Press Releases

Sugarbush’s Mt. Ellen opens Friday

Sugarbush Resort, which is currently 100% open at Lincoln Peak, is set to expand its terrain with Mt. Ellen’s opening on Friday, December 19th.

Poll shows broad support for new South Burlington City Center

Recent polling data conducted by Braun Research on behalf of Saxon Partners, a real estate development firm, shows broad community support for the creation of a new South Burlington City Center, with additional support for the sale of the Marcotte Central School site to a developer who would provide significant funding to help bring the long-delayed project to fruition.

DRM employee recognition award presented to Bill Schroeder

Attorney William W. Schroeder has been named the winner of the coveted Diane Lynch Distinguished Service Award at the northern New England law firm Downs Rachlin Martin PLLC.

Meals on Wheels seeks volunteer drivers

Volunteer drivers will be needed in the new year at Meals on Wheels sites throughout the region.

With 43% fewer donors, Vermont Foodbank still needs to raise $1.2 million

With just two weeks left in 2014, the Vermont Foodbank is scrambling to pull in much needed funding to continue providing services to Vermonters in need.

Vermont Comcast customers can now turn devices in their homes into a TV

Starting today, Comcast X1 customers in Vermont will be able to access their TV lineup on any connected screen in their home.

Successful Vermont Gas pipe replacement and repair reflected in Google survey

Vermont Gas Systems (VGS) welcomes findings of a recent Environmental Defense Fund (EDF)/Google Earth Outreach survey of natural gas pipeline leakage conducted in Burlington last summer.

Burlington man charged with promoting child pornography

Neil Dragoon, of Burlington, Vermont, was arraigned yesterday in the Vermont Superior Court, Chittenden Criminal Division, on five felony counts of Promoting Child Pornography.

Vermont tourism calendar of events: January’s sports, concerts and sleigh rides

The month of January is host to indoor cultural events and outdoor celebrations of Vermont’s vibrant winter sports scene. Here’s a sampler of more than 40 events in the Travel Planner.

Ferrisburgh man sentenced for promoting child pornography

Vermont Attorney General William H. Sorrell announced today that Scott Cota, of Ferrisburgh, Vermont, was sentenced in the Vermont Superior Court, Washington Criminal Division to four to fifteen years to serve for six counts of promoting child pornography and one count of violating the terms of his probation.

VSBA provides information for school board candidates

In order to provide candidates with an understanding of the role of the board and the responsibilities of board members, we have posted a video for school board candidates on our website.

NOFA Vermont offers workshops for farmers on human resources

The Northeast Organic Farming Association of Vermont (NOFA-VT), in partnership with Vermont Technical College’s Institute for Applied Agriculture and Food Systems (VTC), will be launching a new winter workshop series related to human resources and labor management for farmers.

VSECU receives national award

VSECU, a credit union for everybody in Vermont, was recently recognized and received the prestigious 2014 Community Credit Union of the Year Award from the Credit Union National Association.

With local support, Burlington Generator expands ‘Generator in Residence’ program

A leading developer of software for independent health care clinics has teamed up with Burlington’s Generator makerspace to encourage multidisciplinary innovation in design and fabrication.

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