Now that Bradford has approved retail cannabis sales, a couple hopes to open the store next to a martial arts studio. Selling marijuana “can only bring prosperity,” Kendall Gendron confidently states.
Feds make Vermont McDonald’s, Dunkin’ Donuts pay big $$ for teen labor violations
For the second time in about two months, the federal government has forced a Vermont McDonald’s franchise to write a big check due to teen labor infractions.
As Bradford votes on legal cannabis today, Vermont marketed as marijuana destination state
Cannabis enthusiasts are marketing Vermont marijuana stores to tourists.
Hobby Lobby to open store in Berlin Mall
A popular craft chain with 900 stores nationwide, Hobby Lobby will be one of two ‘anchors’ in the Berlin Mall.
Jay Peak sells for $76 million
After years of turmoil, Jay Peak is entering a new era.
Settlement: Abuse, neglect at Rutland nursing home
The Vermont Attorney General’s Office has reached a settlement with an operator of four Rutland nursing homes.
Vermont gun sales down
Gun sales are down this year in Vermont, although not as steeply as the rest of the country.
Zero-interest loans for BIPOC Vermonters
The Vermont Community Loan Fund hopes its new BIPOC-only fund will shrink the Wealth Gap.
Electric aircraft builder gets 75-year lease at Burlington airport
A cutting-edge electric aircraft builder employing hundreds of people now has a 75-year lease at the Burlington International Airport.
Bolt e-bike ride-sharing bolts from Burlington
A national e-bike ridesharing service has pulled out of Vermont. Too much regulation, too little, or something else?