Vermont Arts Council seeks executive director

MONTPELIER, VT—The Vermont Arts Council (VAC) is seeking to fulfill the position of executive director of the organization, the state’s primary provider of funding, advocacy, and information for the arts in Vermont since 1965. The executive director will serve as a dynamic and collaborative leader for the VAC and for the state’s creative sector to […]

Brattleboro Savings and Loan welcomes new president

Brattleboro – After a search that stretched across states and regions, Brattleboro Savings & Loan is happy to welcome Deborah Stephenson to the position of president. Deb is joining us, most recently, from Berkshire Bank, but she brings a rich history in banking and a deep appreciation for the communities of Southeastern Vermont. Dan Yates, […]

POTUS small business advisor encourages Americans to shop locally Nov 26

WASHINGTON – President Joe Biden’s small business advisor is encouraging Americans to “Shop Small” throughout this holiday season and on Small Business Saturday, Nov. 26. “As our economy continues to stabilize, it’s more important than ever consumers shop and dine small during the holiday shopping season,” said Administrator Isabella Casillas Guzman, head of the U.S. […]

The Vermont Democratic Party reacts to former President Trump's 2024 announcement

November 16, 2022 Contact: Emily Bowers Vermont Democratic Party Communications Director Email: Phone: (802) 391-0969 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: THE VERMONT DEMOCRATIC PARTY REACTS TO FORMER PRESIDENT TRUMP’S 2024 ANNOUNCEMENT Montpelier, VT – The Vermont Democratic Party will do everything in its power to ensure that our country is never again subjected to a Donald […]

Gifford CMO: Enjoy the holidays with your family

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE— CONTACT: Scott Fleishman, Gifford Health Care, RANDOLPH, Vt., November 22, 2022- In his latest blog, Gifford Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Josh White has a message for people still fearful about Covid heading into the holiday season, the situation has changed and your thinking should change. “When the pandemic started, we talked […]

New website tells a local story

Monday, November 21, 2022 For Immediate Release Contact: Kristian Connolly, founder, New website tells a local story MONTPELIER, Vt. – A newly launched website,, went live earlier this month in order to share the story of two Vermont residents, Kristian and Deborah Connolly, who were recently banished from lauded and praised […]

Vermont Violins to present sustainable alternatives at the Violin Society of America

For Immediate Release Vermont Violins to Present Sustainable Alternatives at the Violin Society of America South Burlington, Vermont.        Owner Kathy Reilly has been selected to serve on a panel of experts to discuss Sustainable Alternatives in Violin and Bow Making with leading experts in the violin and bowmaking trade at the annual Violin Society […]

The holidays and adoptees

The holidays can be stressful but even more so for adoptees. Having been an adoptee & a counselor, I am offering a FREE consultation session to other adoptees who want ideas as to how to navigate the holidays as well as creating their sense of identity. Take advantage of a 30-minute FREE consultation by clicking: […]

Jason Van Driesche to run for Burlington South District City Council Seat

Tuesday, November 15, 2022 For Immediate Release Contact: Jason Van Driesche, Candidate,, 802-735-7271 Joanna Grossman, Campaign Manager,, 802-324-4210 Jason Van Driesche to Run for Burlington South District City Council Seat Burlington, VT – November 13th, 2021 – South End resident Jason Van Driesche has declared his candidacy for the Burlington South District City […]