Former Dean Shields, wife Genie give home to Vermont Law School

Former Vermont Law School Dean Jeff Shields and wife Genie Shields have made a gift to the school of their Tunbridge home, President and Dean Marc Mihaly announced today.

Gov. Shumlin, anti-hunger advocates highlight summer meals programs for kids

As more than 50 local children enjoyed a free lunch at the Waterbury Recreation Department, Gov. Peter Shumlin and anti-hunger advocates applauded summer food programs, urged families whose children need nutritious meals in the summertime to participate, and reminded business and Vermonters of the opportunity to volunteer at meal sites.

Patricia M. Sears named AARP Vermont state president

Patricia M. Sears has been appointed State President of AARP Vermont, a volunteer position working closely with both staff and volunteers throughout the state to help AARP achieve its mission in Vermont.

Leahy, Collins introduce Runaway And Homeless Youth And Trafficking Prevention Act

Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Patrick Leahy (D-Vt.) and Senator Susan Collins (R-Maine) on Wednesday introduced bipartisan legislation to curb youth homelessness that affects 1.6 million teens throughout the country.

Mobius welcomes seven new members to statewide board of directors

Mobius is proud to announce the election of seven new members to its Board of Directors.

Putney business featured in Google’s annual U.S. Economic Impact Report

News Release — KSE Partners July 22, 2014 WASHINGTON, D.C. — Even in tough economic times, small businesses and nonprofits throughout the United States are benefiting from the continued expansion of the ecommerce industry, according to an annual Economic Impact Report released last week by Google. “We’ve all had the experience of searching on Google […]

House passes Welch tourism promotion bill

News Release — Rep. Peter Welch, D-Vt. July 23, 2014 By a vote of 347-57, the House of Representatives last evening passed the Welch-authored Travel Promotion, Enhancement, and Modernization Act of 2014 (H.R.4450) which reauthorizes the successful Brand USA tourism promotion program for five additional years. His bill passed with an overwhelming bipartisan vote in […]

VEC issues a ‘Peak’ alert & encourages members to conserve energy

Vermont Electric Cooperative (VEC) is encouraging its members to conserve energy on Wednesday, July 23 between the hours of 2:00 p.m. and 6:00 p.m. when demand for electricity is expected to spike as a result of weather conditions that are producing high temperatures in northern Vermont and throughout New England.

New Graduate Institute to house Goddard MA degrees

Goddard College today announced the creation of the Goddard Graduate Institute, which will house three of its master’s degree programs.

VITL offers free VITLDirect webinar on July 29

To enable health care providers to securely send clinical information for the patients they are treating, Vermont Information Technology Leaders (VITL) has launched VITLDirect, a messaging system that electronically sends and receives patient data.

Dr. John D. Birkmeyer joins Dartmouth-Hitchcock leadership team

John D. Birkmeyer, MD, an internationally recognized leader in outcomes research and quality improvement, has been named to the position of Executive Vice President for Enterprise Support Services across the Dartmouth-Hitchcock health system.

Chill Foundation sells Golden Tickets to Burton 2014 Annual Summer Sale

he Chill Foundation is now selling Golden Tickets to Burton’s Annual Summer Sale, which draws thousands of visitors from all over New England.

Primmer recognized in U.S. News – Best Lawyers 2014 ‘Best Law Firms’ rankings

PRIMMER is pleased to announce its recognition by U.S. News & World Report and Best Lawyers® as a 2014 “Best Law Firm” ranking with 15 Metro Awards.

Windham County Democrats to host candidate forum

he Windham County Democratic Committee will host four State Senate candidate forums, open to the public, leading up to the Primary Election on Tuesday, August 26th.

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