Heady Vermont announces return of growers cup competition

BURLINGTON, Vermont – Following the successful relaunch of Heady Vermont’s platform this fall, the cannabis media and events company has announced the return of The Headies, the state’s largest annual competition for growers. The 2018 and 2019 competitions attracted numerous competitors in several categories, including THC and CBD flower, concentrates, topicals and edibles, and culminated […]

Giving Tuesday donations to the Children’s Literacy Foundation to be matched up to $10,000

Waterbury Center, VT: “Giving Tuesday” is the nonprofit ‘holiday’ when, instead of shopping as on Black Friday or Cyber Monday, people are encouraged to give back to causes they care about. This Giving Tuesday (November 30), the Children’s Literacy Foundation (CLiF) will be raising funds to support writing and storytelling workshops for kids 12 and […]

Danville School to benefit from local solar — right next door

Continuing its 10 year focus of providing solar power projects to Vermont schools, Norwich Solar is pleased to announce that the Danville School, Cabot High School and Twinfield Union School will be receiving Net Metering Credits from a 500 kilowatt solar project built next to the Danville School. The solar project will further enable the […]

Turrell Fund announces 2021 S. Whitney Landon Award winners

(Montclair, NJ, November 17, 2021) — Turrell Fund of Montclair, NJ, is pleased to announce the winners of this year’s S. Whitney Landon Awards. A total of $30,000 in unrestricted grants was given to the following agencies doing exemplary work on behalf of young children in Vermont: Addison County Parent Child Center, Middlebury, VT Northshire […]

Coalition announces alternative Sears Lane proposal, demands ‘housing first’ from mayor

CONTACT: Julie Macuga, [email protected], 802-238-5777 / FaRied Munarsyah, [email protected], 802-272-8339 After successful public pushback against Weinberger administration’s initial five-days deadline for eviction of residents at Sears Lane homeless camp, a coalition of mutual aid groups are calling on the Weinberger administration to uphold the human right to housing, honor Burlington’s commitment to a “Housing First” […]

Woman-owned, woman-focused portrait photographer opens studio in Essex Junction

My name is Amanda Starr, owner of Amanda Starr Photography. I specialize in serving, celebrating and empowering women and the important people in their lives with an exceptional portrait experience that ends in beautiful images and products. I recently opened a studio at 12 Main Street in Essex Junction and I look forward to serving […]

100+ Women Who Care of Chittenden County, Vt., awards Turning Point Center, Vermont Youth Orchestra and ANEW Place a combined $14,600 at its quarterly meeting on Oct. 28, 2021

BURLINGTON, Vermont, November 9, 2021 100+ Women Who Care (100WWC), a worldwide charitable giving circle with a chapter in Chittenden County, celebrates their 18 month anniversary by awarding Turning Point Center $10,000+, Vermont Youth Orchestra and ANEW Place each receiving $2,000+ at its 6th quarterly meeting on October 27, 2021. To date 100WWC-Chittenden County have […]

Free third night at the Wilburton, from Thanksgiving through Hanukkah, to celebrate USA Today featuring the Wilburton in their top 10 places to spend the holidays in New England

For Immediate Release – high resolution images available FREE THIRD NIGHT AT THE WILBURTON, FROM THANKSGIVING THROUGH HANUKKAH, TO CELEBRATE USA TODAY FEATURING THE WILBURTON IN THEIR TOP 10 PLACES TO SPEND THE HOLIDAYS IN NEW ENGLAND. MANCHESTER, VERMONT – USA Today featured The Wilburton Destination Resort in Manchester Village, Vermont in their top 10 […]

AO Glass participates in creation of new Maya Lin sculpture

Burlington VT November 18, 2021. AO Glass is proud to announce the completion of Maya Lin’s “Decoding the Tree of Life” in the new UPenn Medical center in Philadelphia. Contracted by UAP an international art fabrication company, and with guidance from Keer Foundries, AO Glass hand crafted over 14,000 glass globes which wrap around 40 […]

Community Health Mettowee celebrates 25 years

West Pawlet – “Community Health Mettowee is a great place to work. We are like a little family here,” said Debbie Buxton, LPN, one of the original Mettowee nurses who is celebrating Community Health Mettowee’s 25 years as a family practice in the beautiful rolling hills of Mettowee Valley. She joined Community Health when local […]

Women with disabilities: Vermont Commission on Women’s new (Un)Equal Pay podcast conversation

(Montpelier) – Sarah Launderville, Executive Director of the Vermont Center for Independent Living, moderates this dialogue with guests Deborah Lisi-Baker, Winnie Looby, Cara Sachs, and Laura Siegel in the new podcast in the Vermont Commission on Women’s (Un)Equal Pay Day series. Introduced by VCW’s Executive Director Cary Brown, this episode explores equity and employment through […]

VSAC receives $2.9 million grant to provide educational opportunities for adult learners

WINOOSKI – The Vermont Student Assistance Corporation (VSAC), Vermont’s statewide organization supporting education for Vermonters beyond high school, announced that it has received a significant five-year funding extension for its Educational Opportunity Center, which helps Vermont adult learners connect with college and workforce training. The $2.9 million federal grant allows the EOC to continue its […]