Two former GOP lawmakers have been named one of Vermont’s Act 250 review boards.
The federal government has authorized the Vermont Department for Children and Families (DCF) and Agency of Education (AOE) to provide temporary food benefits to students (Pre-K to grade 12) who would normally receive free or reduced-price meals at school.
Federal millions$$ once ticketed for Vermont’s 14 county governments will instead be given to cities and towns.
A sugarhouse near an historic site and a firearms shop expansion both faced unexpected, questionable opposition during the Act 250 review process, according to today’s Burlington Free Press.
Gov. Phil Scott stands behind the need for equity and diversity training of state employees, but said he is unaware of any plans to implement an ‘equity audit’ on state employees.
A former Employee of the Year in Vermont state government says his job is in jeopardy because he questions mandatory ‘equity and diversity’ training he says was racist, sexist and anti-nuclear family.
A revenue surplus powered by a resurgent state economy has added $52 million to the state pension fund.
Two Vermont State Game Wardens were recognized by Governor Phil Scott and Fish and Wildlife Commissioner Louis Porter today in Montpelier for their exceptional performance. Warden Asa Sargent of Hartland received the […]
Vermont’s cut of a national legal settlement with opioid manufacturers is about $60 million.
A state analyst says the State of Vermont is moving too quickly on its plan to replace its decrepit unemployment insurance computer.