After years of printing with Upper Valley Press in North Haverhill, N.H., the five weeklies of the Vermont Community Newspaper Group are now printing with the Concord Monitor at its press, also in New Hampshire. Our new size, a format most tabloid-sized newspapers already embrace, is now considered the standard.
We do it because we don’t know what else to do — uncovering the truth and shedding light on it is what gets us through the day and motivates us to get out of bed the next.
Last week we reported that the identities of two people who died in South Burlington were being kept from the public by the South Burlington Police Department.
It’s outrageous that attorney general T.J. Donovan — the state government’s top lawyer — is refusing to accept a ruling by the Vermont Supreme Court.
South Burlington school officials botched what should have been a notable exercise of free expression — raising a Black Lives Matter flag at South Burlington High School on Feb. 1, in conjunct…
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