Company officials saw sales rise as much as 500% as soon as Vermont declared a state of emergency.
Nearly 200 people signed in to an Agency of Commerce and Community Development town hall meeting to ask questions.
Directors of shared offices in Vermont are talking about creating a corporate membership that employers could offer workers.
Health guidelines will be issued next week, including requiring students and staff having daily temperature checks.
For some with outdoor seating, new guidelines offer a chance at getting closer to normal.
The new Flex PPP addresses many aspects of the loan-to-grant program that business owners — particularly restaurant owners — said made the program unusable.
Despite an outbreak of Covid-19 in Winooski that now numbers 34 cases, Gov. Scott loosened restrictions on travel and indoor dining.
Latest rash of fraudulent claims appears to be part of larger problem hitting many states, says interim commissioner
Officials also reported a cluster of coronavirus cases in Winooski has grown.
An industry research group says that adult recreational bike sales rose 121% in March over the year before. Sales of kids’ bikes rose more than 50%.
Scott sees plan for summer campers as a pilot project that will give the state insight on managing out-of-state tourists
Cathy Davis will take over in November for Tom Torti, who has led the organization since 2006 and will now focus on its foundation.
Attorney General TJ Donovan and Rep. Peter Welch hope the federal legislation passes as part of Covid-19 relief action.
Vermont governor reeled off rapid roundup of planned openings at the beginning of his regular Covid-19 press conference.