“We are pleased to see some year-over-year revenue growth but continue to be concerned the economy is growing at a rate lower than expected,” said Administration Secretary Susanne Young.
Vermont’s rate remains lower than the national unemployment rate, 4.2 percent.
Kelly Pawlak from Mount Snow Resort will run the National Ski Areas Association, based in Colorado.
Gov. Phil Scott signed on to a letter with a bipartisan group of peers in reaction to President Trump’s order ending payments that support insurance for low-income customers.
The state will be able to give low-income people more money to heat their homes this winter, in part because fewer families are asking for the help.
The state is among more than a dozen suing the president to maintain subsidies called cost-sharing reductions, which help 13,000 Vermont residents afford their insurance.
Dr. John Brumsted says the UVM Health Network and OneCare Vermont are about coordinating patient care across the state.
President Donald Trump announced his intention to defund a program called cost-sharing reduction that helps low-income sick people get medical care.
For the first time in seven years, the Burlington-based hospital did not earn a place in the top 20 academic medical centers in the country.
The governor said the state has defended against millions of “potentially malicious” cyberattacks in 2017 alone.
Members of the Green Mountain Care Board are questioning whether Copley Hospital in Morrisville is performing so many surgeries that it is violating a 2016 permit.
John Treadwell, who has prosecuted high-profile cases including the one against Jody Herring, will be a Superior Court judge.
The Committee on Temporary Shelter in Burlington is dropping the case managers who help homeless families get long-term help. A smaller number of new positions will focus on short-term needs.
Todd Moore will remain a senior vice president for the UVM Medical Center and the CEO of OneCare Vermont, while adding a role as the CEO of Adirondacks ACO.