From the Courtroom to you: Day 1

From the Courtroom to you: Day 1

The first day of the Entergy vs. Vermont court case was a roller coaster. I went in with great optimism, feeling that the law is on the state’s side and that justice will prevail. Then I met Entergy’s corporate lawyer team.

Read More

Vermonters Come Together to Rebuild

In the aftermath of the devastating flood that ravaged so much of our state, Vermonters are coming together to help their neighbors and rebuild. It is a testament to the resiliency and strength of our communities.

Read More

Victory in Barre-common sense wins.

Last month the Barre Development Review Board voted 6-0 to deny a local midwife’s request to operate a small office out of her home after hearing from neighbors who argued that “women — particularly pregnant women — would have difficulty safely backing out of (the midwife’s) driveway.” After hearing this, VPIRG invited our members to ...

Read More

VPIRG organizes bottle drive to support local swim team

Our state’s Bottle Bill program has not only proven to be an amazing tool for recycling, but it also provides a resource for community groups, like the Waterbury Rapids Swim Team, who depend on bottle drives to help fund their programs. While 5 cents might not seem like a lot, it adds up for community ...

Read More

VY Preliminary Injunction denied!

VY Preliminary Injunction denied!

Minutes ago Judge J. Garvan Murtha sided with the state of Vermont, denying Entergy Lousiana its request for a Preliminary Injunction (PI) to keep Vermont Yankee open past its expiration date while the court case proceeds.

Read More