Tax preparer says recipients of premium tax credits through Vermont Health Connect will have their incomes “reconciled” at tax time.
The Vermont Student Assistance Corp. has sold $29.9 million in bonds to raise money to loan to Vermont students. The loans can be used in the 2014-2015 school year by Vermont students attending colleges in the U.S. or abroad, or by out-of-state students attending Vermont institutions. Undergraduate and graduate students can qualify for the Vermont […]
After an initial postponement, the Legislative Committee on Administrative Rules unanimously passed the 360-page revision of Vermont’s health care regulations. The rules went before LCAR two weeks ago, but the committee postponed the vote to settle a disagreement in the interpretation of a section of the rules between the state and Vermont Legal Aid. Vermont […]
The hospital has applied for a certificate of need from the Green Mountain Care Board.
Police encountered less unsafe driving this Fourth of July weekend but did respond to two fatal crashes, including one involving a lawn mower operator, according to state police. The Independence Day holiday is one of the deadliest of the year because of drunken driving, police said. Officers responded to 61 car crashes this year, up […]
This article is by the Bennington Banner, in which it was first published Jule 8, 2014. BENNINGTON — Patients can now see a rheumatologist at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center in Lebanon, N.H. without having to leave Bennington. Southwestern Vermont Medical Center announced Monday that since June many patients have been able to see Dr. Daniel Albert, […]