While state lawmakers in Montpelier are pushing to make a $15 minimum wage mandatory for all businesses, one small Vermont business is showing that successful companies can offer higher wages without government intervention.
Vermont Electric Co-op is testing a new energy management device that will regulate Vermonters’ water heaters and energy so the grid can take on more wind and solar energy.
Green Mountain Power is employing new energy-efficient programs to lower its carbon emissions extensively throughout 2018 and the coming years.
The federal government shut down early Saturday morning on the one-year anniversary of President Donald Trump’s inauguration, a turbulent end to his first year as president, but something he called “a nice present” from Democrats.
The Expo Center in Essex Junction will be taken over by 15,000 pro-gun advocates, hunters and nature enthusiasts Friday through Sunday to celebrate Vermont’s cherished outdoor heritage at the 26th Annual Yankee Sportsman Classic Show.
Activists in Vermont and around the country are preparing for a nationwide protest in the event President Donald Trump fires special counsel Robert Mueller, despite a lack of evidence a firing will occur.
The controversial Deerfield Wind project that took over 10 years and $7.5 million to complete is now generating power, but regional data shows that renewables are not producing as much energy in these cold winter months as some might have hoped.
Middlebury College seeks to become more energy efficient and cut its carbon footprint by collaborating with three organizations to produce renewable natural gas.
The House and Senate tax bills could be detrimental to an already struggling affordable housing situation in Vermont, according to estimates released by the Vermont Affordable Housing Coalition.
Transportation in the Green Mountain State may be headed down a green path thanks to a new coalition that aims to promote electricity-based transportation for all.