The anonymous inmate at Massachusetts Correctional Institution-Norfolk filed his complaint in a Boston federal court Wednesday against the prison, requesting that he be transferred to a nearby women’s prison.
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.
How many other out-of-state part-time property owners, how many town clerks, how many Boards of Civil Authority have received this misguided, illegal advice from our secretary of state?
With regard to the recent threat of litigation against the Agency of Education for non-compliance, several points come to mind indicating less than sufficient business management practices in the AOE.
The House passed a comprehensive tax reform bill Thursday in a significant step toward fulfilling the GOP leadership’s goal of placing a bill on President Donald Trump’s desk by the end of the year.
Two poison control physicians from Colorado believe an 11-month-old child died due to a fatal overdose of marijuana.
Environmentalists unveiled the “Essex Plan” at the Energy Action Network annual meeting at Champlain College last week in Burlington.
Chambers of commerce harness the energy of business leaders to help grow our economy. We are engaged in promoting all businesses, from small “mom and pop” businesses to big-box stores.
As Thanksgiving draws closer, Arlington is gearing up for its 22nd annual “Running of the Turkeys.”