City leaders hope to lure people attending a Women’s World Cup ski racing event in Killington over the Thanksgiving Day weekend.
The murder of 81-year-old Helen Jones in January was “a tipping point” for residents.
Radio Vermont Group sales director Steve Cormier is buying the legendary local radio station and its affiliates.
Experts say the effects of climate change in the next 50 years could severely hurt Vermont’s maple syrup producers, while helping dairy farmers thrive.
A discussion over revisions to the Pownal Town Plan drew a large crowd, particularly residents of mobile home parks.
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.
Some City Council members are crying foul at the withdrawal of one of the bids, saying their trust was violated.
Vermont’s unemployment rate fell slightly to 3 percent in August, dropping one-tenth of a percentage point from the July rate.
Developers say the purchase is a “significant milestone” in creating a dynamic downtown for the community.
Champlain College’s cybersecurity guru Duane Dunston says if your identity has been compromised, take steps now to protect your utility, retirement and bank accounts.
The college’s investments grew 14.6 percent last year.
The Vermont Outdoor Recreation Economic Collaborative was formed earlier this year by an executive order from Gov. Phil Scott.
A National Weather Service transmitter in Marlboro will stop broadcasting Friday, likely leaving some listeners without access to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s radio alerts.
Bennington’s would be the first tax-increment financing district south of U.S. Route 4, and the state’s first since 2013.