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MONTPELIER — It was a clean sweep for four articles on the Capital City ballot Tuesday, with a controversial bond vote for a public parking garage passing by healthy margin, and other articles passing by even bigger margins.

In preliminary results, Article 1 for the $10...

MONTPELIER — State officials awarded the Capital City coveted Tax Incremental Finance district status at a hearing Thursday despite strong criticism of a parking garage proposal that will be the first project to benefit from the new development tool. 

Approval of T...

MONTPELIER — On the eve of the anticipated approval of a new state-sanctioned downtown development zone in the Capital City, officials were cautiously optimistic about establishing a new Tax Increment Finance district to help fund future projects.
After months of prepa...

MONTPELIER – The City Council is being asked to approve a plan to take charge of the parking garage component of the Hampton Inn & Suites hotel project at an estimated cost of $10 million to taxpayers.

The city is exploring a larger parking garage proposal for 350 cars...

MONTPELIER — State, city and company officials will be both breaking ground and raising a glass to the start of work on Caledonia Spirits’ 26,000-square-foot distillery in the Capital City Thursday. 

Gov. Phil Scott, representatives from Vermont’s congressional del...

MONTPELIER – The Capital City has been selected to host a major New England regional arts conference next summer. 

Montpelier Alive announced Wednesday that the New England Foundation for the Arts (NEFA) would hold its biannual Creative Communities Exchange (C...

MONTPELIER — Caledonia Spirits began work Thursday on a new 26,000-square-foot distillery in the Capital City. 

The project by the Hardwick-based company is expected to open in May, bringing 25 to 30 new jobs, earning an average of $30,000 a year, according to...

MONTPELIER — "The wait is over!"  So proclaimed a news release from Montpelier, heralding the start of the Taylor Street transit center, housing complex and recreation path that drew all the big guns to a groundbreaking ceremony Tuesday.  After nearly two decades, work...

MONTPELIER — The clock is ticking on several major Capital City projects that will begin this summer after decades of deal-making, but it will also mean the loss of the city's pre-eminent convenience store.  Development projects include: the Taylor Street transit cente...

MONTPELIER – Civic and nonprofit leaders celebrated the groundbreaking of an affordable housing project in the historic French Block on Main Street in the Capital City on Tuesday.  Under sunny skies, there was an atmosphere of jubilation at the official lifting of a da...

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