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Byline: By Colin Meyn

Vermont businesses that have been hit hardest by the COVID-19 pandemic will be able to apply for up to $50,000 in emergency support on July 6, the...

As Vermont again reported zero new cases out of 700 tests conducted on Sunday, Health Commissioner Mark Levine began Monday’s press conference...

MONTPELIER — Gov. Phil Scott announced Monday that his administration will begin a “gradual reopening” of the retail sector starting on May 18...

Vermont’s Department of Public Service has a new idea for connecting rural towns to basic cell service: ask the localities to pay for it themselves...

Montpelier — Republican Gov. Phil Scott will let an abortion bill that has been a signature achievement of this year’s Legislature pass into law...

Vermont State Police say the cause of a trooper’s collapse in March remains unknown after laboratory and medical testing; however, the initial...

The Senate gave initial approval on Thursday to a bill that would require a 24-hour waiting period for handgun sales, drawing criticism from both...

When Vermont asked for “creative solutions” in an August request for proposals to expand cell coverage to rural corners of the state, at least one...

Bennington Town Manager Stuart Hurd says he will hire an outside consultant to review the practices, policies and procedures of the local police...

If your car was made more than 10 years ago, you soon may not have to worry about meeting emissions standards when your car is inspected — if a...

Montpelier — The state Department of Labor will offer essential federal employees unemployment insurance amid the longest government shutdown in...

Gov. Phil Scott has appointed Tom Huebner, who stepped down in March as the head of Rutland Regional Medical Center, to “evaluate, monitor and...

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