AT&T in 2013 made nearly 80 network upgrades in Vermont, including new cell sites, addition of wireless and wired network capacity, and new broadband network connections.
Seven Days, Vermont’s free, independent weekly newspaper, is pleased to announce the dates of the 5th Annual Vermont Restaurant Week, a celebration of the state’s vibrant local-food culture.
The 14-member Fish and Wildlife Board is an advisory group of Vermont citizens that votes on fish and wildlife regulations. Members serve for six-year terms.
Mountain bike groups all across Vermont have united in a new collaborative statewide membership model that will open trail networks throughout the state to its members.
Norwich University’s Spring 2014 Writers Series features acclaimed poet and playwright David Budbill on Wed., April 2.
Gov. Peter Shumlin’s public appearance schedule for the week of March 8
News Release — Agency of Education March 7, 2014 MONTPELIER – Nominations are now open for the 2015 Vermont Teacher of the Year program. For the first time since the Vermont Teacher of the Year program launched in 1964, the public is being invited to join Vermont educators in going online to directly nominate teachers […]
News Release — Governor’s Office March 7, 2014 MONTPELIER — Gov. Peter Shumlin today reminded taxpayers of a simple way to help veterans and their families by checking off the box on their Vermont State tax return (form IN 111) to donate a dollar to the Vermont Veterans Fund. Other voluntary check-off boxes include the […]
News Release — Garderner’s Supply March 6, 2014 BURLINGTON – B Corp, the premier entity that measures the social and environmental practices of businesses nationwide and internationally, has certified Gardener’s Supply of Burlington, Vermont, a leading online and catalog garden products retailer and wholesaler, as a Certified B Corporation. B Lab is the national non-profit […]
News Release — CCTA MARCH 6, 2014 BURLINGTON – Out of concern and respect for passengers, CCTA is advising the public that a potential strike by its drivers’ Union could interrupt service beginning Monday, March 10, 2014. Teamsters Local No. 597, the drivers’ Union at CCTA, has indicated to CCTA the potential for a labor […]
News Release — Sen. Patrick Leahy, D-Vt. March 6, 2014 WASHINGTON — Senator Patrick Leahy, the Senate’s President Pro Tempore, TODAY introduced the Dalai Lama on the Floor of the United States Senate as today’s Guest Chaplain, before he offered today’s Senate invocation. Leahy, long a champion of the Tibetan people, has visited often with […]
News Release — Campaign for Vermont March 6, 2014 MONTPELIER – Louise McCarren, a Charlotte resident with deep experience in public service and private business, has been elected by the board as the chair of Campaign for Vermont (CFV). “I’m very excited to have someone of Louise’s talent and experience to lead CFV as we […]
News Release — Champlain College March 5, 2014 BURLINGTON — Champlain College has received a record number of applications for the Fall of 2014 – 5,571, up nearly 10 percent over last year, and about 1,000 more applications than in 2012. The good news comes as admissions counselors at Champlain College are working to review […]
Leahy leads coalition of 41 lawmakers in support of proposed rule to protect consumers of generic drugs
News Release — Sen. Patrick Leahy, D-Vt. March 5, 2014 WASHINGTON – Senator Patrick Leahy Wednesday led a coalition of 17 senators and 24 members of the House in support of a proposed regulation by the Food and Drug Administration that will improve the labeling on generic drugs and secure equal treatment for consumers who […]