After a catastrophic flood in the spring of 2011, the International Joint Commission studied ways to minimize damage from flooding. It released a report on the subject this month.
Sunday marked the second such closure this year, according to Erin Moreau, Burlington’s waterfront superintendent and harbormaster.
Not every nonnative species in Lake Champlain is invasive. There are 51 nonnative species in Lake Champlain, but only a dozen are considered invasive.
The environmental organization claims that a new permit for the facility, issued by Vermont’s Agency of Natural Resources, violates the federal Clean Water Act and Vermont law.
In 1808 Vermont, criminality was common, community leaders were sometimes in cahoots with the criminals, and authorities tried, often in vain, to enforce the laws.
Dozens of people joined U.S. Sen. Patrick Leahy, D-Vt., to mark the release of the new plan in Grand Isle Friday.
An expected influx of tourists from Canada has hotel and campground owners on the islands optimistic about the season to come.
Supporters of building a bridge between Grand Isle and Plattsburgh say the project would simplify their commutes and give New Yorkers a more reliable, affordable link to health care services in the Green Mountain State.
The Saltus was hardly the only ferry on the lake, but it was at the center of more than its share of disputes. The steamboat incited passions, even fistfights, and, on two occasions, acts of piracy.
Plans for the property, which has long housed the Sand Bar Inn, call for nine housing units and a 78-seat restaurant.
Legislators may be breathing easier after advancing funds for a grab bag of construction and maintenance projects on state-owned properties.
While the Green Mountain State is often associated with outdoor recreation, barriers remain for people with disabilities.
Two ballot articles approved on Town Meeting Day require that South Hero adopt and amend town plans — as well as adopt, amend and repeal bylaws — by Australian ballot.
Lawmakers in the House Committee on Agriculture and Forestry are moving ahead with discussions about proposed amendments to the state’s “right to farm” bill, even though the measure didn’t make it out of the Senate before the crossover deadline, and isn’t likely to pass this session.