Entergy, the owner of the Vermont Yankee Nuclear Power Plant, announced this morning that the reactor will shut down and go off line at the end of 2014.
Vermont’s Sterling College has created a center to promote sustainable agriculture and food systems.
The owner of Vermont Yankee says it will shutter the plant at the end of its current fuel cycle, a gradual shutdown that will see Vermont Yankee offline by the end of 2014. WAMC's Pat Bradley reports.
Vermont officials are defending of one of the state's most cherished icons, the red-, orange- and gold-hued fall foliage that tops trees and mountains, after an Arizona magazine claimed fall is better there.
Vermont is marking the second anniversary of Tropical Storm Irene this week.
The chairman of the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee wants to look into the conflicts between state and federal marijuana laws.
The School Board in Vermont's largest city is looking to the public for ideas on how to shape its upcoming budget.
Vermont's congressional delegation says the federal government has provided more than $556 million to help the state recover from damage caused by Tropical Storm Irene.
Police in Vermont say the device found outside a McDonald's restaurant in Morrisville that prompted the shopping plaza to be evacuated was a live hand grenade.
Vermont Governor Peter Shumlin, the state commerce secretary and a Northeast Kingdom developer will travel to China next month to recruit investors in the EB5 economic development program.