Vermont U.S. Representative Peter Welch says he hopes the farm bill will help stabilize milk prices for dairy farmers, include disaster insurance for vegetable growers and promote the use of local fruits and vegetables in school lunches.
The Vermont Attorney General’s office is warning wireless phone consumers about a new scam called “smishing” that is targeting Vermonters.
New York Congressman Bill Owens was at a local car dealership in Plattsburgh Tuesday morning to present a signed copy of a new law eliminating an federal mandate affecting car dealerships.
Vermont lawmakers finishing up their business for the year, but some items will not be completed before expected adjournment this evening.
A top official with the U.S. Agency for International Development and a former U.S. ambassador will become the next president of the Vermont-based organization World Learning.
Decriminalization of small amounts of marijuana and hashish has cleared its last Vermont legislative hurdle.
The state of Vermont and the union that represents state police troopers have reached a labor deal that does not include an across-the-board increase in existing salaries.
Vermont lawmakers say they're giving up their effort this year to make the state's income tax more progressive.
Three Vermont towns will get a total of $1.8 million from a federal grant to help replace municipal buildings made unusable by flooding from Tropical Storm Irene.
A new leader is at the helm of the Adirondack Council. William “Willie” C. Janeway talks about his return to the Adirondack Park as he marshals the organization’s conservation efforts.