Emily Packard Finishes 12th in ACT Opener
The American Canadian Tour kicked off its 23rd season at Lee USA Speedway again this year with the Governor's Cup 150 on Sunday April 13th.
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Governor signs net-metering program expansion
Gov. Peter Shumlin on Tuesday signed H.702, a bill to expand the state's net metering program, which allows businesses and homeowners to generate renewable electricity and connect it to the grid.
New Vermont law encouraging small power generation
The "net metering" law Shumlin signed next to a solar array owned by an East Montpelier dairy farmer increases the amount of power small sources of electricity, such as solar panels on a home roof or in a yard, can send to the electric grid from 4 percent of a utility's peak load to 15 percent.
Vt. has new law encouraging small power generation
The "net metering" law signed Tuesday by Gov. Peter Shumlin in East Montpelier increases the amount of power from small, renewable sources such as wind or solar, can send on to the electric grid from 4 percent of a utility's peak demand to 15 percent.
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Central Vermont teacher recognized
Judd Levine, a special education teacher at U-32 High School in East Montpelier, accepted an award this week during a surprise ceremony in front of his colleagues.
Top honors for East Montpelier teacher
Judd Levine is a special educator at U-32 High School. Wednesday, he was one of 10 teachers from across the nation to receive the LifeChanger of the Year award.
Vermont cheesemakers wowed judges on the world stage. Three cheese producers took home awards at this year's World Championship Cheese Contest in Madison Wisconsin.
Death investigation in Swanton
Vermont State Police are investigating a death in Swanton. Troopers were called to Monument Road around 8:30 p.m. Wednesday.
Federal funds help Vt. sugar makers
East Montpelier sugar maker Burr Morse hasn't boiled so far this season, but when he does he'll need far less wood to run his evaporator than in years past.