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History Corner: Lawless Days in Early Montpelier

The settlement of Montpelier went through huge changes between the first white encampments of the 1780s and the early 1800s. After that,...

Letters to the Editor, Apr. 17, 2024

Jules Rabin, the Centenarian Activist Editor’s note: On the day of his 100th birthday, Jules Rabin, of Marshfield, joined...

Farm and Garden Measures for Food Security

Climate chaos, war, and disease drive up the prices of foods by decreasing their abundance. Major agricultural regions of the U.S., for...

What’s the Best Compromise? Debating Dogs in Hubbard Park 

By Emily Donaldson, on behalf of the Montpelier Parks Commission How should dogs be allowed to visit Hubbard Park?...

Two Villages, One Child: Support the Montpelier-Roxbury Community

By Benjamin Pincus It takes a village to raise a child.  —Pan-African proverb

Letters to the Editor, Apr. 3, 2024

Lack of a Coherent Plan To the Editor: Recently, a Chittenden County Superior court judge handed...

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A Message from City Hall: Springing Into 2024

It wouldn’t be March in Vermont without the promise of spring just around the corner. The switch back to daylight saving time...

Vote Yes on the School Budget 

By Joe Carroll I am a Montpelier resident, a teacher at Montpelier High School, and the president of our...

A Message from City Hall: Annual Voting on March 5

The annual city election is scheduled for Tuesday, March 5, with polls open at City Hall from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m....