Ed Read was appointed to the seat formerly held by Adam Greshin, who has taken a post in the administration. Like Greshin, Read is an independent.
News Release — Mad River Food Hub Sept. 8, 2017 Contact: Robin Morris, President Mad River Food Hub (802) 498-7379; [email protected] Contact: Philip Tortora, Communications Director Vermont Department of Tourism and Marketing (802) 522-7323; [email protected] WAITSFIELD, Vt. – Food business incubator Mad River Food Hub has opened the Mad River Taste Place in Waitsfield, a […]
The school district superintendent blamed the roofing contractor. School officials are looking at options for resuming classes, including using space at Sugarbush resort.
The discovery of misplaced burial sites, unusual but not unheard of among Vermont cemetery caretakers, kicked off a process that local officials and the family that owns the plot hope to conclude soon.
Paddlers in a river-borne protest called for an end to “combined sewage overflows,” in which city wastewater systems send untreated sewage to rivers and lakes in heavy rains.
The locally owned pharmacies are selling to the regional chain, which is guaranteeing the jobs of current employees who want to stay on.
The prosecutor asked for Randal Gebo, 61, to be held without bail. Gebo was arrested in Illinois more than a week after Cindy Cook’s body was found July 13.
As the Veterans’ Place looks to hold onto federal funding that covers the majority of its budget, the Northfield facility’s approach to drug and alcohol use could be making that more difficult.
Howard Hoisington was part of a group that doused a man and woman in gasoline while demanding drugs. When someone pulled out a lighter, the room burst into flames.
But the governor said he prefers to pay for Vermont’s share of the federally mandated Lake Champlain cleanup from more money coming into state coffers “organically” through economic growth.
Officials from the UVM Health Network asked the Green Mountain Care Board to approve a budget that would yield $1.4 billion in revenue and emphasize keeping people healthy.
News Release — Green Mountain Transit June 28, 2017 Contact: Mark A. Sousa [email protected] 802-864-2282 Montpelier, VT– As part of a continued community outreach effort, Green Mountain Transit (GMT) is hosting a diaper-drive event to benefit Family Center of Washington County. “GMT is always striving to do our part in the community,” says General Manager, […]
The paper is pulling its southern Vermont reporters into Rutland County, while it and its sister paper in Barre prepare to resume charging for online content.
They say existing laws aren’t enforced vigorously enough, and they want the man who is accused of shooting the horse with an arrow to face jail time if he is convicted.