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Vermont Press Releases
The new “sharing economy” is changing the landscape of small business in the U.S. and Vermont.
Monday, March 9, 2015 kicks off AmeriCorps Week, a nation-wide celebration of AmeriCorps members, alumni, and community partners, and their commitment to service.
News Release — Vermont Fish & Wildlife Dept. March 4, 2015 Contacts: Nicole Corrao (802) 318-1347 Chris Saunders (802) 343-5487 STAMFORD, Vt. — The Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department is offering a New Instructor Training Course for people interested in volunteering to teach Hunter Education, Trapper Education or Bowhunter Education courses in Vermont. The […]
News Release — Mayor Miro Weinberger March 4, 2015 Contact: Mike Kanarick (802) 735-7962 [email protected] Upgrade Demonstrates Strengthened City Financial Position; Will Save Taxpayers Money BURLINGTON, Vt. – Moody’s Investors Service yesterday upgraded Burlington’s credit rating for both the City’s General Obligation Bonds and Certificates of Participation, and Moody’s improved the City’s rating outlook to positive […]
News Release — Kids VT March 4, 2015 Contact: Cathy Resmer Kids VT Copublisher/Executive Editor (802) 985-5482 [email protected] BURLINGTON, Vt. – For the fourth year in a row, Kids VT, Vermont’s free monthly parenting magazine, took home top prizes in the annual Parenting Media Association’s Design and Editorial Awards Competition, which recognizes excellence in journalism, photography […]
News Release — Saint Michael’s College March 4, 2015 Contact: Mark Tarnacki (802) 654-2795 [email protected] Local professor’s book floats “President Sanders?” hypothesis COLCHESTER, Vt. – William Grover, a longtime Saint Michael’s College professor of political science, has a new book titled The Unsustainable Presidency: Clinton, Bush, Obama and Beyond, published in December by Palgrave […]
News Release — Burlington Progressive Party March 5, 2015 Contact: Jane Knodell, Co-ChairSteering Committee Burlington Progressive Party [email protected] 802-862-2469 PROGRESSIVES LOOK FORWARD TO A MORE INDEPENDENT BTV CITY COUNCIL AFTER TOWN MEETING DAY On Tuesday voters in Burlington chose to elect four Progressives, three Independents, four Democrats, and 1 Republican to the Burlington City Council. Party Chair Emma Mulvaney-Stanak says these […]
News Release — Vermont Agency of Agriculture, Food, & Markets March 5, 2015 Contact: Abbey Willard 802-272-2885 The Vermont Agency of Agriculture, Food and Markets (VAAFM) is pleased to announce the publication of a new resource, Using Food Hubs to Create Sustainable Farm to School Programs (available here), which explores the key roles that Food Hubs can play in the development, […]
News Release — Young Writers Project March 5, 2015 Contacts: Geoffrey Gevalt Executive Director (802) 324-9537 [email protected] Susan Reid YWP Publications (802) 324-9539 [email protected] Young Writers Project granted legislative proclamation to name March 12, 2015 Vermont Writes Day! Schools across state to set aside seven minutes to write on special day to honor writing. […]
University of Vermont (UVM) cardiologist and heart rhythm specialist Peter Spector, M.D., is on a mission to improve the cure rate for a form of the most common heart rhythm disorder – atrial fibrillation (AF) – and has already earned a patent as he works towards this goal.
The Vermont Arts Council is pleased to announce the appointment of Sarah Mutrux as artist and community programs manager.
The Vermont Foodbank and Capstone Community Action are excited to announce the graduation ceremony for the Community Kitchen Academy (CKA) program in Barre. T
KSV, the Burlington-based marketing firm, has hired Brent Sitterly to the new position of analytics manager.
James P. Farrington, a 13-plus-year veteran of Saint Michael’s College’s Facilities Department as a project manager and architect, will be the new director of facilities and College architect, effective March 1.