The Vermont Telecommunications Authority (VTA) is announcing awards to three Internet Service Providers for expansion projects to addresses in Dummerston, Norwich, Randolph and Wilmington that do not yet have access to broadband Internet. All projects must meet a minimum combined download/upload speed of 5Mbps.
Editor’s note: This story is by Jordan Cuddemi, staff writer at the Valley News, where it was first published Saturday, Sept. 14, 2013. HARTFORD — Interest appears to be growing among municipal leaders in core Upper Valley towns on ways to share services regionally, a development that could affect everything from how residents dispose of hazardous […]
News Release — Norwich University June 10, 2013 NORTHFIELD –- Norwich University presents “Leadership of Complex Organizations,” a Todd Lecture Series presentation by retired U.S. Army Gen. Barry McCaffrey to be held from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. on Tuesday, June 11, in Plumley Armory. As part of Norwich’s Todd Lecture Series, which brings distinguished speakers […]
For Immediate Release Contact: Daphne Larkin May 6, 2010 802-485-2886 NEWS RELEASE New dean of the Crawford School of Engineering named NORTHFIELD, Vt. –University officials announced today that Saeed Moaveni, Ph.D., P.E. has accepted an offer to serve as dean of the David Crawford School of Engineering at Norwich University beginning in August. Moaveni has […]
Sanders and U.S. Fire Administrator Announce Funding for Vermont Fire Departments RANDOLPH CENTER, Vt., March 20 – Meeting with Vermont first responders and the nation’s top federal fire official, Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) today announced almost $900,000 in federal grants for nine fire departments across the state. Sanders and U.S. Fire Administrator Kelvin Cochran, the […]