Epizootic hemorrhagic disease has been found in deer in Rutland County, according to the Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department.
When Vermont legislators return to session in January, leaders in the Senate and the House have said that the passing of Prop 5 will be an immediate priority.
The Vermont Supreme Court has overturned a lower court ruling that allowed a private contractor hired to handle certain public work on behalf of state government to ignore requests under the Vermont Public Records Act.
Train stations drew sold-out railcars and scores of trackside celebrants July 19, when Amtrak passenger service resumed in the Green Mountain State after a 16-month pandemic absence.
In the first five months of 2021, state legislators sent dozens of bills to Gov. Phil Scott’s desk, and he signed all but a handful into law.
Meridith Sandherr’s heart sank when, while preparing to interview for a position at Bishop John A. Marshall School in Morristown, she realized the school was Catholic.