Researchers at UVM working with a Harvard-led team call for more forest and farmland conservation
A 5k fun run on Sunday organized by Montpelier High School students raised money for social justice organizations.
The new rules are designed to help reduce the number of bear-human conflicts.
For the first time in a decade and a half, all 14 Vermont counties can offer opioid addiction treatment without a wait.
Former lobbyist and environmental activist Theo Fetters gets the nod.
The school district superintendent blamed the roofing contractor. School officials are looking at options for resuming classes, including using space at Sugarbush resort.
After two high-profile internet threats last year, Vermont schools review and commit to safety procedures.
UVM and Vermont humanities groups get federal money to tell the story of changing agricultural demographics.
At its first meeting the advisory board discussed ways to improve police traffic stop data collection, including tracking new categories of information.
The locally owned pharmacies are selling to the regional chain, which is guaranteeing the jobs of current employees who want to stay on.
Aid-in-dying supporters said the agreement about what doctors must tell patients makes the law confusing.
Officials from the UVM Health Network asked the Green Mountain Care Board to approve a budget that would yield $1.4 billion in revenue and emphasize keeping people healthy.
The limitations of the oversight committee’s role were central to its debate over the controversial proposal.
Even if marijuana is legalized in Vermont, businesses and individuals would still need to navigate a thorny road because of federal prohibition.