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.
WEST HAVEN, Vt. – Jason Durgan picked the right night to become the first repeat winner of the season at Vermont’s Devil’s Bowl Speedway, scoring in the double-points Mid-Season Championship race presented by Friend Construction on Saturday, July 23. Durgan was one of four NASCAR Whelen All-American Series stock car winners on the half-mile Asphalt Track on Saturday, including Robert Bryant Jr., Richie Turner, and Eric Messier.
BURLINGTON, Vt. – The campaign countdown clock is ticking with party primaries just more than a month away.
Statehouse Reporter Kyle Midura continues our coverage with a look at policy proposals from the Democratic candidates for governor.
Sure, it’s only the start of summer, but this year that’s not too early for Vermont’s statewide political candidates to launch television advertising.
BARRE, Vt. – John Donahue of Graniteville held off a furious charge from Scott Dragon of Milton and claimed a photo-finish victory in the 50-lap Thunder Road Late Models feature on Community College of Vermont Night.
Fourth-grader Amanda is brushing up on her piano playing during school vacation week. Today, she has a slightly larger audience than usual. Her brother-in-law, Anthony Eversole, is back on a break from Lackland Air Force Base in Texas, where he’s based with the U.S. Air Force. He and Alissa had planned to celebrate their five-year anniversary, but Amanda had no idea.
BURLINGTON, Vt. – The Community College of Vermont opens its doors to thousands of students a year at a dozen locations across the state.
Joyce Judy is the president of CCV and she appeared on “The :30” to talk about what’s happening at the school in our Campus Connection.