The Goddard College Alumni Association says it has “no confidence” in the progressive college’s current executive leadership, saying there’s “a complete lack of understanding of the unique pedagogy of the college.”
Central Vermont cases are declining, but statewide totals still high.
A wedding in Plainfield linked to at least 67 Covid-19 infections has driven up the case rates of the town and its neighboring communities, according to Vermont Department of Health data.
While there’s no clear plans to bring refugees to Vermont, the college has announced it would be ready to host refugees on its campus for at least two months.
New data and projections suggested the state wouldn’t need the space.
Some Plainfield residents are worried the plan could spread the virus more widely.
News Release — Vermont Council on Rural Development April 3, 2019 Contact: Jon Copans Phone: (802) 225-6393 [email protected] REVITALIZING ALL MARSHFIELD AND PLAINFIELD: RAMP INTO THE FUTURE WILL KICK-OFF ON APRIL 30 WITH FORUMS AND A COMMUNITY MEAL – ALL ARE INVITED TO PARTICIPATE MARSHFIELD/PLAINFIELD – The Vermont Council on Rural Development will launch the […]
Growing financial woes in higher education threaten surrounding economies.
News Release — Vermont Department of Forests, Parks & Recreation May 11, 2018 Contact: Jenny Lauer, Vermont Department of Forests, Parks & Recreation (802) 828-1531, [email protected] Emerald Ash Borer: Slow the Spread! New Signs Warn Motorists, “Don’t Move Ash Firewood” MONTPELIER – Motorists in the areas of Plainfield, Groton, Calais, Williamstown, Washington, and Barre may […]
News Release – Department of Forests, Parks & Recreation April 30, 2018 Contact: Emma Hanson | Wood Energy Coordinator, Department of Forests, Parks & Recreation 802-622-4187 | [email protected] |http://fpr.vermont.gov/ Andrew Perchlik |Public Service Department | Clean Energy Development Fund 802-828-4017 | [email protected] | http://publicservice.vermont.gov/renewable_energy/cedf MONTPELIER, VT – Not that long ago, the Hollister Hill Apartments […]
We have been fortunate that the Marshfield dam has held during the unprecedented number of serious storms in 2011, 2015 and 2017. Luck, however, should not be the basis of policy.
News Release — 350Vermont January 9th, 2018 Contact: Jaiel Pulskamp [email protected] 802-498-7866 Residents in 30 towns across Vermont from Arlington to Williston are petitioning in their communities to put climate change on the Town Meeting Day agendas and ballots. The full list of towns includes: Arlington, Bennington, Brattleboro, Cornwall, Dorset, Dummerston, Duxbury, East Montpelier, Essex […]
News Release — Office of the Governor December 20, 2017 Contact: Rebecca Kelley, Office of the Governor, 802-828-6403 Josh Hanford, Department of Housing and Community Development, ACCD 802-595-1385 Springfield, VT – Governor Phil Scott joined local, state and federal partners Wednesday to announce over $3.5 million in community development grants to eight communities. Brownfield clean-up […]
The badly written law with a misguided, albeit well intentioned, cookie-cutter approach to problem solving will wreak havoc.