News Release — Kellogg-Hubbard Library October 16, 2017 Contact: Rachel Senechal, Director of PoemCity at Kellogg-Hubbard Library 802 223-3338 MONTPELIER, VT – The Kellogg Hubbard library is once again calling for poetry submissions for its ninth year of PoemCity, a city-wide event that displays poetry on local business storefronts as a way to celebrate National […]
The city says it will close this week on the last property it needs for a development combining a transit center, housing, a bike bridge and more. Construction is due in the spring.
When the Vermont College of Fine Arts leases some of its space to the State of Vermont, the City of Montpelier sends a tax bill.
While hearing the words safe and included may cause some to think we are shielding our students too much from the world around them, for me it’s preparing them to be exactly who they are as they prepare to enter that world.
News Release — Community Engagement Lab September 20, 2017 Contact: Paul Gambill, Executive Director, Community Engagement Lab [email protected]; 802.595.0087 The city of Montpelier is seeking proposals from a Vermont artist or team of artists for a major public art installation for the One Taylor Street Redevelopment Project. Deadline for submission is November 1. Visual, craft […]
Paddlers in a river-borne protest called for an end to “combined sewage overflows,” in which city wastewater systems send untreated sewage to rivers and lakes in heavy rains.
The locally owned pharmacies are selling to the regional chain, which is guaranteeing the jobs of current employees who want to stay on.
A thank you to Joseph Gainza for organizing the rally and speakout in Montpelier against the white supremacist events in Charlottesville.
News Release — Community Engagement Lab July 24, 2017 Contact: Paul Gambill [email protected] 802.595.0087 MONTPELIER FORMING SELECTION COMMITTEE FOR LARGE PUBLIC ART WORK The city of Montpelier is welcoming applicants to serve on a committee to choose an artist to design, create and install a permanent work of art at the One Taylor Street Redevelopment […]
News Release — Vermont State Employees Credit Union July 13, 2017 Contact: Yvonne Garand [email protected] 802-371-5197 Louisa Schibli and Janice Shade [email protected] 802-899-0979 Leaders in Local Investing Provide Investment Insights for Everyday Vermonters VSECU to Host Lunch and Learn in Montpelier MONTPELIER, VT, JULY 12, 2017 –At noon on Wednesday, July 19, VSECU, Vermont’s only […]
Brattleboro attendees will find themselves filmed by a Discovery Channel television crew, while Montpelier spectators, voting on smartphones, can award participants $1,000 prizes.
A Cabot-Danville-Twinfield school district unification failed in two of the communities, while Rochester backed out of its earlier endorsement of a combination with Royalton and Bethel.
Proponents say it will ease tax burdens for residents of both towns, but especially tiny Roxbury. Voters in Montpelier also will decide on an unrelated tax stabilization question.
The Montpelier school will combine with the art and design college in Cleveland that NECI’s president also heads.