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ith over 1,500 Vermonters without housing on any given night and families with children now making up half of all people in emergency shelters, Gov. Peter Shumlin and Human Services Secretary Hal Cohen today announced a statewide strategy for ending child and family homelessness in Vermont by 2020.
Gov. Peter Shumlin today announced that Vermont has been awarded an $8.9 million federal grant to help transition vulnerable Vermonters off food assistance and onto the path to financial independence.
Gov. Peter Shumlin issued the following statement following unanimous approval of the 2016 Vermont Budget Bill in the House Appropriations Committee.
Gov. Peter Shumlin today renewed an historic agreement between the States of Vermont and New York and the Government of Québec to collaboratively enhance and preserve Lake Champlain and its watershed.
Gov. Peter Shumlin today announced that Vermont had finalized a contract and timeline to deliver long-sought automated “change of circumstance” functionality to the Vermont Health Connect website, and will present a plan to deliver improved customer service to Vermonters that includes specific legislated milestones and contingencies in the event Ve
Gov. Peter Shumlin today visited H. Hirschmann Ltd. to highlight the Vermont Training Program (VTP)
Gov. Peter Shumlin kicked off Vermont's 2015 maple sugar season today, officially tapping a tree at Slopeside Syrup, in Richmond.
Community members gathered to celebrate the progress of the program and encourage other eligible schools to sign up.
Taxpayers who want to support Green Up Day now have a simple way to help.
Thirteen Vermont cities and towns will receive more than $4 million in grants to make them more resilient, affordable, and accessible, Gov. Peter Shumlin announced today.