The Vermont Republican Party is joining with the Vermont Women’s Coalition on Saturday to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the right of women to vote in the United States.
Throughout January and February 2020, Vermont state officials and regional planning commission staff are hosting four public information meetings to discuss the Transportation and Climate Initiative (TCI).
Students, staff and parents from home schools and private schools are invited to participate in National School Choice Week observations on Wednesday, January 29 at the Capital Plaza, 100 State Street, in Montpelier.
This year’s celebration of Jefferson Day will arrive a few days early in the Green Mountain State. The founding statesman’s legacy will be feted with a special 25th annual dinner gathering featuring guest speaker and legal historian Paul Gillies.
A meme posted this month on Facebook from the progressive page Left Action shows Fox News contributor Tomi Lahren arguing that former President Barack Obama created the Festivus holiday to destroy Christmas. Did she really say that?
It’s the “Summer of Solzhenitsyn,” and to celebrate what would have been the Russian author’s 100th birthday, Northern Vermont University is hosting the first inaugural “Reading Solzhenitsyn” conference.
The “Burlington Thought Exchange” political discussion series is coming back for its second iteration, this time to analyze political dialogue about the minimum wage.
As late summer weather continues to bring warmth, plenty of sunshine, and scattered showers, fall foliage colors are developing nicely, albeit gradually, throughout most of Vermont.