Press Releases

CCV conference addressed dual-enrollment successes, challenges

A conference held Friday morning at the Lake Morey Resort for secondary education partners of the Community College of Vermont (CCV) explored the latest research on first-generation and low-income high school and college students and addressed how best to apply this knowledge in their teachings to help students succeed.

New board members join the Central Vermont Council on Aging

Central Vermont Council on Aging is proud to announce that Dr. Marvin Malek and Peter Harris have joined the CVCOA Board of Directors.

Renewable energy conference focus is on wind

Wind Energy Facts and a Snapshot of Ten Years of Media Coverage on Wind Energy to be Presented at Upcoming Renewable Energy Conference in Burlington

International expert on historic photograph identification in Barre Oct. 11

On Saturday, October 11, the Vermont Historical Society will offer a workshop about The Basics of Identifying and Preserving Photographs at 10:00 am and a talk at 2:00 pm. Saturday’s programs are co-sponsored by the Genealogical Society of Vermont.

Tons of trash hauled from local rivers

The 410+ mile long Connecticut River and nearby rivers and streams are cleaner of trash thanks to thousands of hard working volunteers.

The 2015 Vermont Fish & Wildlife Calendar is available

The Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department and Vermont Life Magazine are announcing the release of the colorful 2015 Fish & Wildlife calendar.

Lt. Gov. Scott to address second annual Passive House Symposium on Thursday at VTC

The Second Annual Passive House Symposium will be held on Thursday, Oct. 2nd at Vermont Technical College, Randolph, in Judd Hall from 9 am to 5 pm.  

VPR celebrates 30 years of classical music with Walter Parker at free concert Wednesday

Vermont Public Radio will celebrate Walter Parker’s 30th anniversary of sharing classical music with Vermonters on October 1st, with a special live concert broadcast from the Elley-Long Music Center at Saint Michael’s College.

Vermont Law School renames China Program ‘U.S.-Asia Partnerships for Environmental Law’

The U.S.-China Partnership for Environmental Law at Vermont Law School is pleased to announce it is changing its name to the U.S.-Asia Partnerships for Environmental Law (PEL).

AG’s office: Don’t fall victim to paving scam

The Attorney General’s Office has received multiple complaints from Vermont homeowners who have answered a knock at their doors and then been conned into paying a transient paving contractor who says “we have some extra asphalt and can save you money if we can do the job now.”

StoryHackVT announces winners of 2014 contest

On September 28th, StoryHackVT named the winners of the StoryHackVT competition.

Grant funding available for Farm to School programming

The Vermont Agency of Agriculture, Food, and Markets has announced $49,000 of available funding for Vermont schools interested in Farm to School programing.

New Economy Week: Thomas Keidel, from the German Public Banking Association, in Burlington

Join fellow Vermonters and citizens as they learn how public banking can strengthen our communities and economies.

Governor proclaims October Manufacturing Month

Governor Peter Shumlin formally proclaimed October as “Manufacturing Month” in Vermont in conjunction with National Manufacturing Day, October 3rd.

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