The League of Women Voters came in second in the judging for Performance Entries in the 2018 July 4th parade in Montpelier. A stricking vintage red truck led the way as members waved to the crowds, costumed to recall 1920s suffragettes in white d
Right to Petition the Government for a Redress of Grievances held June 14 at Kellogg-Hubbard Library concluded the League of Women Voters of Central Vermont's First Amendment series. It was an informative evening as Pro
A full house heard Naomi Schalit and John Christie tell us how to differentiate real from fake news. Christie gave a brief history of print and early television journalism, which required accuracy, and worked under a code of ethics.
At Legislative Day today we learned that S.260, which would have created a long-term funding approach for the Clean Water Fund and set up a Clean Water Authority to administer the program has been changed to be just a study of funding and po
Channel 17/Town Meeting TV teamed up with Seven Days weekly newspaper and the Champlain Valley League of Women Voters to host a live election forum of the Burlington mayoral candidates on Monday, February