healthy, diverse ecosystem
Protesting those who brought us to where we are today is in this case not a sound investment in the future of our environment. Support sound, proven management practices.
Karl Meyer: FirstLight’s grim obedience clause leaves ecosystems to die
Northfield Mountain squanders over one-third more energy than it regenerates. It’s never produced a single watt of clean, renewable energy. It doesn’t make its own power; it can’t.
Bob Stannard: So now we love tax cheats?
At the local level, we insist on going after those who owe even the slightest amount of money to the town. At the national level, one political party has decided that it’s perfectly fine for some, the very wealthy, not to pay their fair share of taxes.
John McCormick: S.5 is leaving the station. What’s next?
The “Thermal Efficiency Benefit Charge” is a higher-order alternative to S.5. It is far less complicated, expands existing state programs, and has a smaller energy burden than S.5.
Lauren Norford: Help for parent mental health concerns — pregnancy and postpartum
Parents need to know that, with informed care, they can prevent a worsening of these symptoms and can fully recover. There is no reason to continue to suffer, and no parent should struggle alone.
Jim Taylor: Four tribes of Abenaki do not support the anti-trapping movement
The fact that a handful of incessant naysayers wish to eradicate the lifestyle of other Vermonters should be irrelevant in this conversation.
Letter to the editor: How can these representatives look in the mirror?
This state of sad affairs reeks with waste and it starts under that dome.
Genie Rayner: No. More. Semiautomatic. Weapons. Period.
If someone doesn’t do something soon, we’ll end up observing the anniversary of a deadly mass shooting every day of the year.