Nearly half the money will go toward affordable housing in South Burlington.
64,000 Vermont homes do not have access to a reliable wireline connection. The state aims to connect them to fiber-optic cable by 2026.
By acquiring Swanton-based Leader Evaporator, the Quebec company H2O Innovation plans to expand its footprint in the growing U.S. maple syrup market.
The nonprofit said the financial irregularities were discovered by “the newly strengthened management team” put in place under a new operating agreement as part of an effort “to bring a higher level of professionalism and internal controls to the business.”
$3.5 million in grants will fund nonprofits and businesses around Vermont.
The agreement will allow the electric aircraft company to build a 355,000-square-foot manufacturing and assembly structure, a 15,000-square-foot child care facility and a 300-space parking area on airport property.
Audiences are returning to theaters, but some companies need subscribers to sustain their business and artistic model.
The 450-employee Williston trucking company reportedly shut its doors without notice earlier this month. The business has until Thursday to respond to a letter from the Vermont labor commissioner.
Fuel prices have fallen 35 cents per gallon since last month’s historic peak.
The five-story building with 119 rooms is expected to primarily benefit business travelers and passengers affected by flight delays or cancellations.
“There's two pieces of it,” said Emma Rose McCadden, whose service dog was turned away from Burlington’s A Single Pebble restaurant Saturday. “There's what happened. And then there's the way that the internet made this into a crazy thing overnight.”
Last year, the Legislature approved half a million dollars to support “zoning bylaw modernization.” In plain English, that means making simple changes in zoning regulations to make development more straightforward.
Town officials hope to redesign what is now a busy shopping center with big-box stores and parking lots into a walkable, bikeable neighborhood with housing, shops and parks.
The Vermont-based ice cream giant’s independent board filed a complaint on Tuesday in the U.S. District Court in New York, seeking to prevent the sale of its ice cream in the occupied West Bank.