Guest editorial: DCF loses 30 out of 30 appeal cases; where’s the outrage?

That’s not just astounding, it’s proof positive that the system is broken, that it needs changing.

Climate Matters: An ounce of prevention…

I don’t know if it’s just us Americans, or if it is a universal human trait, but we seem to prefer medical treatment over prevention.

Jessie Raymond: Bedroom makeover has pitfalls

Last week, I decided to turn our adult daughter’s childhood bedroom into a combined craft room and guest room.

Community forum: Energy strategy change needed

I’ve spent a lot of money for my small contribution to address climate change. But, can you afford to?

Letter to the editor: VPA made error in judgement

While a man may identify as a woman it does not make him less of a man.

Letter to the editor: Concern over S.100 unfounded

Regarding John Moyers’ editorial of March 23: He described an accessory dwelling unit (ADU) in Bristol that was 2,400 square feet and larger than the main house.

Letter to the editor: Stolen flag will be replaced

As many folks have heard, the Pride Flag that has flown in various versions for several years outside the Champlain Valley Unitarian Universalist Sanctuary at the corner of Duane Ct. and Charles St. was ripped down in an act of vandalism Sunday afternoon.

Letter to the editor: Opposition to Telephone Gap logging plan is clear

This is not just a few tree huggers on the fringes. I believe the proposal struck a chord on deep public concern about climate change and protection of old forests, which keep huge amounts of climate-changing carbon out of the atmosphere.

Letter to the editor: We must take action now against climate change

Vermont’s contribution to easing the climate crisis may be tiny. But acting collaboratively with other states and countries can produce positive results.

Letter to the editor: A once-great nation must tackle many problems

America has been redefined by a new language and altered vocabulary.

Letter to the editor: Thanks to all who helped with Cornwall breakfast

The Friends of Cornwall School would like to thank everyone who helped make our first Town Meeting Breakfast on Saturday, March 4th, a relative success.

Letter to the editor: 2nd annual clothing swap a resounding success

Events like this don’t happen in a vacuum and it takes many hands to pull it off.

Faith Gong: The bird that lived

In the middle of a March snowstorm, a lot of people put a lot of effort into saving the life of one mourning dove.

Guest editorial: Will ‘density’ become a dirty word in Vermont?

When does a former town moderator, after decades of public service, jump out of retirement to join his town’s Planning Commission? 

Ways of Seeing: The war on education, and truth

We are in the midst of a war on education. Not against all learning, but certainly against any lessons about racial injustice.