Heidi Dessert and Ella Downey, both of Hinesburg, were named to the Community College of Vermont’s summer student honors list which recognizes part-time students with a 4.0 grade point average.
Struggling with a nationwide shortage of funeral directors, the industry in Vermont has teamed up with the Community College of Vermont and state officials to streamline the path to the profession. The state’s Office of Professional Regulation has created a proposed path aimed at reducing the time and money now required for funeral director training.
Aretha Franklin, Anthony Bourdain, John McCain, Stephen Hawking, Barbara and George H.W. Bush: These are a few of the celebrities and public figures who died in 2018.
If you’ve drive on Route 127, the Burlington Beltline, you might have caught a glimpse of a mysterious, black, keyhole-shaped opening standing out in the hillside to your right.
With three Select Board terms ending in March, a flurry of candidate interest might be expected — and that’s already the case. The dust has yet to clear, and won’t finally settle until all nomination papers have been certified in late January, but voters appear likely to have a range of choices in the March […]
The leaders of the Vermont State Colleges System say the system is underfunded, which is detrimental to the state’s efforts to grow the workforce and encourage young people to remain in Vermont.
GW Plastics, a Bethel-based manufacturer with around 380 employees in Vermont, has plants in Arizona, Texas, Mexico, China, and Ireland. And it’s easier to find the right workers in all of those places than it is in Vermont, said the company’s vice president of human resources, Cathy Tempesta.
The Brown Cow Cafe was briefly transformed into a mini museum display last week as a variety of artwork from the Community College of Vermont’s beginner drawing class was exhibited. The exhibition, which showed the black-and-white work of 10 students, was coordinated by CCV faculty and local artist Stella Erich, who taught the class. Mediums […]
St. Albans City and developer Grant Butterfield of Nedde Real Estate have received approval to go forward from the Development Review Board (DRB) with plans for three new buildings in downtown St. Albans. The first, a 25,000 square foot commercial building which will house the Community College of Vermont and offices for Northwestern Medical Center […]
The Winooski mayor’s job is up for grabs. Seth Leonard will step down from the post January 28 and pass the baton temporarily to city councilor and deputy mayor Nicole Mace. She’ll serve until a new mayor is elected on Town Meeting Day in March. Leonard’s term would have lasted until March 2021.