The state is encouraging you to visit Vermont state parks and historic sites by offering free admission this weekend. Tomorrow is also free fishing day for Vermonters and nonresidents to fish without a license. Aside from the
The Vermont Senate has approved the second budget bill of the year, but it faces a likely veto from Governor Phil Scott. The Senate suspended the rules today and voted 22-3 in favor of the budget bill.
The Vermont House approved its second budget bill of the year yesterday, but Governor Phil Scott has already has indicated that he will not support it. The House voted 83 to 40 in favor of the bill.
The Ferrisburgh Selectboard meets tonight for their regular meeting. During the meeting, the selectboard look at a request to close part of Old Hollow Road on July 14 for a neighborhood party. They will also get an
Lake Champlain’s restoration programs are set to receive more than double the amount of money they did last year from the EPA. Vermont Sen. Patrick Leahy, vice chair of the Senate Appropriations Committee, says he fought for
The Town of Middlebury and Vermont Agency of Transportation officials will discuss and seek input on the landscape design aspects of the Bridge and Rail Project focused on the Triangle Park section of the Village Green and
A budget standoff is continuing, with the governor threatening to veto what Democratic lawmakers say is a compromise to keep state government from shutting down on July 1. Lawmakers and the governor face a shutdown if they
Vermont legislative leaders say they will not allow a government shutdown to happen after Governor Phil Scott’s budget veto. House Speaker Mitzi Johnson and Senate President Tim Ashe say a government shutdown would be an embarrassment for
Vermont’s top politicians are urging the state’s dairy farmers to take advantage of programs designed to help them when milk prices are low. Governor Phil Scott and Senators Patrick Leahy and Bernie Sanders were at the Statehouse
Residents in the five Addison Northwest School District communities backed a series of articles. It was a little voter turnout but residents did approve all three articles. One of the articles called for the creation of a