Graniteville’s Stephen Donahue joined the ranks of Maplewood/Irving Late Model winners at Barre’s Thunder Road by charging to the win on Community College of Vermont (CCV) Night on Friday, June 29. The third-generation racer took the lead for good from Washington’s Ricky Roberts on lap 38 of the 50-lap feature and sped away for his first Late Model win on the Barre high banks.
Members of the unionized part-time faculty from the Community College of Vermont’s 12 learning centers statewide demonstrated Tuesday outside the office of the chancellor of the Vermont State Colleges System, asking for raises and greater job security.
The Queen City’s Kids Day 2018 is happening Saturday May 5th at the Burlington Waterfront Park from 10 AM to 3 PM. Event Planner for the City of Burlington Parks, Recreation & Waterfront Emma Allen invites the whole family out for a day of entertainment, activities, food and fun.
TD Bank announced a second year of funding for a financial literacy initiative across the Vermont State Colleges system.
VSC Chancellor Jeb Spaulding said half of the 12,000 students enrolled on his five campuses are the first in their family to attend college.
If you are looking for work in the Northeast Kingdom, the place to be April 18 is at the St. Johnsbury Job Fair.
This year is the fifth annual Job Fair, hosted by the St. Johnsbury School and coordinated and presented by Creative Workforce Solutions.
Cyberattacks, natural disasters and deadly school shootings: How are colleges across the country planning for the worst? That was the topic Wednesday at St. Michael’s College in Colchester where campus safety officials gathered from across the country. The focus of the three-day event is how to deal with dangerous incidents that could occur on campus. As our Ike Bendavid learned, those threats go well beyond the school shootings that have made headlines in the last few months
Waterbury Center’s Jason Woodard doubled down with a pair of Lenny’s Shoe & Apparel Flying Tiger feature victories on North Country Federal Credit Union Night at Barre’s Thunder Road on Thursday, June 22. The former Champion captured his third career win after surviving a final three-lap dash in the Myers Container Service Triple Crown Series make-up event to open the program, then ended the evening with his fourth Tiger triumph in the regularly scheduled North Country Federal Credit Union event.
There are a lot of parents out there who know the frustration and worry over being on a waiting list for child care, and now you could be waiting even longer. Some child care centers are taking fewer kids because they can’t find teachers who meet new state requirements.
One click on Craigslist is all it took to see job after job for early ed teachers from Middlebury to Stowe to Georgia.
Democrat Sue Minter served in the Vermont House, lead Vermont’s Transportation Agency and served as Vermont’s Irene Recovery Officer.
“I also understand what it means to be an advocate for this state, fighting for funding from FEMA, from the federal agencies,” says Minter.