As accusations of police brutality continue to grip the city, one Progressive city councilor says existing police policy is mostly solid as is, but he still supports a review by a special committee.
The First Step Pregnancy Clinic, which offers pregnant women immediate help and choices for their babies other than abortion, will have its grand opening and open house Thursday evening.
The next Statehouse session is half a year away, but Vermonters who oppose a carbon tax staged a protest Sunday to tell lawmakers in advance they are ready to fight carbon tax legislation.
This week Gov. Phil Scott signed into law a health insurance mandate that does not include a penalty for those who don’t purchase health insurance. That’s good news for many Vermonters and health care sharing ministries.
The nation’s newest plastic bag ban was signed into law Monday by Gov. Phil Scott, making Vermont yet another state with questionable restrictions on popular bags, straws and stirrers.
There are a few remaining battles against forced school mergers across the state, even as the July 1 deadline quickly approaches just weeks away. One such community fighting back is the Windham district.
Top green activist lawmakers got together Wednesday night for a public discussion on the status of environmental legislation passed in Vermont, as well as goals they would like to see pursued next year.
A twice-deported Mexican national arrested in Burlington is headed to jail as the number of illegal crossings at the Canadian border continues to rise.
Taking action on two of the most controversial pieces of legislation this session, Gov. Phil Scott has signed an unlimited abortion bill and vetoed a gun control bill.
Vermonters gathered Friday afternoon on Church Street to get an update on human trafficking in Vermont, and to remember its victims by marking the second anniversary of the “You Are Loved” mural, which was sponsored by the U.S. Attorney’s Office.
Sanders’ new campaign against Walmart is a continuation of his attack on Amazon last fall. Amazon owner Jeff Bezos gave in to the senator’s demands and raised Amazon’s wage to $15.