On this week’s podcast, Morgan True and Erin Mansfield discuss the role of syringe exchange programs in Vermont’s opiate crisis.
A writing workshop participant who is currently held in the Vermont correctional system reads his original poem, “Lampshade, AKA Ugly Bulb.”
On this week’s podcast, Jon Margolis discusses how our predominantly rural state could chart a long-term economic path.
Robyn Joy has been sober since the first day of 2016. On this week’s podcast, she reads “I Began to Notice.”
On this week’s podcast, VTDigger’s Elizabeth Hewitt describes what Congress did — and didn’t — get done before its fiscal year deadline.
Writing workshop participant Richard Gengras reads his original poem, “A Morning in the Middle of My Addiction.”
On this week’s podcast, Mike Polhamus and Mark Johnson talk about how decades of phosphorous pollution has made clean water a major issue for Vermont politicians.
Caitlin Ferland has been sober for 5½ years. On this week’s Writers for Recovery podcast, she reads her poem, “Dear Addiction.”
In this week’s podcast, VTDigger’s Morgan True recaps the four-day teacher strike in Burlington that could have implications for districts across the state.
Mollie Hoerres is a native Bostonian who found home in Vermont. In this podcast, she reads her original poem, “I Am From.”
Writers for Recovery founders Bess O’Brien and Gary Miller talk about how writing helps former addicts recover. “We have people in these workshops who read aloud things that they’ve never told their therapist.”
In this week’s podcast, Tax Commissioner Kaj Samsom responds to readers’ questions about the state’s push to collect sales tax for online and out-of-state purchases.
On this week’s podcast, Jim Therrien and Mike Polhamus discuss their research into chemical contamination in North Bennington.
On this week’s podcast, VTDigger Editor Anne Galloway joins WDEV’s Mike Smith to talk about two new developments in the Jay Peak EB-5 case.