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Business & Economy
An official with the Public Service Department said a half a dozen complaints have been received.
The $220 million proposed redevelopment of the Town Center mall spurred the creation of the district.
Officials reviewing an application for a store in a small town north of Rutland want more information on the frequency of truck deliveries as well as the size and loaded weight of the vehicles.
The Vermont Air National Guard will spend $39.8 million upgrading its facilities at the state’s largest airport. The Guard accepted a contract bid from Kubricky Construction Corp., a company in upstate New York, to replace the apron and upgrade the taxiway at its base at Burlington International Airport in South Burlington. Construction will take two […]
Mayor Miro Weinberger says there are a number of advantages to having city residents vote on the new zoning in November.
A new coalition of a dozen Vermont groups wants state lawmakers to boost minimum pay to $15 an hour.
A developer is proposing a 9,100-square-foot Dollar General in Pittsford. The local Act 250 commission began its review of the application this week.
It would be repaid with a portion of new, additional property tax revenue the city is due to receive on the Town Center redevelopment.
An upcoming summit hosted by Rutland Young Professionals, a group committed to the region’s economic revitalization, looks to inspire, inform and knock out some misperceptions.
Officials say the program has committed to $4.8 million in grants, loans and incentives so far, resulting in the projected creation or retention of hundreds of jobs.
The state and the city of St. Albans pitched in to help PeakCM develop hotel.
Justin Johnson will head a new international climate policy initiative in the Montpelier lobbying firm MMR.
The event connected 90 small manufacturers with larger, out-of-state companies to help them land contracts.
Vermont’s unemployment rate rose slightly in August to 3.3 percent, an increase of 0.1 percentage point over July’s rate. Vermont’s unemployment rate increase is not considered statistically significant, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, which analyzes labor data across the country. The national unemployment rate was 4.9 percent in August. Vermont had the […]