Seven women sued Dartmouth College Thursday over allegations that three professors fostered drunken environments that encouraged sexual assault.
A redrawing of the Southwest Vermont Supervisory Union boundaries to include the Arlington and Sandgate school districts could be approved as early as Thursday.
I voted three times last Tuesday. Or maybe I didn’t. My point is, you have no idea.
In this State Headliners, the Act 250 revision report is due Friday, $20 million is expected from new internet sales tax, and a former mayor says the Northeast Kingdom is Vermont’s dumping ground.
The Westminster School Board has voted to go to court if necessary to fight the forced merger of its schools with the towns of Athens and Grafton.
The Department of Justice issued an advisory opinion confirming the legality of Matthew Whitaker’s appointment as acting attorney general Wednesday.
Ohio Republican Gov. John Kasich on Wednesday and Thursday will meet with supporters and attend several events in New Hampshire.
Research shows heavy use of marijuana by adolescents is responsible for 8-15 percent of adult schizophrenia, according to a report in Oregon’s Mail-Tribune newspaper.
GOP Maine Rep. Bruce Poliquin and three activists filed a lawsuit Tuesday protesting the state’s ranked-choice voting system that was used in Maine’s midterm elections.
Corsi denies any wrongdoing, including collusion, and claims that he is being targeted in a “perjury trap.”
Members continually perform extreme acts of protest — such as chaining themselves to a 50-foot crane — and announce it on social media. The group then asks supporters for donations via GoFundMe.
Conservatives and progressives have different views about individuals and communities. Conservatives and progressives have different views about diversity and choice. Conservatives and progressives have a different view of “We the People.”