Magazine ranks colleges by the ratio of business founders and owner to the student body at large. Middlebury ranks second, Bennington fourth.
The Vermont Attorney General’s Office is warning about an email scam that targets Vermont businesses. The Attorney General’s Office said Thursday it has received complaints from four Vermont businesses about fraudulent emails from scammers who claim to be company representatives and request wire transfers of tens of thousands of dollars. The emails may appear legitimate […]
overnor Peter Shumlin announced that he will appoint attorney John Valente to the superior court in a press release Thursday. Valente is a shareholder and director at the Rutland law firm of Ryan, Smith, and Carbine, Ltd., where he handles cases pertaining to workers compensation, employment and business disputes, according to the news release. He […]
On the 50th anniversary of Medicare, Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., announced that he will introduce legislation that would provide affordable health care for all Americans. At a morning rally organized by National Nurses United, Sanders was surrounded by registered nurses as he called for adoption of a nationwide system of health care coverage that doesn’t […]
Editor’s note: This article is by Keith Whitcomb Jr., of the Bennington Banner, in which it was first published July 30, 2015. BENNINGTON — A child support specialist arrested Monday for allegedly selling heroin at the State Office Complex where she worked remains employed by the state, yet is not being paid. Kacey E. Caprari, […]
Gov. Peter Shumlin announced Wednesday that he will appoint a Burlington-based attorney to fill one of Vermont’s judicial vacancies. Tom Carlson, an attorney with the firm Langrock, Sperry and Wool, LLP, is the first name to come out of the process as the state moves to fill some superior court judge vacancies. Carlson, a Hinesburg […]