The University of Vermont Medical Center will pay for a clinical team to work on a helicopter that serves patients across Vermont and New York.
The maker of EpiPen is settling a case alleging fraud.
Sue Minter, who lost her bid for governor in 2016, said she has no plans to run for governor in 2018.
Officials say the Governor’s Marijuana Advisory Commission will focus on ‘how’ to legalize marijuana, not ‘if.’
Gov. Phil Scott said a special prosecutor who would investigate the state’s role in the Jay Peak fraud “could be beneficial.” He also questioned whether the state should claim immunity from lawsuits.
Lauren Morrissey said the university tried to keep her from talking about the assault while the case was under investigation.
Mike Fisher, the state’s top health care advocate, and Susan Aranoff, a disability advocate, have raised antitrust concerns about OneCare Vermont.
Staffing levels were one of the main issues the union brought up during the bargaining process.
State regulators made changes to budgets for Copley, Brattleboro Memorial and Northeastern Vermont Regional hospitals and Northwestern Medical Center.
Parker Riehle, the president and CEO of the Vermont Ski Areas Association, has backed out of a job offer to run the National Ski Areas Association.
Vermont’s unemployment rate fell slightly to 3 percent in August, dropping one-tenth of a percentage point from the July rate.
At an event at Harvard’s School of Public Health on Tuesday, former Gov. Peter Shumlin spoke about why he was unable to deliver on single-payer health care.
A judge in Washington Superior Court’s Civil Division ordered the Vermont Information Technology Leaders to produce a uncensored contract under the Vermont Public Records Act.
The Agency of Human Services, Department of Corrections and Department of Mental Health are accused of discriminating against a woman who was put in solitary confinement. The court had ordered psychiatric care.