We tackle the question of what role manufacturers, consumers and government should play in reducing the amount of trash we create when we throw out packaging or old products.
Also, a proposed Rail Spur in Middlebury would accommodate
the OMYA Corporation’s freight needs. And, celebrating the election of Madeleine Kunin 25 years ago.
Vermont Agency of
Transportation officials say a southbound section of Interstate 89 in Sharon
closed after a piece of granite fell off a truck will remain closed through
about Oct. 24, and maybe longer.
Anthony Pollina stresses conservation and the development of local
renewable energy projects; Vermont launches aggressive anti-rabies
program; Democrats will hear from Senator Hillary Clinton at their
convention in Denver; good news for drivers in Bennington
There’s a traffic disruption today on one of the most
heavily traveled stretches of road in Vermont; a developer hoping to double the
size of a Bennington Wal-Mart has filed for a state land-use permit; more…
The Department of Fish and Wildlife is funded primarily by the license
fees paid for hunting and fishing. But those activities are declining, a situation that calls into question how the department is
funded. We talk with former Fish and Wildlife commissioner Steve Wright
and Ed Gallo of the Vermont Hunters Anglers and Trappers Association.
Also, how snarls of traffic are affecting the Upper Valley, and essayist Tim Johnson
commiserates with fellow flu sufferers.