AARP Vermont says the MOU will hurt Chittenden and Franklin county ratepayers who will pay $134 million for a project they won’t benefit from.
The VTDigger website went down last Thursday afternoon because of a denial of service attack on our hosting service network.
A proposal to build a large development off Exit 4 in Randolph would need to conserve 110 acres of agricultural land, a state agency says, which is more than is available at the site.
Vermont Gov. Peter Shumlin announced Thursday that he will marry Katie Hunt within the next year.
Reardon has been a key leader in the state’s financial management and has served under five governors. Jenn Hollar, the commissioner of the Department of Housing and Community Development, is also leaving the Shumlin administration.
Lt. Gov Phil Scott made official Tuesday what has long been assumed — he will run for Vermont governor as a Republican in 2016.
The child was taken by the grandmother shortly after the Department for Children and Families attempted to take custody of the child.
Google executive raises $200,000 for campaign, hires four staffers and holds 19 community forums in six weeks.
Hillary Clinton has lost 30 percent of her support since May, according to a Bloomberg Politics/Des Moines Register Iowa poll.
The Washington County senator wants much tougher financial disclosure rules and the formation of an ethics panel that would be protected from political bias.
Letter urges commissioners and secretaries to plan for spending at fiscal year 2016 levels. Human services and education expenditures are expected to put more pressure on the 2017 budget.
Lipton’s talk will feature highlights from his groundbreaking series of articles about the corporate lobbying of state attorneys general and the money-fueled world of influence in which they operate.
Tom Little, acting special legal counsel to the investigation, is now seeking additional requests for information.