The governor condemned Mylan for raising prices on its EpiPen but defended the company as a good Vermont employer.
Officials said it’s more important than ever for drug users and the people close to them to have naloxone, commonly referred to by the brand name Narcan.
He is accused of using drugs — either providing or withholding them — threats and violence to coerce six women as young as 19 into prostitution.
“The picture of their blue, lifeless bodies, playing over and over again in my head, will never leave me peace,” Penny Thibault wrote to reporters.
Four northwestern Vermont women were convicted last week of defrauding Medicaid out of $100,000 over a five-year period, according to the attorney general’s office. The four women perpetrated a scheme wherein they submitted false timesheets to ARIS Solutions, the payroll company for the Vermont Children’s Personal Care Program, a Medicaid program that provides caregivers to […]
The addition of five detectives comes as synthetic opiates are being blamed for a spike in overdoses.
Don Sinex, the developer of the Burlington Mall, will not get a reduction in property taxes because of tax increment financing.
The lawsuit asserts that four wholesalers realized more than $100 million in illegal profits by conspiring to keep gas prices artificially high in Chittenden, Franklin and Grand Isle counties.
Both sides moved closer on their offers during a Wednesday mediation session, according to the school board.
A new assessment dropped the value of Burlington’s properties in South Burlington to $52 million, from $77 million.
The Burlington Business Association hired Montpelier lobbying firm KSE Partners to help advocate for the Town Center proposal and other development.
Thirty days after the fact-finding report is delivered to the two sides, the board will have the option to impose contract terms, and teachers will have the option to strike in response.
Some are questioning whether the Burlington School District would be in compliance with educational standards after planned reductions in librarian positions.
BURLINGTON — The owner of One Burlington Square, a downtown office building at the corner of College and Pine streets, plans to redevelop that space, according to city officials. The owner, Investors Corporation of Vermont, plans to add additional covered parking to the first floor and add an additional floor to the building, in order […]