Midday Newscast February 25, 2009

A Vermont Yankee executive says the company will soon reopen negotiations with the state’s major utilities for a power contract after 2012; more than 150 people attended an emotional meeting in Rutland last night to decide the future of the Chaffee Art Center;

Midday Newscast: December 23, 2008

A new report concludes that Vermont Yankee can operate past it’s license; the Winooski River has receded, but officials are still watching an ice jam in Montpelier; Unicel will take over AT &T’s Vermont assets in January; more…

Red Cross calls for donors

Blood supplies across northern New England are precariously low, and the Red Cross hopes for more donors before the Labor Day Weekend.

Midday Report: August 8, 2007

Critics of the Vermont property tax are saying the prebate system may make taxpayers’ incomes public knowledge; for the second year in a row, there’s a severe shortage of blood supplies in northern New England; the Vermont Public Service Board has rejected the Douglas administration’s request to study setting up an all-fuels” efficiency program; Vermont’s first biodiesel mixing terminal is open