Hundreds of pro-life Vermonters took to the streets of Montpelier and held a rally at the Vermont State House Saturday.Read more
A group of Vermont youth gathered at the State House Friday to decry adult paralysis on climate change action.Read more
The 80-year-old, waterlogged statue of Ceres replaced by a new version at the Vermont State House is now under the care of the Vermont History Museum.Read more
Youth climate activists filled the seats of elected legislators at the Vermont State House, closed for about two weeks due to installation of a new backup power generator and other renos.Read more
An apartment/bus stop that is a demo of sorts for low-carbon housing and transportation of the future opened last month in Montpelier, a block away from the State House. Estimated cost: about $17.5 million.Read more
A farmer/lawyer from Brookfield, John Klar, stood on the State House steps with a crowd behind him and announced he will run for the Republican nomination for governor.
Just in time for the Extinction Rebellion protest encampment on the State House lawn, this fall’s gorgeous Indian summer turned into a brutally cold, rainy, windy day and night.Read more
Local members of the Extinction Rebellion climate activist group will hold a 48-encampment at the Vermont State House next week. No word on whether they will glue themselves to fossil-fuel emitting machines, as other members of the global movement have done.Read more
The state Capitol Complex is in lockdown as of this writing (12:46 pm) after a white man was seen entering 133 State Street (just west of State House) carrying a gun. One floor has been cleared by police. Situation fluid.
In a State House crowd of 200 people, the only critics (except one Trump supporter) of Rep. Peter Welch's decision to vote for impeachment of Pres. Donald Trump were people who worried impeachment might help Trump get elected. Will impeachment hurt chances of Trump re-election? Or help? And what about the courage of 'Trump Hat' Chad?