A couple decides that they are ready to start a family. They both work in the same field, same experience and qualifications, but the man in the couple earns 16 percent more annually than the woman.
The fiscal year 2021 general fund operating budget and capital plan: The Stowe Select Board will hold a public hearing Monday, Jan. 27 to hear from the public on its budget and capital plan.
I just read an article in The New York Times about the types of Americans who volunteer for our armed forces. These are the people supporting and fighting the nation’s relentless, endless wars.
Vermont’s demographic challenges are, over time, negatively affecting the state in a myriad of ways. They’re affecting our schools, our businesses, our ability to maintain state programs and a host of other issues.
It’s been an enjoyable college football season, actually its 150th anniversary. It comes to an end this Monday night, when defending champion Clemson runs head-on into Louisiana State, a team so talented I swear I saw them playing in the NFL’s wildcard round last weekend.
Vermont state legislators returned to Montpelier for the second half of the 2019-20 biennium with a great many things on the agendas of our legislative leaders.
“The liberties of a people never were, nor ever will be, secure when the transactions of their rulers may be concealed from them.” — Patrick Henry.
Gov. Phil Scott recently took some heat from the media over a statement he made following the announcement by Energizer that it would close its Bennington plant and move operations to Wisconsin.
If you’d asked me at the beginning of December what I thought the major controversies would be this holiday season, my top 10 answers would not have included The Hallmark Channel.
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