Vermont Governor Peter Shumlin is expected to outline his plan on how to close the state’s deficit Thursday.
The Montpelier City Council held its first public hearing a time for the public to weigh in on the proposed budget.
Governor Peter Shumlin outlined some of his legislative priorities in 2015. For Vermonters it was simple: Taxes.
The governor announced $17 million in cuts needed to make up for a projected shortfall in revenue returns.
Until further notice the school will be closed starting tomorrow,” said South Burlington School Board Clerk Martin Lalonde. That was a gist of a message for South Burlington parents: school and school activities have been put off, until the district teachers get their contract.
For me football is a chance to make history,” said Missisquoi Valley Thunderbird’s Quarterback Austin Sullivan. The MVU Thunderbirds are doing just that.
Lawmakers are worried medical providers aren't getting the money they need from state funding sources.
Vermont lawmakers are looking over a proposed $31 million in cuts to balance budget.
Governor Shumlin is asking for cuts not tax raises to fix wrong prediction.
As lawmakers wrapped up this legislative session we take a look back on the work they've done this year.
The city has a limited PR budget and finding a free way to promote the city is a bonus.
Hundreds of students, parents, and teachers tried to fight back against proposed cuts for the Burlington School District.
This will be a tough weekend for dozens of Burlington teachers.
Across Vermont, many school districts are having to take another look at their proposed budgets.
This winter has dumped plenty of snow and ice on the state of Vermont. South Burlington now finds itself "in the red" and over budget.
The weather over the last few weeks has been perfect for creating potholes. And this year crews are seeing larger potholes earlier in the season.
Property taxes could be going up in Burlington.