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Byline: By ANNE WALLACE ALLEN

MONTPELIER — Vermont Gov. Phil Scott stepped into the widening information void formed by a huge state Department of Labor data breach on Wednesday...

Some national companies are already working to determine how their workers will be vaccinated and whether employers can require it. But in Vermont,...

Vermont lawmakers allocated $2 million Tuesday for a program that hasn’t yet been approved: mail-in Town Meeting Day voting.The Joint Fiscal...

For 310 milking goats, a Hyde Park dairy farm was the end of a long journey last weekend in a truck from Wisconsin.But that Sunday arrival was the...

The Legislature’s Joint Fiscal Committee has steered an additional $75 million into grants intended to help Vermont’s hospitality businesses...

Ski resorts vow winter reopenings

8/23/20

As summer draws to a close, Vermont ski areas are broadcasting high expectations for opening this winter.COVID-19 continues to claim about 1,000 U...

A collision of social forces, some related to COVID-19, has prompted a wave of migration into Vermont this year.While nobody knows for sure how...

Vermont to open public schools in fall

6/11/20

Vermont’s K-12 schools will open for in-person instruction this fall, state officials announced Wednesday. Students and staff will undergo a health...

MONTPELIER — Gov. Phil Scott dropped some tantalizing news for restaurant owners Wednesday, hinting that COVID-19 suppression is going so well in...

Even before COVID-19 arrived, shelter dogs were so scarce in southern Vermont that people were willing to pay $500 and drive 150 miles to pick up...

The COVID-19 pandemic has thrown into sharp relief some of the forces that make the work experience unfair.Many of the occupations that bring...

MONTPELIER — Yard sales received the go-ahead from state officials May 19, as long as groups stay under 10 and practice social distancing. Low...

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