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Vermont's maple syrup output this year nearly matched last year's record, according to the USDA, driven largely by a continuing increase in the number of taps.The state produced 1.98 million gallons in the most recent season, slightly behind the … more
BENNINGTON — NSK Steering Systems America will use some $200,000 awarded through a state job training and workforce development program to bolster its workforce.The site's Bennington Manufacturing Center of Excellence will "broaden the … more
CRAFTSBURY — The commissioner of the Vermont Environmental Conservation Department is expected to release language for a proposed rule aimed at solving a clash between a rowing center and cottage owners over use of Great Hosmer Pond.The … more
MONTPELIER — The Vermont Department for Children and Families will be able to fully support a "last resort" public assistance housing program despite a budget cut that led officials to warn advocates only three months of funding would be … more
The Associated PressMONTPELIER — Vermont budget experts say the state is expected to take in almost $29 million less in the general fund in the current fiscal year than had been forecast in May, the state's Emergency Board was told Friday.Of … more
BURLINGTON — Republican activist and attorney Brady Toensing is challenging an assertion by Jane Sanders that she left Burlington College in good financial standing.In a Boston Globe article published Saturday, Sanders said that before she … more
1.0 Purpose1.1 To establish guidelines for the creation and dissemination of press releases and interactions with media and the public1.2 It is the intention of the Vermont State Police to be open and transparent with the public and the media, in … more
MONTPELIER — Vermont Republican Gov. Phil Scott said Thursday he remained committed to meeting the state's long-term goal of getting 90 percent of its energy from renewable sources by 2050, and to help accomplish that goal he created a … more
MONTPELIER — A special state panel looking at the future of public safety communications technology has voted to shop around for vendors before signing on with an agreement between a federal program and AT&T.The Vermont Public Safety … more
VERMONT — Swaths of leafless, gray-brown trees are discoloring the normally verdant forests in some parts of Vermont this summer.The defoliation is caused by an outbreak of forest tent caterpillars, which occur about every 10 years. The … more
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