Apr 8, 2013
ALBURGH: State takes closer look at golf course wetlands
Plans to continue the operation of a quarry and to create a subdivision for a home near the Alburg Golf Links has led to an investigation by the Vermont Agency of Natural Resources .
Would Vt. tax plan hurt small businesses and consumers?
The House-passed plan would raise income taxes, meals taxes and cigarette taxes, and extend the sales tax on all clothing, candy, soda and other products.
More about "50 Moving Forward"
A national fitness program is coming to Burlington's YMCA. It's called "50 Moving Forward," and organizers say it isn't only for their members.
Gov. Shumlin divorce finalized
Gov. Peter Shumlin announced Wednesday he is now divorced. The Vermont governor and his wife, Deb, have been separated for several years, but in a statement issued Wednesday morning said the divorce was finalized last month in Windham County Family Court.
First meeting for Burlington Telecom co-op group
The city-owned utility owes $17 million to taxpayers and might be on the hook for millions more to its former lender.