The final point event of the season at Thunder Road is set for this Friday, Sept. 8 with Community College of Vermont Championship Night. The Thunder Road Late Models, Lenny’s Shoe & Apparel Flying Tigers, and Allen Lumber Street Stocks will all crown their champions at the Friday night affair that was previously postponed due […]
This autumn, there are several important opportunities for you to help us let Vermont decision makers know the time is now to take action on climate and steward our natural resources for generations to come.
Vermont hadn’t seen a solar eclipse since the 1990s, so Aug. 21 was a memorable date even if the event as viewed from here didn’t reach totality. Around Addison and Rutland counties, skywatchers turned out with protective eye wear to safely view the darkened solar disk. In Middlebury, staffers of the Ilsley Public Library signed […]
Bobby Therrien and Trampas Demers are set to determine who will claim their first Thunder Road Late Model championship over the next two races. Therrien, of Hinesburg, has been at or near the top of the Late Model standings for the entire season while Demers, of South Burlington, propelled himself into the championship fight with […]
The Vermont Outdoor Recreation Economic Collaborative (VOREC) steering committee will host a series of public forums to gather input from Vermonters on how to leverage and strengthen the State’s outdoor recreation assets to grow the economy. The first is September 12 and they run through October 24.
Explore Downtown Rutland and kick off an art-filled weekend with the Rutland Art Walk Friday, Aug. 11, 5-8 p.m. A collective of artists have all planned to open their gallery doors with light refreshments on hand for one night to highlight the growing and thriving visual arts scene in Rutland. While the public is invited […]
The Reining Horse Foundation (RHF) announces the recipients of $10,500 in academic and need-based scholarships for seven youth members: Terri-June Granger of Dothan, Ala.; David Gringeri of West Haven, Vt.; Nicholas Muir of Lynnwood, Wash.; Quinn Sutherland of Eureka, Mont.; Megan D’Andrea of Fowler, Ohio; Jarid Walton of Riverdale, Mich.; and Morgan Knerr of Plain […]
C2 (Competitive Computing), a Colchester-based technology consulting firm, announced three new hires and a promotion with their organization: Taylor Schneider, Systems Technician, will focus on Desktop Support and Managed Services. Schneider is a graduate of Saint Michael’s College (link is external) and holds a BA in Psychology with a minor in Business Administration. He previously […]
Dylan Rabtoy is keeping things interesting at The Asphalt Track at Devil’s Bowl Speedway. The young stock car driver won his second NASCAR Whelen All-American Series race of the season on Community College of Vermont Night on Saturday and further tightened an already-close battle for the championship.
Bill Crowe comes to Sarasota after 34 years of business experience at IBM and has taught computer related classes at New Horizons, Community College of Vermont, and Saint Michaels College in Vermont. Bill teaches many Apple iPad and iPhone classes for Sarasota Tech Users Group (STUG) and is on their board of directors.