New England

New England Summit on Workforce & Aging to Explore Why Gray is the New Green

For Immediate Release April 20, 2017 Jess Maurer, Executive Director, Maine Association of Area Agencies on Aging 207-592-9972 or [email protected] Regional Summit on Workforce & Aging to Explore Why Gray is the New Green Region’s Economic Future Will Depend, in Part, on Older Workers & Community Leaders On May 8, 2017 business, human resources, labor, […]

Then Again: A trailblazer’s journey to the top of Vermont, and beyond

Back in 1818, announcing your intention to climb one great big mountain was weird enough. But two great big mountains? You’ve got to be kidding. Alden Partridge was serious.

Report furthers efforts to build a sustainable regional food system

American Farmland Trust, Conservation Law Foundation and the Northeast Sustainable Agriculture Working Group released a report today geared toward generating a serious discussion on building a sustainable, regional food system in six New England states.

Massachusetts company proposes Plattsburgh-Burlington electricity transmission line

Under a New England-wide initiative, underwater line would carry New York-produced wind power to Vermont

Special Report: Charting implementation of the Affordable Care Act in New England

VTDigger looks at how implementing the Affordable Care Act is going in the six New England states — four that are building their own exchanges and two that are using the federal website.

Halkias: New England’s Big 3?

While the American big three sports are baseball, football and basketball, New England has a love affair with its own triad of revered athletics – soccer, lacrosse, and ice hockey.