We now know the two chief rivals for Vermont's number two political job. Democrat Molly Gray and Republican Scott Milne both emerged from Tuesday's primary with double-digit victories. Now, they turn their sights on each other. Our Adam Sullivan talked to both candidates.
UVM is still working on solidifying a plan. They heard a few suggestions on whether enforcement should fall on UVM Police or Burlington Police or if there should be another alternative like a university hotline to report parties and other violations.
Joe Biden and newly announced running mate Kamala Harris make their first appearance together on Wednesday. Our Celine McArthur spoke with political analyst Greta Van Susteren to break down Biden's pick and what it means for the Democratic ticket.
Wednesday was a beautiful day to go to the beach day, unless you were in Burlington. Several beaches there will remain closed due to a combination of blue-green algae and a malfunction at the waterplant that sent untreated storm runoff into area waters.
State economists are calling for Vermont to tighten its belt to the tune of $170 million next year as a result of COVID-19. Our Calvin Cutler has the details from economists on the long road to economic recovery and the difficult budgeting decisions ahead.
A psychologist writes that a man awaiting resentencing in New Hampshire over a monthslong armed standoff with U.S. marshals in 2007 to protest a tax evasion conviction says he has no use for guns, distrusts the court system, and sees himself as a pawn to set an example for others.
The final major work associated with replacing the WCAX broadcast antenna is planned for Tuesday, August 11. For several hours beginning at 8 a.m., WCAX will power down our over-the-air signal to allow final connections and electrical testing of the transmission system.
It was an electric night for the Zuckerman campaign as he secured the democratic party nomination from his farm in Hinesburg. Governor Phil Scott also won the GOP nomination setting up a clash this fall
Vermont creative types, or anyone whose work includes expressive originality, culture or the arts, are welcome to virtually attend a new series of monthly meetups from the Chittenden Zone of the Vermont Creative Network, a project sponsored by the Vermont Arts Council.