A re-count of votes in Pownal on whether or not to merge five local school districts confirmed the results reported earlier this month.
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.
Gun Sense Vermont founder Ann Braden is stepping aside as leader of the state’s leading gun control organization, and has entered the Emerge Vermont program that trains women to be Democratic candidates for office.
The Vermont Medical Society has released a list of about a half-dozen priorities for the upcoming 2018 legislative session, and some of those aims are likely to stir robust debate at the Statehouse.
Environmentalists unveiled the “Essex Plan” at the Energy Action Network annual meeting at Champlain College last week in Burlington.
As Thanksgiving draws closer, Arlington is gearing up for its 22nd annual “Running of the Turkeys.”
Career-minded millennials are encouraged to attend the informal event to network with other professionals while enjoying a drink and good company.
Newly elected chair of the Vermont Republican party Deb Billado and re-elected vice-chair Brady Toensing recently talked with True North Reports about the direction of the party and its agenda.