The Vermont Department of Economic Development recently awarded Brattleboro Memorial Hospital a $74,000 Workforce Development Grant. Funded through the Vermont Training Program, the grant will enable BMH to hire, train, and employ medical assistants and scribes for the hospital’s medical practices.
Morrisville Rotary’s Lake Elmore Polar Splash, a “frozen fundraiser” where participants jump into an opening in the ice on Lake Elmore, raised $12,863 to benefit Morrisville Youth Soccer.
This spring, Community College of Vermont (CCV) will offer a free workshop in effective presentation methods at its Middlebury academic center. The course will be held on four consecutive Tuesdays, from 5-8 p.m., beginning March 7.
Two candidates are vying for the right to represent District 2 on the Montpelier City Council: incumbent Anne Watson and challenger Alison Soccodato. In District 3, Ashley Hill is running unopposed to replace Councilor Jessica Edgerly Walsh, who is stepping down. The outcome of the election could have an impact on the makeup of the […]
My name is Rebecca Mattis, and I am running for the Rutland City Board of Aldermen. You may have seen me at Phoenix Books downtown, where I have worked parttime since the store opened in 2015. My husband and I came to Rutland about seven years ago and loved what we found. This community has […]
Community College of Vermont will offer a grant-funded course leading to an industry-recognized credential in the field of manufacturing at multiple locations via telepresence.
The election race has begun for two open seats on Montpelier’s City Council that could determine the fate of embattled City Manager William Fraser. Openings are created by two city councilors who are not running for re- election: Tom Golonka in District 1 and Jessica Edgerly Walsh in District 3. Golonka supported the renewal of […]
You slither into bed after a long day of classes and assignments and start to drift off; at last you can finally get a solid seven hours of sleep if you’re lucky. As your mind wanders to a happy place that doesn’t include copious assignments and dragged-on classes, your thoughts come to a halt. You […]
The Vermont Department of Economic Development recently awarded Brattleboro Memorial Hospital (BMH) a $74,000 Workforce Development Grant. Funded through the Vermont Training Program, the grant will enable BMH to hire, train, and employ medical assistants and scribes for the hospital’s medical practices. Medical Assistants (MA’s) support clinicians by preparing patients for their exams, performing basic […]