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    Secretary of State Jim Condos Welcomes eDiscovery Expert Jason Baron to Vermont

    News Release — Secretary of State’s Office Oct. 16, 2013 MONTPELIER – Secretary of State Jim Condos and State Archivist Tanya Marshall are pleased to welcome Jason R. Baron, Of Counsel to Drinker Biddle and former Director of Litigation at the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA), as their guest speaker for Vermont Archives Month. […]

    VPR announces new digital news team

    News Release — Vermont Public Radio Oct. 17, 2013 COLCHESTER — Vermont Public Radio has announced the creation of a digital news team that will work to expand VPR’s reporting and production of news for digital, mobile, and social media audiences. The cross-departmental team will provide breaking news and enterprise reporting for mobile devices, tablets […]

    MOONLIGHT MADNESS RETURNS TO MONTPELIER TODAY

    News Release — Montpelier Alive Oct. 16, 2013 MONTPELIER– Downtown Montpelier will host its annual Moonlight Madness sale extravaganza on Thursday, October 17, 2013 from 6 to 9 pm. Early bird shoppers can kick off with cocktails at NECI on Main starting at 4 pm. For families who’d like to watch the waxing moon, the […]

    Working Lands Enterprise Board Announces the Release of Available Poultry Processing Grant Funds

    News Release — Working Lands Enterprise Board Oct. 16, 2013 The Working Lands Enterprise Board announces the availability of $40,000 in grant funds for investment into VT poultry processing projects. Applications received must be for the construction of a mobile or fixed, commercially inspected (state or federal) poultry slaughter and/or processing facility. With strong justification, […]

    Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Vermont Partners with Fletcher Allen on Diabetes Workshops

    News Release — Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Vermont Oct. 16, 2013 BERLIN – Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Vermont (BCBSVT) has announced a new health partnership with Fletcher Allen Health Care (FAHC) to provide the community with much needed health and wellness tools. FAHC, the State’s leading hospital and academic medical center, […]

    StoryhackVT Designs New Ways to Tell Stories

    News Release — StoryhackVT Oct. 17, 2013 The inaugural StoryhackVT contest begins on October 19th. Pre-registered teams have 24 hours to design an original story across at least 3 different media, then upload their creations to a showcase for online voting. October is an active month for celebrating tech in Vermont, this contest reaches across […]

    Vermont Democratic Party Autumn Harvest to be held Friday

    News Release — Vermont Democratic Party Oct. 16, 2013 MONTPELIER – The Vermont Democratic Party Autumn Harvest Celebration will be held at the Old Labor Hall in Barre this Friday, October 18. What: Autumn Harvest Celebration of the Vermont Democratic Party. Who: Featured guest speaker is Minneapolis Mayor and DNC Vice Chair R.T. Rybak. Guest […]

    Two schools sort through their trash to improve recycling and composting efforts

    News Release — Chittenden Solid Waste District Oct. 15, 2013 A few days before Halloween, students at Colchester High School and Champlain Valley Union will dump a day’s worth of trash out on their lawns to find out whether compostables and recyclables are hiding inside. In an effort to keep resources out of the trash […]

    2ND TOWN DECREASES HOME VALUES DUE TO WIND PROJECT

    News Release — Vermonters for a Clean Environment Oct. 16, 2013 Officials in the Town of Georgia recently determined that two properties in their town have lost value because of their proximity to a utility-scale wind project. Scott and Melodie McLane recently grieved the appraisal of their property, and in September the Board of Civil […]

    Gov. Peter Shumlin’s public appearance schedule

    News Release — Oct. 15, 2013 Wednesday, Oct. 16 7:30 a.m. Attend ribbon cutting for opening of St. Albans Wal-Mart 3:00 p.m. Swearing in ceremony for Supreme Court Justice Geoff Crawford Costello Courthouse, 32 Cherry Street, Burlington 5:30 p.m. Speak at Vermont Health Connect Awareness Event Planned Parenthood of Northern New England/Community Health Center of […]

    Smithsonian Curator Looks at Civil War’s Influence on American Art

    Senior curator at the Smithsonian American Art Museum Eleanor Jones Harvey will examine how the Civil War affected American art in a talk at Rutland Free Library on October 23 at 7:00 pm.

    Vermont Small Business Owners Invited to Learn Advanced Federal Contracting Strategies

    The Vermont Procurement Technical Assistance Center (VT PTAC) invites small business owners to a free workshop on selling to the government. The workshop, “Advanced Federal Contracting Strategies,” will be held Wednesday, October 30, from 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. at the Sheraton Hotel in Burlington.

    Found Line Selected as Finalist for Vermont Tech Jam Ambassador Award

    Found Line-a creative services studio with design and development capabilities in web, print, and mobile—has been selected as one of three finalists for the highly coveted Vermont Tech Jam Ambassador Award. The other two finalists are FreshTracks Capital and MyWebGrocer.

    Lyndon State Students to Lead Forum on International Gay Rights

    Two Lyndon State College clubs, The Model United Nations (MUN) and the Gay-Straight Alliance (GSA), are combining to host a panel discussion on the “International Gay Rights Crisis.”

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