Dummerston voters on Tuesday reaffirmed their opposition to allowing Vernon to leave a regional school union due to Act 46 concerns. The next move in Windham Southeast Supervisory Union is unclear, though newly introduced legislation could have an impact.
Doctors, nurses and staffers have been undergoing retraining to use two new programs that emphasize mindfulness.
The state Agency of Transportation pegs March 13 as the day when northbound traffic will begin traveling over a new, long-delayed I-91 bridge.
The group gets some administrative aid from the state. But some argue that, with Vermont Yankee up for sale, it’s time for the panel to hire its own experts.
In more than 200 pages, NorthStar Group Services Inc. lays out its argument for buying the Vernon plant from Entergy. The company wants an NRC ruling by year’s end.
Lawmakers are renewing a push for reopening of the Vilas Bridge in Bellows Falls. They say New Hampshire, which owns most of it, has demonstrated “wanton neglect.”
The Public Service Board’s schedule for reviewing the transaction calls for two public hearings in Vernon – a response to those who had lobbied for more opportunities for comment.
A change in statute regarding “phantom students” contributed to a budget featuring staff cuts and a tax hike for the school in Townshend.
Lt. Anthony French, a 19-year Vermont State Police veteran, has assumed command of the Westminster barracks.
Missouri-based Peak Resorts is citing increases in skier visits and season pass sales, along with expected spring construction at the Dover resort.
Elizabeth Miller won’t be working for Entergy as the company seeks to sell the Vermont Yankee nuclear plant.
The Vernon nuclear plant’s decommissioning trust fund has decreased by about 15 percent since the end of 2014. But Entergy says its projects so far have been under budget and on schedule.
The presidents of the School for International Training and other institutions say they’re concerned about the impact of the order on their schools and their students.
The plan would increase the citizen advisory panel’s legislative representation while limiting it to lawmakers from Windham County. That means Sen. Mark MacDonald, D-Orange, a Vermont Yankee critic, could no longer be a member.