Live call-in discussion: By 2030, the number of Vermonters over 65 will grow by 50 percent. Baby boomers rarely do things the same way their parents did, and retirement is no exception. We're looking at how this generation of Vermonters is redefining what it means to grow old.
Death Behind Bars
On October 15, Vermont inmate Roger Brown died of metastatic cancer at the prison infirmary in Camp Hill, Pennsylvania. He wrote in his diary that prison medical staff provided him with ibuprofen, Tylenol and gel shoe inserts to manage his pain and never told him about the cancer that was causing it.
- Feds Approve Regional EB-5 Center For Mount Snow
- After DOJ Warning, Vermont Officials Say Policing Policies Are In Line With Federal Law
- Citing ‘Sanctuary Policies,’ Justice Department Says Vermont And Burlington Could Lose Funds
- Jody Herring Sentenced To Life Without Parole
- New Fee On All Land Parcels In Vermont Proposed To Fund Water Quality Projects
With Thanksgiving on the way, many of us are looking up recipes for pumpkin pie. While pumpkins certainly make great pies, other types of winter squash make wonderful pies, too.
We aren't endorsing it, but ... if Vermont did manage to secede from the United States, how would we fare?
Why do we have daylight saving time? And why are days longer in summer and shorter in winter? Daylight saving time is really just a trick. At least, so says Michael Downing, author of Spring Forward: The Annual Madness of Daylight Saving Time. He's our guest in this episode and he explains the reasons behind this semi-annual ritual of moving the clocks forward and back.
Completing a week when Vermont Edition has heard from all of the state's congressional delegation, Sen. Bernie Sanders joins us on the program.