Speaking at a Democratic Party fundraiser at Shelburne Vineyard Nov. 4, House Speaker Mitzi Johnson, D-Grand Isle, said “I’m the Nancy Pelosi of Vermont.”
When it comes to the press, Trump’s bark is worse than his bite. Obama, on the other hand, rarely barked. He just bit. Often. Yet the “free and independent” press didn’t protest vigorously. It makes you wonder why.
Municipal officials are being investigated for soliciting and receiving big bribes from legal marijuana companies. Also, more people are visiting hospital emergency rooms for treatment for “scromiting.”
“There comes a time you have to wean yourself off. When you’re paying out more than you are receiving. It’s not a good market approach,” Gov. Scott said. “It was a great incentive to jumpstart the renewable sector.”
As of Sept. 27 and according to publicly available data, 580 employees of the state of Vermont annually earn more than $100,000.
Shrugging off the fading promise of the EB-5’s economic windfall, homebuyers are bidding up the values of properties in Northeast Kingdom county, historically one of Vermont’s weakest for home property values.
Biden compares Trump to George Wallace, and 2018 gubernatorial nominee Christine Hallquist would ban carbon-emitting mobile billboards. Also, Rebecca Holcombe links Gov. Scott gun veto to mass murderer Dylan Roof.
This weekend and on Monday, Vermonters will be going to see the new movie “Midway,” visiting graves and telling stories, and gratefully thanking veterans for their service.
A new 30-unit Montpelier rental housing project built with private and government money cost $7.7 million — an average cost of $256,666 per unit. The building also includes a separately-funded, multi-million dollar mass transit center on the ground floor.
Out-of-state, urban drug gang activity in Vermont may play a role in the racial disparity among Vermont inmates, but does not fully explain it, Sen. Dick Sears, D-Bennington, chair of Senate Judiciary Committee, said on the Dave Gram Show Tuesday.
Direct deposit is like a car engine that only gets our attention when it doesn’t work. But like an engine, direct deposit has plenty of hidden, moving parts. Sometimes they stop working.