Sen. Patrick Leahy to vote against extension and continuing budget resolution.
The school will now be known as The Robert Larner, M.D. College of Medicine at The University of Vermont.
Conor Casey, the party director, says the GOP candidate must divest his share in the company in order to address conflict of interest issues.
A lawyer who worked for the resort is among several contributors who gave at a time when regulators were asking questions in 2014. Leahy says he will donate the lawyer’s $5,000 if the man did “something inappropriate.”
Live video streaming of the forum from the Statehouse will be available through ORCA Media and via Facebook.
The bill provides greater flexibility for defrauded investors to reinvest in amended or new projects.
Police are investigating the stabbing death of 22-year-old Ryan Durkin of South Burlington. Durkin was stabbed at the Champlain Valley Fair on Monday, according to a press release from the Essex Police. Police arrested 20-year-old Jacob St. Amour of Williston, who is a suspect in the case, on Monday. He is scheduled to be arraigned in […]
The former CEO of Jay Peak will provide assistance to the receiver on an “as-needed” basis.
A civil penalty is left to future resolution. Jay Peak CEO is barred from participating in EB-5 projects.
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Jerry Davis of PeakCM says he is cooperating with federal investigators.
The federal court must approve the deal. The money would be used to support operations at the ski resort and settle claims.
An investigation by VTDigger confirms discrepancies between what the developers promised investors and what they actually built.