Federal, state and local authorities moved in Friday morning with warrants at two residences in the Orange County town of Washington.
A surge in the number of students who wanted online-only learning overwhelmed the schools in the four-town Central Vermont Supervisory Union, and a new system won’t be ready until about Oct. 1.
News Release -- Vermont Department of Forests, Parks & Recreation May 11, 2018 Contact: Jenny Lauer, Vermont Department of Forests, Parks & Recreation (802) 828-1531, [email protected] Emerald Ash Borer: Slow […]
For some, the city is no different from the fictional capital in “The Hunger Games,” where elites live in disregard of the needs of citizens in outlying districts.
Rand Corp. lays out its plans for research on the impact of legalizing the sale and use of marijuana in Vermont. Tax revenue is only part of the picture, officials say.
Study will look at pot use in Vermont, long-term public health implications, effects on driving and highway safety, savings for law enforcement and lessons Vermont could learn from Colorado and Washington.
Massachusetts senator Elizabeth Warren tells audience of Vermont Democrats that Republicans in Washington refuse to work on nation's problems.
The Children’s Literacy Foundation (CLiF) is awarding sponsorships to 12 rural public libraries across Vermont and New Hampshire. Each grant includes $2,000 in new children’s books to be selected by the town librarian and storytelling presentations for local children.
Viewing the TV series “West Wing” reveals how toxic and dysfunctional American politics has become and how far civility has declined.
Welch says his legislation calls for a tax that is “due,” not “new.”
Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) today said federal regulators should stop thumbing their noses at a year-old law and enforce limits on excessive speculation in oil markets.