Donnally said in October that serving in the Legislature has been “brutally difficult” for her financially and personally, particularly as a queer person.
Gregory Sheldon, whose first day as chief will be Feb. 6, has spent more than 21 years with the Rutland City Police Department.
Vermont’s first-term senator will serve on multiple high-profile committees, while its first-term representative has secured her “dream” seat.
In exquisite emails, Capitol Police Chief Matthew Romei warns lawmakers and staffers of incoming severe weather.
Brandt, a Democrat, won the East District seat in a special election in December. Burlington Democrats said Tim Doherty will run for the spot on Town Meeting Day.
Vermont’s 247 cities and towns asked for state action sooner rather than later, as those wanting to make decisions on the traditional first Tuesday in March are required to alert the public by Feb. 5.
We haven’t made it easy for families to have two working parents or, worse yet, a single working parent. But we can and must do more. Legislation is essential.
The Vermont Legislature expedited passage of short-term, pandemic-safe March Town Meeting alternatives. Municipal leaders facing scheduling deadlines worry Gov. Phil Scott is taking his time making his own decision.
U.S. House Republicans are holding up a must-pass vote to raise the federal government’s debt ceiling. Vermont’s Democratic U.S. Rep. Becca Balint called the fight a high-stakes “game of chicken.”
Town-funded consultants and the region’s largest emergency medical provider differ on the report’s potential impact on taxpayers.