With spring vacation quickly approaching, it is an ideal time for area students to visit college and university campuses. Seniors who are planning to attend college in the fall must make their final decision by May 1 and submit a tuition deposit and enrollment contract to the institution where they will enroll. If a senior […]
It’s only been two months since his release from prison, but 22-year-old Sam Ramsey already has found a job, signed up for community college classes and started the mental health counseling he never received during his 3½ years behind bars in Vermont. Ramsey’s reward for getting his life on track? Orleans County State’s Attorney Jennifer […]
Gov. Phil Scott is scheduled to be one of the participants at a summit being held Monday to address how to enlist more and better-trained workers in the fight against addiction disorders in Vermont. The event, scheduled for Monday at Vermont Technical College in Randolph Center, is expected to bring together more than 150 representatives […]
Community College of Vermont, 324 Main St., will host a workshop offering general as well as veteran-specific career services from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. today and tomorrow. Participants will learn job search skills and tips for choosing a career or major. The military and veteran-focused portion of the session will provide information on marketing military […]
New Hampshire Sen. Jeanne Shaheen has been speaking out about the importance of the Northern Border Regional Commission. That program also funds rural development in Vermont. But, under President Trump’s proposed 2018 budget, that funding would be eliminated.
Last fall, a pair of Vergennes writers launched Zig Zag Lit Mag, a semiannual publication dedicated to lifting up the voices of Addison County writers. On March 28, they released their second issue with a party at the Vermont Book Shop in Middlebury.
William Armando Rodriguez Rodriguez, who lives in Brattleboro with his fiance, Leslie Hanafin, became a naturalized citizen last month. Rodriguez first came to the U.S. in October 2010 with his band, which was looking to experience “cultural change,” according to Rodriguez. He hadn’t intended to stay, but then he met Hanafin at one of the […]
June 24, 1946, to February 15, 2017 Join us to remember and celebrate the life of Gary Steller on Sunday, April 30, from 2 to 5 p.m. at the Community College of Vermont in Winooski. Come when you can, and leave when you’d like. Bring a story or two to share and photos if you […]
At its March 22 meeting, City Council voted unanimously to allow beer sales beginning this summer — under carefully managed conditions — at Vermont Mountaineers baseball games at the Montpelier Recreation Field on Elm Street.
Emily Mleczko plans to become a nurse. As a student graduating from Brattleboro Union High School this June, Mleczko has been taking courses in Health Services at the Windham Regional Career Center. She’s completed Principles of Biomedical Science, Human Body Systems, Nutrition, and Medical Terminology, and she’s currently enrolled in Human Growth & Development and […]