Middlebury College political science Professor Allison Stanger has broken her silence on the assault that occurred during conservative author Charles Murray’s campus visit in March.
While some may view Secretary of State Jim Condos as playing politics when it comes to the White House’s Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity, he nevertheless is a tireless spokesman for the often elusive ideals of government transparency and accountability.
Environmentally minded residents in Middlebury are determined to place climate change front-and-center in shaping the community’s future economic path.
At a community forum about race issues in Vermont, a panel of black and white social-justice activists approached the discussion with sensitivity as well as calls for action in towns, businesses and schools across the state.
Don Chioffi, a retired Vermont state legislator, educator and Vietnam veteran, has been named “Citizen Activist of the Year” by Washington, D.C.-based ACT! for America.
The Burlington Telecom bidding process continued at an open City Council meeting Monday night, leaving two suitors standing to purchase the troubled municipal fiber-optics telecommunications network.
“If I fail with this lawsuit there will be no local control of schools in Vermont. This is a last stand. This is it.”
Lawmakers from Vermont want to close the so-called bump stock loophole, but gun owners in the state say the effort would have little impact, other than to give government more control over guns.
Rutland Mayor Dave Allaire isn’t a my-way-or-the-highway community leader when it comes to tackling the drug abuse epidemic. He believes public and private treatment programs in Rutland County — from faith-based Teen Challenge Rutland to state-funded methadone clinics — must be part of the mix.