With the holiday and winter season upon us and 2021 just around the bend, Vermont outdoor businesses are working with customers in creative ways to find the perfect gift and the right gear. Recreation businesses, non-profit organizations, and state agencies are preparing trails, access points, and infrastructure to ensure safe experiences for winter activities such […]
Today the Vermont State Colleges System announced that the $2.3 million dollar Coronavirus Relief Fund (CRF) Workforce Initiative established by the state made free courses and trainings possible for 971 Vermonters.
People flying into T.F. Green Airport were given the option of a free coronavirus test this weekend as the state looks to prevent a surge in cases following Thanksgiving.
Since 1970, the Community College of Vermont has taken an innovative approach to higher education. When CCV was founded 50 years ago, it was seen as a bold experiment.
For 30 years, Susan Stoutes worked for Tuttle Printing and Engraving in Rutland. But in March, along with thousands of other Vermonters, she was laid off as the pandemic hammered businesses across the state.
A draft report commissioned by lawmakers recommends consolidating the Vermont State College system while urging the state to spend more money on higher education.
The draft report I wrote about this week that called for drastic changes to the Vermont State Colleges also said Community College of Vermont should keep doing what it’s doing, only more so.
Alderman Chris Ettori says he will challenge Mayor David Allaire in the March election.
Seven months after its initial response to COVID-19, Central Vermont Medical Center has made the necessary adjustments and daily life at the county’s largest employer and health care provider has returned to normal.
Capstone Community Action Executive Director Sue Minter talks about the Fuel Your Neighbors campaign and Capstone’s work on this Giving Tuesday.