Analysts generally agree that the ESSEX Plan carbon tax will burden Vermonters who need to travel and heat their homes, but a new study from the Ethan Allen Institute finally reveals how much.
Incumbent state Rep. Warren Van Wyck was looking forward to retiring from his time at the Statehouse — that is, until he realized no other Republican was running to take his place.
While the GOP has three solid candidates ready to challenge Chittenden County’s six incumbent liberal state senators, two other challengers in the race — an independent and a libertarian — think they have what it takes to bring change to the Vermont Statehouse.
A vice president of the resort where Pact summer campers stayed last month says his establishment is being unfairly associated with local incidents in which racial slurs were allegedly directed at camp leaders and kids.
While much of Vermont is a safe haven for liberals and progressives, Rutland continues to thrive as a regional outpost for GOP leaders, as shown by the results of the recent primary election.
While national headlines focus on Vermont hosting the first transgender candidate for governor, the Green Mountain State remains the only state in the nation to have never had a woman as a federal representative. Vermonters now have a chance to change that.
A California-based summer camp whose leaders allege acts of racism in Stowe have a history of instructing campers as young as preschool age to speak out against police brutality.
Since Vermont’s recycling law passed in 2012, the expectation has been that newspapers, cardboard, cans and bottles must be separated from trash to be shipped off to places like China and processed into new materials. Now the costs are rising dramatically, and policymakers must reassess the viability of recycling.
After Republican candidate H. Brooke Paige won six races in the August primary, only to later resign from five, the Vermont GOP’s nominating committee on Wednesday selected a slate of candidates to replace him.
With the surprise addition of a former state representative winning a seat as a write-in during the recent primary, the GOP now has three Senate candidates ready to take on the left-wing “Chittenden Six.”
An East Montpelier resident pleaded not guilty to charges by a federal grand jury that he illegally purchased guns while he was alleged to be a heroin and cocaine user.