While Gov. Phil Scott continues to open the societal spigot ever so slowly, patience and discipline must guide our graduated activities without risking and causing injury to ourselves and others. Our social, economic and civic lives depend on it.
Investments in Vermont’s vulnerable communities will strengthen our economy, bolster individual buying power, and help many of the state’s businesses overcome the challenges of operating in this pandemic.
Vermont’s small businesses have defined the look and feel of our downtowns and community centers, yet the consequences of this pandemic have dramatically transformed many into ghost towns.
News Release — Brattleboro Museum and Art Center Nov. 14, 2018 Contact: Erin Jenkins [email protected] 802-257-0124, ext. 113 With three upcoming events, Brattleboro Museum & Art Center explores addiction and recovery, honors those working in the field BRATTLEBORO, VT – In connection with the exhibit “If she has a pulse, she has a chance,” the […]
One woman’s story as she manages her recovery from drug addiction.
The state’s Roxbury facility was heavily damaged when Tropical Storm Irene blew through in 2011. It will take $4.5 million to replace but FEMA is challenging the proposed design.