Murder suspects coming back to Vermont
Four people suspected in the beating of a man near a Burlington homeless encampment will be coming back to Vermont to face criminal charges, Lt. Shawn Burke of the Burlington Police Department said Tuesday. The man, Amos Beede, 38, of Milton later ...
4 Suspects in Homeless Camp Death to Return to Vermont
Glens Falls Post-Star
Police search Vermont quarry for man missing from Granville
Glens Falls Post-Star
State Police divers from New York and Vermont took to the deep water of the quarry just off Route 149, near where Schaff was last seen on Jan. 18, 2014. They searched water that was as deep as 80 feet, Vermont State Police Detective Sgt. Todd Wilkins ...
Divers search Vermont quarry in search for New York man missing since 2014
Vermont inspectors to take part in truck 'roadcheck'
MONTPELIER, Vt. (AP) - Commercial vehicle inspectors with the Vermont Department of Motor Vehicles will be participating in a three-day "International Roadcheck" to perform safety inspections on large trucks and buses. In the 72-hour period beginning ...
Utah Engineer Comes to Vermont to Discuss Plans for Mega-Village
By Hall's estimate, the 20,000-person development — a mash-up of Mormon principles and modern technology — won't happen in Vermont for at least several decades. But if it's a success, he told the commission, his foundation would keep going.
Keurig Green Mountain discontinues Keurig KOLD lays off over 100 employees
The Department of Labor is already working to provide rapid response services and connect affected workers with the many Vermont companies currently hiring and expanding. According to the Vermont Department of Labor, there are approximately 5,000 job ...
Keurig Abandons Cold Beverage System, Cuts 108 Vermont Jobs
Keurig Green Mountain to lay off more than 100 workers in Vermont
Keurig to Cut 100 Jobs in Vermont over Canceled Kold System
Avenging Pharma Bro: Vermont demands drug firms justify price hikes
"The reality is that we have pharmaceutical companies raising prices on lifesaving drugs 5,000 percent," Vermont's Shumlin said in a statement. "When asked about those outrageous increases, CEOs are literally laughing in front of Congress. That needs ...
5 arrested at Vermont natural gas pipeline protest
WILLISTON — Five people have been arrested following a protest against a natural gas pipeline. Dozens gathered in Williston early Monday morning at the work site. The protest was organized by the group Rising Tide Vermont. Police say one woman ...
5 Vermont Gas pipeline protesters arrested
Natural Gas Pipeline Project Draws Protesters in Vermont
Protesters arrested blocking Vermont Gas worksites
Vermont's GMO labeling law — taking on the 'natural' claim
In May 2014, the Vermont Legislature enacted Act 120, which requires the labeling of foods produced or partially produced with genetic engineering or containing genetically modified ingredients and prohibits the labeling of such foods as “natural.”.
Vermont's medical pot program just expanded
MONTPELIER, Vt. — Democratic Gov. Peter Shumlin has signed into law a bill expanding the medical conditions that can allow a Vermont patient to be prescribed marijuana for treatment of symptoms. Added to the list are patients with chronic pain ...
Governor signs bill expanding Vermont's medical marijuana law
Gov. Shumlin Declares June 7 'Vermont Gives' Day of Giving
Vermont becomes first state to require drug makers to justify price hikes
Pathways Vermont Receives Grant from the Vermont Community Foundation
Pathways Vermont recently received a $2,000 grant from the Vermont Community Foundation's Small and Inspiring grant program. The grant will allow The Wellness Co-op to provide a free community dinner every Wednesday at 5 pm and lunch on Thursdays ...