Neighbors abutting a hop farm under construction in Charlotte are opposing the landowner who is developing part of a 59-acre tract to capitalize on the microbrew craze in Vermont.
Policing policy took on new urgency as the nation’s progressive mayors gathered in the Queen City on Friday following race-related riots last week in Charlottesville, Virginia.
In the aftermath of last week’s violence in Charlottesville, Va., Vermont Republicans are distancing themselves from “Unite the Right” white supremacist groups as well as from violent leftist groups.
The fate of taxpayer-owned Burlington Telecom will be decided in the coming weeks as city officials negotiate with finalists in what has been a long, secretive bidding process.
A Connecticut family listed among the defendants in an ongoing voter fraud lawsuit has admitted voting in Vermont elections, according to public court documents. Family members said they got approval to do so from the Vermont Secretary of State’s office.
Affordable housing borrowers in Vermont aren’t being expected to pay back loans, but that arrangement raises questions about IRS definitions of a bona fide loan in low-income tax credit projects.
The Vorstevelds are facing a potential million-dollar environmental fine and court appearance after more than two dozen neighbors complained about the clearing of 2,000 trees and brush from the family’s own property.
A public panel discussion held in Burlington City Hall’s Contois Auditorium on Tuesday focused on health care costs in Vermont and aired fears about the repeal of Obamacare on Capitol Hill.
Ali Dieng’s first chance to keep his promise comes on Monday as City Council will vote on a proposal to change North Avenue from four lanes to two to make room for bicyclists.