Retail, health care and restaurants together added about 3,000 jobs in June, accounting for two-thirds of the total job growth in Vermont.
The new guidance caps capacity at child care facilities to no more than 25 children and teachers, total, in a single room.
Following Gov. Phil Scott’s decision to allow for a ‘gradual reopening,’ a number of city retailers are working to put precautions in place so they can open next week.
Food outlets, bookstores and general stores are among those offering pickup or delivery to their customers.
After riding decades of changing whims and a drastically altered retail landscape, Danforth Pewter is expanding its reach.
In Poultney, more than 500 people signed a statement saying they wouldn’t shop at a Dollar General in town. Another developer withdrew similar plans in Pittsford amid opposition.
Mall owners will begin to apply for the necessary permit this month. There is no timeline for completion of the project.
A 2013 study found that 67 percent of all consumer and business transactions were conducted by plastic and that number is only increasing. So why have Vermont’s small businesses failed to adapt?