Constrained by a tight budget, Brattleboro Retreat administrators are overhauling their medical-billing operations and have started an in-depth review of all hospital programs.
Increasing demand and decreasing space spurred Groundworks Collaborative to move a seasonal overflow shelter to the former Austine School campus.
Preservationists are working to save Birchdale Camp, the last structure on the historic Turner homestead in Grafton. The Turner story is a key part of the Vermont African American Heritage Trail.
A multi-company deal sealed at the end of July has placed Stratton Mountain Resort under the ownership of a new company that controls a dozen resorts in the U.S. and Canada.
Officials gave VTDigger a glimpse of the process as crews and a tracked transporter called Cletus moved the plant’s 19th loaded cask.
Federal regulators say Great River Hydro’s studies for the Wilder, Bellows Falls and Vernon dams were incomplete. The company is seeking license renewals for the dams.
Motorcycle-riding business evaluators came to town Wednesday as part of their weeklong trek to hear entrepreneurs make the case for investment to expand their businesses.
NorthStar Group Services has signed a contract for preliminary work it says could hasten decommissioning and save $12 million. Regulators have not yet approved the sale.
NorthStar Group Services is now owned by the private equity firm J.F. Lehman & Co. The deal is said to have pumped more resources into NorthStar.
Vermont Yankee administrators say they’ve fired an employee who failed to test radiation monitoring equipment last year, and they’ve found no evidence of other such problems at the plant.
Entergy and NorthStar Group Services say worries about additional contamination at the Vernon nuclear plant and potential cost overruns are “pure speculation.”
A 20- to 25-unit apartment building is proposed at the former Austine School campus. It would house residents still living in a flood-prone area that was damaged by Tropical Storm Irene in 2011.
Regulators issued a revised schedule that postpones a public meeting four months, to early January. Officials say the delay is necessary due to a time-consuming discovery process.
Four schools in Vermont, New Hampshire and Massachusetts have agreed to create an education and training consortium meant to boost the green economy in the wake of the nuclear plant’s closure.