“The Vermont Republican Party is quietly building strength with a solid message of Growth, Opportunity and Prosperity,” said McDonald. “We are collectively focusing on the upcoming legislative session and the elections of 2012, and we are going to work hard each and every day to return balance and common sense to Montpelier.”
Goldman, who calls himself “a true Democrat,” says that the Progressive Party is effective at holding Democrats feet to the fire, as seen by the progress of a Single Payer Health Care System in Vermont.
On Monday, November 21, 2011, Bruce Lisman, announced the formation of Campaign for Vermont, a public policy campaign intended to unite Vermonters around a new direction for Vermont’s future. Lisman is the Founding Partner of the organization, joining him as Founding Officers are Tom Pelham and Mary Alice McKenzie.
The National Life Cancer Treatment Center at Central Vermont Medical center has been awarded a three-year term of accreditation in radiation oncology as the result of a recent review by the American College of Radiology (ACR) and The American Society for Radiation Oncology (ASTRO).
Brattleboro Memorial Hospital is taking part in the Donate Life Vermont Register Rally, a friendly competition between Vermont hospitals to increase the number of organ and tissue donor registrants in the state.
Leahy, Sanders, Welch announce grants totaling more than $1 M for economic development planning in east-central and northwestern Vermont
Senator Patrick Leahy (D), Senator Bernie Sanders (I) and Congressman Peter Welch (D) announced Monday that the Northwest Regional Planning Commission and the Two Rivers-Ottauquechee Regional Commission will receive economic development planning grants totaling more than a million dollars from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).
The Biomass Energy Development Working Group (BioE Working Group) will hold a public hearing to take comment on the draft 2012 Final Report of the BioE Working Group, which addresses the promotion and development of the state’s woody biomass industry while maintaining the health of the forests of Vermont.
The Vermont Department of Health has authorized the Brattleboro Memorial Hospital Travel Clinic to purchase and administer the yellow fever vaccine, hospital officials announced today.
Health Department Reports Increase in Pertussis Cases For Immediate Release: November 17, 2011 Media Contact: Communication Office Vermont Department of Health 802-863-7281 BURLINGTON – The Vermont Department of Health has alerted health care providers statewide about an increase in the number of cases of pertussis, a vaccine-preventable disease commonly known as whooping cough. Twenty-seven cases […]
These sessions will include presentations on the challenges facing Vermont’s health care system, how health care is financed currently in Vermont, and an overview of Vermont’s revenue system.
This is the second annual Thanksgiving celebration of its kind for VTel. Last year, VTel served free turkey dinner to over 300 of their senior customers.
For Immediate Release Contact: Kate Enos Friday, November 18, 2011 202-606-6730, email@example.com AmeriCorps NCCC Continues Hurricane Irene Response in Vermont Washington, DC – As communities across Vermont continue to recover and rebuild from the catastrophic flooding caused by Hurricane Irene, a team of 10 AmeriCorps NCCC members has chosen to extend their term of service […]
Tim Ashe, Democratic State Senator and one of two remaining Democratic candidates for Mayor of Burlington, responded to the announcement of the new Caucus dates and details with a challenge to Weinberger.
The total amount of aid approved so far exceeds $45.9 million in grants and loans to Vermont residents, businesses, and non-profit entities, according to the Federal Emergency Management Agency and the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA).