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Business & Economy
One man was killed and another individual injured when they were struck on a New England Central Railroad bridge near White River Junction by Amtrak’s Vermonter train late Friday morning, Nov. 27. Town of Hartford police identified the dead man as Nicolas Siciliano, 18, of Windsor. The identity of the other person, a male believed […]
A propane truck driver suffered severe “cold burns” on 30 percent of his body in an attempt to turn off the valve that had been left open.
In addition to the skate park, the city also recently refurbished the “decayed” and “disjointed” waterfront bike path.
Vermonters drive 20 percent more than the national average.
Job applicants say decline in manufacturing work has hurt their ability to find new employment.
Precision parts manufacturer alleges theft of propriety information and recruiting of employees to work for competition.
Town officials seek assistance with two Townshend Dam concerns that reach beyond town borders – a payment in lieu of taxes that’s been frozen since 1982, and silt accumulation that has rendered Townshend Lake unusable.
Vermont’s unemployment rate held steady at 3.7 percent in October, the state Department of Labor reported Friday. That’s the same seasonally adjusted number reported in September, the first month the state’s unemployment rate increased in a year. The national unemployment rate for October was 5.0 percent, the department said in a news release. The reported […]
Company says it has reached right-of-way agreements with 160 of 164 property owners along its Addison-Rutland pipeline route.
The Vermont Cannabis Collaborative says state should focus on craft-scale production, with some larger-scale and home-grown options as part of the mix.
Manufacturer of high-precision machined components and sub-assemblies to expand manufacturing facility, add jobs.
“You can’t just absorb cuts like this without having an impact,” said Alyssa Schuren, commissioner of the Department of Environmental Conservation, which incurred 14 vacancies.
With more than 100 projects worth more than $1 billion on the to-do list, and Vermont Health Connect’s trials fresh on their minds, Vermont officials look to improve IT project management.