The new Startup Lab is part of a larger effort to find and support entrepreneurs in southeastern Vermont. A study last year found that such services were lacking.
Facing concerns raised by the Elnu Abenaki tribe, NorthStar Group Services says it will bring in a consultant on archaeological and anthropological issues during decommissioning.
The congressman says places like Vernon that must host spent nuclear fuel indefinitely should get federal dollars. His formula works out to potentially some $18 million a year for the town.
The companies say two New England Coalition consultants either aren’t qualified or ignored crucial information in their opposition to the sale of Vermont Yankee as proposed.
Rickey Harrington wears multiple hats as supervisor of Somerset and Glastenbury, two unincorporated towns straddling the border of Windham and Bennington counties, with 11 full-time residents.
Regulators are raising contamination concerns after the plant’s potential buyer proposed burying up to 1.1 million cubic feet of crushed concrete at the Vernon site.
We’ve recently completed a major upgrade to our heating, cooling, and ventilation system at Grace Cottage Family Health.
At a meeting marking the merger of the two school districts, the governor called for citizen involvement and civil discussion on difficult issues like educational consolidation.
Early decommissioning offers many benefits to Windham County, both immediate and down the road.
A half-century after the town’s Victorian-era Brooks Memorial building was bulldozed, its 1967 replacement is standing strong.
News Release — Windham County Workforce Development Network September 18, 2017 Contact: Windham County Workforce Development Network 802.257.7731 www.vermontcareerexpo.com The Windham County Workforce Development Network (Windham WorkNet) is hosting the 5th Annual Southern Vermont Career EXPO and Career Social on Thursday October 19th, 2017. Representatives from area employers, employment agencies, and educational organizations will have […]
Vernon’s Planning and Economic Development Commission wants the property to be available for redevelopment. Officials aren’t interested in seeing an “undeveloped nature preserve.”
The Brattleboro project ran into major delays, but officials are praising the end result. The bridge’s design was a collaborative effort with community members.
The would-be buyer of Vermont Yankee has agreed to talks in an effort to address the tribe’s worries about excavation, cleanup and restoration of part of its ancestral homeland.