About 100 attendees of a freedom rally on Saturday marched along Williston Road in South Burlington, holding signs that spoke for the rights of individuals to choose whether or not to get vaccinated.
The vandals also erected a sign saying “land back” and circulated a historically revisionist pamphlet in downtown Bennington explaining why they defaced the statue of America’s Great Emancipator. The red paint was removed last week.
Financially stressed farmers of Addison and Rutland counties who happen to own scruffy, yet classic, barns will be able to spruce up their structures thanks to a new Vermont program.
The Vermont Legislative Apportionment Board (LAB) voted 4-3 on Friday to recommend single-member House districts only for the coming reapportionment of the Vermont Legislature.
An unprecedented infusion of federal “pandemic relief” cash will help Vermonters stay warm and pay for childcare.
For the second straight week, the Vermont Department of Health on Tuesday listed the number of the most recent Covid-19 fatalities without distinguishing between vaxxed and unvaxxed.
The federal government’s unprecedented threat of an FBI crackdown on school board critics has cowed many Vermont parents concerned about mandatory student masking, anti-mandate advocate Jim Sexton said Wednesday.
“What is being proposed is to legalize the most dangerous way to make money and to fully deregulate it,” Shively said. “It would allow any home, any salon … to becaome a brothel, and there is nothing you could do to stop it.”
On Tuesday night, a BIPOC-only meeting was sponsored, publicized, and facilitated by the Vermont Climate Council, a state board empowered by the Global Warming Solutions Act (GWSA) to recommend reductions in carbon emissions.
The Vermont Climate Council met Wednesday to discuss the implementation of the Global Warming Solutions Act, and to restate that social equity should be central to the council’s policies.
A growing number of Vermonters opposed to vax and mask mandates and Critical Race Theory will peaceably assemble Saturday Oct. 16 and Saturday Oct. 23.
Will Vermont follow California and ban gas-powered leafblowers, chainsaws and other “off-road engines”? Vermont already has at least one municipal leaf-blower ban.