As the Burlington City Council Ward 3 special election contest heats up, one issue that is dominating all others is policing — or the lack of it on city streets.
The state’s largest union for public workers, the Vermont-NEA, is asking that the state use as much federal money as possible from its massive $5 billion influx over the past year to pay down an ever-increasing liability in its pension program.
At his weekly press conference Tuesday, Gov. Phil Scott and other administration officials pleaded with the public to take more vaccines or potentially face another version of the coronavirus.
A group of concerned parents in the Northeast Kingdom has formed to reject critical race theory being taught at local schools, and especially “affinity spaces” for children to talk about race with members from the activist group Building Fearless Futures.
Rep. Peter Welch, D-Vt., joined Rep. Joaquin Castro, D-Texas, in a web event Wednesday to discuss what the two congressmen described as overly restrictive election reforms across the country.
University of Vermont professor Aaron Kindsvatter took to the stage this weekend to warn Vermonters that the education system at all age levels is being used to indoctrinate young minds into judging peers by the color of their skin.
University of Vermont professor Aaron Kindsvatter has joined the ranks of those speaking out against critical race theory, and four months after an initial posting on YouTube, his clip continues to draw praise from Americans across the country.
Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., on Thursday, as a chairman of the Primary Health and Retirement Security Committee, argued that differences in life expectancy among varying income and education brackets are justifications for more and bigger government.
Southern Vermont Medical Center’s internal medicine physician and a family nurse practitioner joined “Medical Matters Weekly” with Dr. Trey Dobson on Wednesday to talk about their roles in diversity and inclusion programs.
Opponents of the social justice-themed curriculum known as critical race theory held a town hall meeting Wednesday night and said the theory teaches children to judge people by their skin color, not by the content of their character as preached by Martin Luther King, Jr.
Three candidates for Burlington City Council Ward 3 met in a debate last week and discussed a range of important local issues, including the hotly contested issue of funding police.
The Vermont Republican Party held a meeting Saturday with Tommy Hicks, the Republican National Committee’s co-chair since 2019, who spoke on the need to get more representation in state government and push for election integrity measures.