Any observable stretch of time has shown that even Vermont police are prone to lying. Given that police have a vested interest in maintaining their
“Stop Line 3!” echoed down Church Street in Burlington yesterday as more than a hundred people marched through town. Sponsored by a large coalition of
The arguments brought against the recent, and since withdrawn, Burlington City Council Boycott, Divestment, Sanctions (BDS) resolution are from the same tired, disingenuous playbook used
Much like most Americans at the time, I had no frame of reference to file this under. The rest of the world, however, did.
What wasn’t covered in the Lake Monsters’ championship win is the team’s new ownership group, which is headed by the founder of a venture capital and private equity firm that exploits professional baseball players from marginalized and low-income backgrounds.
A recent investigation by The Rake Vermont reveals that Councilor Shannon, in what appears to be a conflict of interest, used her position to sell homes to three city department heads from 2015 to 2019, subsequently voting for them after she collected her commission.