“It’s no wonder those in their 20s and 30s are flocking to New Hampshire. From investing in education, to creating a job-oriented economy that’s stronger than ever, New Hampshire has become a destination for success,” Gov. Chris Sununu wrote.
The Vermont Department of Public Service is midway through public hearings on its draft 2018 Telecommunications Plan that outlines trends in the telecom industry — some controversial — regarding broadband and cellular infrastructure improvements.
Independent school students celebrate National School Choice Week at the Vermont Statehouse in January. A day of awards, recognition and learning is planned again this year, and all independent schools — including home schools — are welcome to participate.
Only weeks after Green Mountain Power issued a press release that featured a meteorologist blaming a snowstorm on climate change, CEO Mary Powell echoed the same alarmist rhetoric, this time for the company’s energy plan.
A draft report released by the Commission on Act 250 recommends the 2019 Legislature amend Vermont’s 1970 comprehensive development and land use law to, among other things, add ‘climate change’ as a criterion for project review and approval.
The Vermont Agricultural Quality Partnership’s watershed tour provided an insightful look at the coordinated team and strategic approaches underway to improve water quality.
Vermont’s early child care and education workers must be “well qualified, trained, and credentialed, accountable for high quality practice, and appropriately compensated,” according to a state advisory council.
Actions taken by the Federal Communications Commission could have big implications for the funding of public access television.
The Dec. 15 deadline is fast approaching for purchasing health insurance from the state’s two major providers, Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Vermont and MVP Health Care.
Now that the dust has settled on school merger proposals from the State Board of Education, some of the most frustrated districts are joining a legal battle to defeat Act 46.
Burlington Mayor Miro Weinberger announced support for a carbon tax at a climate action conference in Fairlee. Politically speaking, it was a safe move. Burlington will win big in any plan that punishes rural people who live in older homes heated with oil and drive SUVs.