Madeline CharbonneauJune 27, 2018 02:55 PM
Why Vermont Is Tackling Its Aging Population Problem One Grant Award At A TimeIt's people are aging. So the Green Mountain State is throwing some money at the problem.
Carolyn BeelerJanuary 9, 2018 04:07 PM
Why Vermont’s GMO labels will be showing up in your grocery storesIn the next few months, you may see a new phrase on the labels of some foods at the grocery story: “produced with genetic engineering.”
Craig LeMoultMarch 28, 2017 12:07 AM
Hundreds Protest ICE's Detention Of Migrant Labor ActivistsTwo advocates for migrant laborers in Vermont were released on bail Monday after being detained by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) earlier this month.
Heidi LeggNovember 19, 2016 08:23 AM
From Cambridge To Vermont: 21st Century Farmer David Hull Follows A Seasonal TempoOne of the great divides among Americans that we can add to a list including Presidential candidates, access to education, and treatment by the law, is access to food. We can sit and debate food production, farming, and subsidies as roots to the problem or we can also look at smaller models set in functioning circumstances and ask, what can we learn from the ideal? What does it point out about the rest of the food we are consuming? Our interview with Vermont seasonal farmer, David Hull, is an attempt to draw out the benefits found in the life of a small family farmer catering to a clientele that values and can afford this ideal, and ask, what is it that they value?
The Associated PressMay 25, 2016 10:46 AM
Curveball Politics: 'Spaceman' Bill Lee Kicks Off Campaign For Governor Of VermontA former Major League Baseball player is running for governor in Vermont as a member of the Liberty Union party, which bills itself as nonviolent and socialist.
David Leveille, Rachel GotbaumApril 21, 2016 04:59 PM
A massive financial scandal is unfolding in Vermont's Northeast KingdomVermont is embroiled in what's being called a massive Ponzi scheme.
WGBH NewsMarch 19, 2016 03:44 PM
Urgent Care and Welfare: UTR Regional RoundtableThis week, our regional roundtable. While Massachusetts officials call for continued restriction on marijuana use, Rhode Island governor Gina Raimondo says she’s open to a state wide referendum. Plus, new urgent care centers are opening on the Cape and famous research vessels are retiring south of the border. And welfare is one of the Maine issues on the table in the Pine Tree State.