A re-count of votes in Pownal on whether or not to merge five local school districts confirmed the results reported earlier this month.
The Federal Communications Commission is expected to introduce preliminary plans to roll back internet regulations imposed under the Obama administration.
Independent schools may be the answer to economic prosperity in Vermont as a recent study found that Burr and Burton Academy provides over $15 million in support to Bennington County annually.
In this week’s Statehouse Headliners, Vermont’s law enforcement chief sees “more fatalities on the highways” if pot is legalized, the jobless rate holds under 3 percent for the 2nd straight month, and the press corps continues to get shuffled.
If athletes are so concerned about their cause, there are more effective means of achieving change.
The mandate was always more of a “nanny tax” than a way to raise government funding. Democrats included it in the law to force the young and healthy to buy into the government-run health exchanges so as to offset the high cost of the old and very sick.
Florida pastors sent a clear warning to potential shooters, advertising a sign outside their church that says “this is not a gun free zone.”
Nuclear stations deliver steady, safe, reliable dispatchable baseload power to the grid, accompanied by almost no greenhouse gas emissions.
The Paris agreement assumes, in effect, that the world will find ways to suck CO2 out of the air since emissions cannot be cut fast enough to keep the total stock of greenhouse gases sufficiently small to limit the rise in temperature successfully.