Congressional Republicans want to delay consideration of the 2012 Farm Bill until next year, and that has set off a political battle in Washington.
Vermont State Police say a Clarendon man is the state’s first victim of bath salts.
A select board member in Killington has proposed giving free tuition to families who relocate to the resort community and send their children to college in the town.
A leading child advocate in Vermont says that a recent survey ranking the state as third in the nation for child well-being has some caveats.
Vermont Law School will install one of their instructors, Marc Mihaly, as its new dean and president Wednesday.
The company that owns and operates a Vermont wind power project in Sheffield is asking for permission in advance in the event endangered bats are killed by spinning turbine blades.