News Release — Windsor County Partners October 6, 2017 Contact: Jennifer Grant Windsor County Partners 802-674-5101 [email protected] The local youth mentoring organization, Windsor County Partners, celebrated its 43rd birthday at its annual luncheon, held on Wednesday, September 27th, at the beautiful Windsor Mansion Inn. The attendees included board members, mentors, other volunteers, supporters, and staff. […]
The terms of employment, which still have to be ratified by the teachers and the full School Board, include base salary increases of 1.4 percent in the first year and 1.95 percent in the second.
News Release — Mt. Ascutney Hospital and Health Center September 6, 2017 Contact: Amber Cutler (802) 674-7327, [email protected] WINDSOR, VT – On June 19, continuing a tradition that began 35 years ago, the Woodstock Country Club hosted the annual MAH Classic golf tournament. More than 80 golfers participated in a day filled with challenges and […]
News Release — Upper Valley Aquatic Center Sept. 5, 2017 Contact: Lisa Vallejo Sorensen Communications Director Upper Valley Aquatic Center (802) 296-2850 ex.111 Meet the People Who Made It Happen Most swimmers tend to specialize in a specific event. Once a breaststroker, always a breaststroker. However, it never hurts to pick up a different stroke. […]
Dorothy Thompson and Sinclair Lewis called the property Twin Farms. Lewis said it was “the first place I have ever had a real home in.”
Some of the facility’s 50 prisoners may be released by the Oct. 31 closing date, while others would be transferred. It’s also unclear whether the Windsor site may reopen as a re-entry facility.
Two companies have applied separately to open a dispensary in town. The state has received applications for Middlebury, South Burlington and Williston as well.
If the NorthStar plan happens to makes the future of the nuclear power industry more viable, no wonder anti-nuclear groups like the New England Coalition are concerned.
Despite concerns about proposed federal budget cuts, Southeastern Vermont Community Action is hoping an increase in USDA funding might keep its fixup program afloat.
The governor wanted to close it, but the current plan is for a transitional facility. “We don’t want the state to just walk away and lock the door,” said Sen. Alison Clarkson, D-Windsor.
Jim Harrison was sworn in Tuesday to replace Job Tate, a Mendon Republican who stepped down last week. Harrison ran the Vermont Retail and Grocers’ Association until the end of last year.
Republican Job Tate, of Mendon, said he will resign because he felt his constituents should be fully represented and Gov. Phil Scott’s agenda supported.
Coolidge Solar in Ludlow and Cavendish will benefit the state and not have “undue adverse impacts,” the PSB said. It will be four times the size of the biggest solar array currently operating.
Processing for applications in Windham and Windsor counties took an average of 50 days last year, the longest of all nine districts in the state.