One item in the budget that has received little, but which will be a game-changer for some, is a proposal to help Vermonters from households earning less than $50,000 go to college at no cost.
The Vermont Senate on Friday approved a $104 million coronavirus relief package, adding $20 million in spending to the version passed by the House of Representatives last month.
With needed attention now focused on the nation’s physical infrastructure, crumbling bridges, collapsing transit systems, hospitals and more, just as much attention needs to be paid to the nation’s civic infrastructure. And Vermont can lead the way.
March 29-April 2—The Community College of Vermont’s spring 2021 virtual career fair will be held March 29 – April 2.
In Rutland County, a plan to merge Castleton University with two other institutions in the state college system has people worried about losing the identity of the school, which provides an economic boost to the area.
The Central Vermont Solid Waste Management District (CVSWMD) has hired Lisa Liotta as its new General Manager. Liotta comes with over 25 years in business management as CVSWMD’s former ARCC Operations Manager, a Park Manager with Vermont State Parks, and lead business and analyst roles as an independent consultant and in private industry.
Proposition 2: Vermonters must oppose racism, renew and expand our collective identity, and welcome new Vermonters.I am a proud Vermonter. Born and raised in this state, my husband and I made Vermont our home because there is no place that we love more. We cherish the land, the people, even the muddy roads and drastic […]
The Vermont State College System Board of Trustees voted in February to consolidate Vermont Technical College, Castleton University and Northern Vermont University into a single accredited institution. The plan keeps all of the colleges’ campuses open — in Williston, Randolph, Castleton, Johnson and Lyndon. The Community College of Vermont in Winooski will remain a separate […]
Meryl would have shown us at least five-and-a-half emotions at war with each other; you’re only giving me two.
Vermont State Colleges System Chancellor Sophie Zdatny today commented on the Vermont House’s proposal to bolster the Vermont State Colleges System (VSCS) with a total proposed appropriation of $97 million in the Fiscal Year 2022 State Budget(link is external).