MONTPELIER, Vt. — Gov. Phil Scott is letting "low-contact outdoor businesses" reopen on Thursday, meaning Vermonters can start going to ballfields, parks and golf courses. More info »Iberkshires - 05/06/2020 05:48am
Vermont's free fishing day is coming up next month. On Saturday, June 13, anyone may fish without a fishing license in the state's streams and lakes. The day ... More info »Associated Press - 05/25/2020 07:52am
A Vermont provider of support to people in recovery from substance use and alcohol use disorders is finding new ways to reach clients, even during the COVID-19 pandemic. “I was in a particularly bad ... More info »NECN - 05/25/2020 09:35am
Nathaniel Moore, a recent graduate of an MBA at the University of Vermont, is among thousands who participated in a virtual ceremony this year due to COVID-19. Rather than letting his graduation ... More info »KTLA - 05/25/2020 03:38pm
Vermont Gov. Phil Scott on Wednesday announced a $400 million relief package to help local businesses and stimulate the economy amid the global coronavirus pandemic. In a news conference, Scott said ... More info »NECN - 05/20/2020 10:43am
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Phil Scott announced Friday that religious facilities and places of worship can resume operation beginning Saturday, May 23, with hair salons allowed to reopen on May 29. Bot ... More info »The Burlington Free Press on MSN.com - 05/22/2020 07:54am
Jayce Slesar is aggregating Covid-19 studies to help improve research practices and knowledge about the virus. More info »VTDigger - 05/24/2020 09:34am
The Vermont Department of Fish and Wildlife is working to return portable toilets to fishing accesses across the state. More info »Washington Times - 05/24/2020 05:55am
Health matters, especially during a pandemic. Yet, Rutland’s downtown and students’ homes are being outfitted with 4G/5G antennas by VTel. Other Vermont towns are also in line for telecom’s Trojan ... More info »Rutland Herald - 05/25/2020 04:00pm
The administration of Vermont's Republican Gov. Phil Scott is proposing that school budgets be re-voted across the state so local taxpayers can make decisions knowing ... More info »Associated Press - 05/15/2020 01:47am
Vermont might allow lodging operations to start up again toward the end of May in its efforts toward a phased restart. Here's what we know so far. More info »The Clarion-Ledger - 05/14/2020 01:15am
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