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The Vermont Department of Public Service will hold public hearings on the State of Vermont Comprehensive Energy Plan.
Gov. Peter Shumlin announced today the allocation $1.8 million in tax credits to downtowns across the state to support nearly $30 million in building improvements.
Almost 93,000 Vermonters currently receive 3SquaresVT benefits (known nationally as SNAP), which, when added to income, lifted 26% of 3SquaresVT households out of poverty, ranking Vermont second in the nation for its program impact.
Sen. Patrick Leahy announced Wednesday that seven police departments across Vermont have been awarded grants totalling $1.3 million through the Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS) Hiring Program.
A Plymouth Recovery Benefit Concert in Plymouth to raise funds for Plymouth residents affected by Tropical Storm Irene will be held October 15 from 12:00 noon to 5:00 pm.
Extreme state Republican leadership settles on a strategy: Divide Vermonters and alienate other Republicans
The Vermont Republican Party has embraced the extremist partisan agenda of the Tea Party movement in response to Tropical Storm Irene.
The Vermont Medical Society Education and Research Foundation (VMSERF) announced today that it has been awarded a $130,000 grant from The Physicians Foundation to help fund the creation of a statewide Physicians’ Resource Center.
Gov. Peter Shumlin announced today that the U.S. Department of Agriculture has approved the administration’s request for natural disaster declaration assistance for farmers in all 14 counties in Vermont (Lamoille, Washington and Windham were named as contiguous disaster areas) to help with damage costs from storms and heavy rainfall that began in April.
To assist businesses in understanding the broad scope and key changes in the How America Invents Act, veteran patent attorney Lawrence H. Meier will present “The America Invents Act: How Patent Reform Affects Your Business” on Thursday, September 29 at 8 a.m.
Delegates from Vermont’s AFL-CIO State Labor Council elected Ben Johnson as President.