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Byline: By GRACE ELLETSON

UVM withholds Title IX report

8/13/21

In May, the University of Vermont experienced one of the largest protests in its history.Thousands of students walked out of class to protest the...

Vermont is less than 2% away from its goal to vaccinate 80% of the population — a milestone that Gov. Phil Scott said will trigger the repeal of...

The Roman Catholic Diocese in Burlington has been served with another lawsuit alleging that a priest sexually abused a young boy in the 1970s. The...

In a bizarre moment during a virtual meeting of the Vermont Senate Transportation Committee on Wednesday, a consultant scheduled to testify uttered...

Back in January, Vermont Secretary of State Jim Condos launched a new program that aimed to make voting more accessible to new Americans. Starting...

Tuesday night’s primary election participation has set a new record for Vermont.According to unofficial turnout numbers the morning after the...

MONTPELIER — A bill that would boost pay for essential workers on the front lines of the coronavirus crisis has stalled in the House due to...

Sleeping head to toe — and 3 to 6 feet apart — are among the recommendations being put in place as Vermont’s homeless shelters grapple with the...

MONTPELIER — It’s been two years and four months since Sen. Debbie Ingram had a drink. That’s because two years and four months ago, in October of...

MONTPELIER — House and Senate lawmakers have worked out a deal on raising the minimum wage. Under a bill hashed out in conference committee this...

MONTPELIER — A group of lawmakers has introduced a bill for the 2020 session that would decriminalize sex work in the state of Vermont.The bill...

Vt. report addresses racism complaints

12/10/19

MONTPELIER — A new report lays out steps Vermont lawmakers could take to try to address systemic racism in state government.The report suggests...

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