Vermont annual rabies bait drop starts Aug. 5. The week-long drop is part of a nationally coordinated effort to halt the fatal disease.
Train stations drew sold-out railcars and scores of trackside celebrants July 19, when Amtrak passenger service resumed in the Green Mountain State after a 16-month pandemic absence.
In the first five months of 2021, state legislators sent dozens of bills to Gov. Phil Scott’s desk, and he signed all but a handful into law.
Meridith Sandherr’s heart sank when, while preparing to interview for a position at Bishop John A. Marshall School in Morristown, she realized the school was Catholic.
Veteran Bennington Police Chief Paul Doucette remembers clearly the two-vehicle crash caused by a drunken driver that almost cost him his life.
Hours before the Vermont Legislature adjourned for the 2021 session, House Republicans took a stand against an expansive housing reform proposal that had been expected to make it to Gov. Phil Scott’s desk.
Gov. Phil Scott vetoed legislation last week that would have prohibited police from publicly identifying individuals under the age of 19 arrested for certain crimes.
Several news organizations and First Amendment advocacy groups are suing the Vermont judiciary, alleging delays in providing access to public court filings.