Vermont Watchdog Report
Gov. Peter Shumlin announced Wednesday he has called off his plans for single-payer health care in Vermont for 2015, saying “now is not the right time.”
This week has been a wild ride for Vermont’s governor, Green Mountain Power utility crews, state residents, and even health-care activists.
Vermont Lake Monsters officials announced that Joe Doud has been promoted to general manager, becoming the sixth G.M. in the New York-Penn League baseball team's 22-year history.
A Dec. 16 accident on U.S. Route 7, in front of Middlebury Beef Supply, involved an ACTR van bus and a Nop Brothers dairy farm feed truck; it resulted in four injuries with at least one, possibly two, serious injuries.
Champlain Valley Union High School Athletic Director Kevin Riell died this week.
The award-winning Rutland Youth Theatre will present “Shrek the Musical”with a live orchestra, Friday, Dec. 19 and Saturday, Dec. 20. The show is produced by Saskia Hagen Groom and guest directed by Meghan Hakey.
Funding is now available for new or existing projects, programs, and organizations that serve women and girls ages 15-25 through the Vermont Women’s Fund at the Vermont Community Foundation.
The massive public reaction to the tragic deaths of three black teens at the hand of white police officers has led to a national call for use of body cameras to record and prevent any future mistreatment of suspects.
On Oct. 30, troopers of the Vermont State Police at Rutland conducted a motor vehicle stop on Railroad Drive in Clarendon.
Throughout our lives, people and animals often become important to us and make a great impact.
“I’m Reggie, a Jack Russell Terrier mix who has been around the block a few times.
Are you in treatment for opiate problems?
Here’s the puzzle the legislature must solve regarding education finance reform: How do you lower the cost of educating our kids so we can cut taxes, while maintaining or improving high student outcomes?
Last week’s multi-day dumping of crystallized dihydrogen monoxide upon Vermont’s celebrated landscape has a lot of folks tired and running ragged.
This time of year we all think about others and putting a smile on the faces of those we love.
The Addison County Chamber of Commerce welcomed Yankee Farm Credit to its new office located at 320 Exchange St. in Middlebury.
Vermont State Representatives Betty Nuovo and Amy Sheldon and State Senators Claire Ayer and Christopher Bray, discussed several legislative issues of interest to Middlebury residents at a Middlebury Select Board meeting Dec. 9.
Nathan T. North
For Vergennes businessman Brett Ward, being a member of the community means giving back—in the amount of over $228,000 since 2001.
At a Middlebury Select Board meeting held at the public library branch in East Middlebury Dec. 2, Guy Rouelle, state pilot and aeronautics administrator for the State of Vermont, discussed with board members the state’s plan for maintenance along with runway, taxiway, and apron improvements.