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Business & Economy
Mark Mitchell ousted after series of complaints by employees.
The earned interest that fuels programs to curb tobacco use will be left with a projected $149,411 balance by the end of fiscal year 2014.
A robotic milker lets the cows be milked when they are ready, increases production, decreases or eliminates the need for hired dairy workers and frees the farmer from a relentless milking schedule.
Dow is no longer selling the herbicide aminopyralid in the region after the chemical tainted compost sold by the Chittenden Solid Waste District.
Airline resumes daily flights from Burlington to Atlanta after nearly four-year hiatus.
Brig. Gen. Richard Harris confirmed that F-16 program in Vermont is going to end. The F-35 is the only mission alternative for the Air National Guard.
‘Operator’s privilege card’ will allow 1,500 migrant farm workers the opportunity to drive on Vermont roads when law takes effect Jan. 1.
State, business leaders re-evaluate the Vermont brand.
Posted in Business & Economy
New census figures used in environmental impact statement show 2,000 more people in noise zone. Vermont remains viable option, officials say. UPDATED with 2013 EIS and 2012 EIS drafts.
Pierre Sprey told hundreds of people at a citizen’s hearing Thursday night that the new F-35 fighter is louder and less safe than the F-16; revised EIS released