Now in its second year, Bat Week is intended to raise attention to the plight of bats, and their importance to us all.
Instead of trying to control drug prices through government force, Sen. Bernie Sanders and others concerned about drug affordability should focus on reducing out-of-pocket spending.
Documentation exists that at least 39,432 people were asked to leave Vermont towns between 1786 and 1816.
The state’s assets currently meet 75.1 percent of the total obligation to the state employees’ retirement system. For the teachers’ fund, the state has 58.6 percent of the total need.
In its first quarterly inspection since removing resident inspectors from Vermont Yankee, the NRC approves new water-storage facility; OKs plans for a second spent fuel pad; and listed “no findings of safety significance.”
Marijuana use impairs social functions, may increase psychotic symptoms and makes car accidents more likely, research shows.
News Release — Lt. Governor’s Office Oct. 30, 2015 Saturday, October 31 7:00 AM-1:00 PM: Eleventh annual Wheels for Warmth tire drop-off and sale, Middlesex and Mendon. 6:30 PM: March in Rutland Halloween Parade Wednesday, November 4 7:50-8:00 AM: Call-In: WCVR Radio “Morning Show with Ray Kimball” Thursday, November 5 7:10-8:10 AM: WVMT “Charlie, Ernie […]
News Release — Governor’s Office Oct. 30, 2015 Monday, November 2 10:30 a.m. Press Conference with Congressman Peter Welch, Revision, 7 Corporate Drive, Essex Junction 8:00 p.m. Attend Vermont Arts Council Governor’s Arts Awards Celebration Vermont College of Fine Arts, Alumni Hall, Montpelier Tuesday, November 3 Meetings in Montpelier. No public appearances scheduled. Wednesday, November […]
The Public Service Department is asking the Public Service Board to investigate the noise concerns near wind turbines in Sheffield that were built in 2011.
Preliminary testing soils removed from the waterfront show polychlorinated biphenyls (PCB) levels exceeding the state’s limits as set by the Agency of Natural Resources.
This week’s Young Writer’s Project entry is “Afflicted/Breaking/Broken” by Alexandra Contreras-Montesano, a freshman at Burlington High School.
On appeal of the Environmental Division’s division, Appellants took the belt-and-suspenders approach, arguing both procedural and substantive errors were made at the trial court level.
State officials are hopeful as Vermont’s checkered health care exchange website prepares for 2016 enrollment, which starts Sunday.
Federal sanctions on our schools and districts remain, and we worry that this inappropriate use of tests is both eroding their utility as measures of progress and perhaps discouraging some of the learning and innovative thinking we most want to support.