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Business & Economy
A southbound Amtrak passenger train derailed Monday morning near Vermont 12A in Northfield.
As the state reviews Comcast’s cable license, PEG TV stations come under scrutiny.
Tanker cars parked on a railroad siding in Charlotte prompted activists to question whether crude oil was being shipped via Vermont rails. It’s not, but safety is still a concern.
State’s largest telecom is foundering, needs major improvements, residents say. Complaints include slow Internet speeds and poor service.
Matt Farnham works closely with Creative Workforce Solutions in Morrisville to explore job opportunities and ways to develop potential employees.
Vermont’s state employees’ union is raising money for the children of a social worker who was shot and killed this summer while leaving work. Lara Sobel, an employee of the Department for Children and Families, was killed as she left work on Friday in early August. Her alleged killer, Jody Herring, is facing charges in […]
Some Burlington residents are questioning a pilot program to reduce a section of North Avenue from four lanes to two to accommodate bicycles.
At first, organizer Daphne Cybele wished to donate diapers herself …but she quickly learned there wasn’t an easy way to go about it in the state.
Data from the three-year experiment will be sent to the federal government for analysis. From there, the USDA could decide to change the restrictions on funding for SNAP to better reach the populations that need it.
Just in time for holiday shopping, Keurig Green Mountain has begun the sale of its new cold beverage system. The maker of the Keurig hot beverage system announced Wednesday that it will sell its Keurig KOLD system for $369.99. The system will brew cold beverages using pods similar to its disposable K-Cup hot beverage units. […]
“It’s not just in an emergency anymore,” Judy Stermer of the Vermont Foodbank said. “Food insecurity is an ongoing problem.”
For the second time this year, Vermont’s food stamp program received a bonus from the federal government. Vermont’s branch of the federal supplemental nutrition assistance program (SNAP) received $252,344 in recognition of the high rate at which Vermonters who are eligible for the benefit use the program. The bonuses, from the U.S. Department of Agriculture, […]
The Parks Commission is urging the Burlington City Council to support the ban, which is before the Ordinance Committee.
With green building a hot topic in Windham County, the Vermont Council on Rural Development is hosting a Climate Change Economy forum Oct. 6 in Brattleboro.