Editorials

Last week multiple community organizations, individuals, volunteers and local officials got together to relaunch the Mad River Valley Housing Coalition. The effort brings together several disparate ...

Arduous, time-consuming and difficult work faces the elected members of the Harwood Unified Union School District Board and the members of its various subcommittees who are working on school district ...

Guest editorial by Vermont Secretary of State Jim Condos for Sunshine Week 2019 Regardless of the difference in responsibilities of their positions, from local select boards to the governor to the ...

A little over a week ago, The Valley Reporter posted an item on its Facebook page announcing another free laundry day at the Waitsfield Laundromat, courtesy of Waitsfield United Church of Christ, ...

Burlington Police Chief Brandon del Pozo refuses to identify a driver who hit and killed a pedestrian in the North End earlier this month. The chief says the driver won’t be charged with a crime, ...

Lack of affordable and workforce housing have been identified as critical issues in The Valley going back almost three decades. The problem has worsened over time rather than improved. The issue has ...

  While the staff of The Valley Reporter loves bringing local news, views and events to our readers every week, we really love making this annual dog issue! When we reach out to readers asking ...
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