Sonnax Industries says there were “no actual economic losses” when its workers bought the company in 2011. Federal regulators allege the company violated the law.
At a meeting Monday in Brattleboro, legislators discussed drastic impacts on health care, education and transportation if the president’s proposed budget is enacted.
The Bellows Falls telecommunications company will be merged with FirstLight Fiber, which says it doesn’t expect any loss of Vermont jobs.
Voters in Windham Central Supervisory Union accepted one school district merger but rejected another. In Windham Northeast, a merger of four towns failed.
After receiving multiple requests, Nuclear Regulatory Commission officials have agreed to come and take questions about the Vernon plant’s proposed license transfer.
The supervisory union’s Act 46 study committee has decided not to push for a controversial merger vote. Instead, it will ask the State Board of Education for advice on how to move forward.
Some are hopeful that a community center concept could fill the space with a variety of tenants. The effort was named one of Windham County’s most “vital projects.”
Processing for applications in Windham and Windsor counties took an average of 50 days last year, the longest of all nine districts in the state.
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.
Brattleboro’s weekend Harris Hill competition drew a slate of global athletes who said they best knew the state as the home of Bernie Sanders.
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.
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.”