Chad Miller, president and chief technology officer at Verde Technologies, works with a sample of photovoltaic film at a lab at the University of Vermont in Burlington on Thursday, March 9. Photo by Glenn Russell/VTDigger

One of the biggest challenges in working with the sun’s energy comes from its bounty. It is everywhere and it

Winter enthusiasts in Smugglers Notch were limited to 90 minutes of parking on weekends and holidays last winter, a policy that won’t change going forward. File photo by Gordon Miller/Stowe Reporter

Editor’s Note: This story by Aaron Calvin was first published by the Stowe Reporter on May 25.

The Agency of Natural Resources will let

The operator of one vehicle and a 7-year-old traveling in another vehicle died Saturday night following a head-on collision in Sheldon. 

Vermont State Police said in a press release early Sunday morning that dispatchers were alerted to the accident on Route 105 near Lumbra Road around 9:15 p.m. Saturday. A preliminary investigation found that a

Last month, the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals issued an important decision in the area of property rights, development exactions, and the Fifth Amendment. In Knight v. Metropolitan Government of Nashville & Davidson County, Tennessee, case number 21-6179, plaintiffs James Knight and Jason Mayes challenged the constitutionality of a City of Nashville’s “sidewalk” ordinance, which

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