A national Act could bring jobs, and funding to Vermont, New York and New Hampshire roads and bridges.
As state and local officials cut the ribbon on a new state office building a woman spoke up about what the city still needs.
Governor Peter Shumlin outlined some of his legislative priorities in 2015. For Vermonters it was simple: Taxes.
Governor Peter Shumlin says the time is not right for Vermont and he's not sure if it will happen while he's governor.
The governor says more needs to be done to curb school spending and keep taxes lower.
The governor announced $17 million in cuts needed to make up for a projected shortfall in revenue returns.
Democrats weren't partying at their headquarters at the Hilton like they were in 2012 with a "mixed bag of results."
In a letter to the Department of Health and Human Services Governor Shumlin says Vermont doesn't have the facilities it's looking for.
Governor Shumlin is asking for cuts not tax raises to fix wrong prediction.
Governor Shumlin and others are ready to help but some resources for immigrants in the state are shrinking.
Three bills became laws Tuesday that are designed to make it easier to invest in downtown districts.
Vermont Governor Peter Shumlin has ordered changes for the Vermont Department for Children and Families after the death of two toddlers who had been in its care.
Governor Shumlin has more than $1,000,000 in his campaign coffers while Republicans search for gubernatorial candidate.
It could be up to 60 years before the plant finally comes down.
Renewable energy has been made a priority in Vermont, but at the peak of July’s heat a few weeks ago Green Mountain Power was forced to cut production at its wind farm in Lowell.