Vermont Business Magazine The author of a new study showing slow but consistent progress in the experiences of LGBTQ students on college campuses over the past 70 years is concerned that for the first time since 1944, that trend may be reversing.
Vermont Business Magazine The National Association of State Treasurers (NAST) announced that it has elected Vermont State Treasurer Beth Pearce as its 2018 President during the association’s annual conference in Boston. Treasurer Pearce will succeed outgoing President Ken Miller, the State Treasurer of Oklahoma, on January 1, 2018.
Vermont Business Magazine As Vermonters and visitors alike take to the roads to enjoy the fall colors, they’ll notice a new addition along the Route 100 drive between Waterbury and Stowe. It is the state-of-the-art, custom built 15,000 square foot big brilliant red barn with a shiny silver coffee silo, new home to Vermont Artisan Coffee & Tea, Company and its sister companies, Coffee Lab International and CLI’s School of Coffee. And they are open for business.
Vermont Business Magazine One in four Vermonters struggles with food insecurity and today as part of Hunger Action Month, VSECU expanded their commitment to help meet the needs of hungry Vermonters by announcing their adoption of the Point to Point charity cycling event. VSECU, a member-owned cooperative and not for profit credit union, is accepting the leadership role from Harpoon Brewery in the popular fundraising event that has raised awareness and more than $1.5 million over 16 years for the Vermont Foodbank’s mission to fight hunger.
Vermont Business Magazine A Vermont estate designed by award-winning architect Brad Rabinowitz will sell to the highest bidder at auction on October 5th through leading global auction firm Concierge Auctions. Set on more than 208 acres, 2295 Moretown Mountain Road is designed to seamlessly integrate with its surroundings, boasting floor to ceiling windows and panoramic nature views.
Vermont Business Magazine Governor Phil Scott and Senator Patrick Leahy today issued the following statement on President Trump's nomination of Christina Nolan to be Vermont's next US Attorney. Leahy and Scott recommended the Burlington attorney to the president in June.
Vermont Business Magazine Weekly unemployment claims fell under 300 claims last week and remain at a historically low level. Claims have been falling steadily since early July. Claims also are lower than they were the same time last year, which has been the case for most weeks in 2017. For the week of September 16, 2017, there were 294 claims, 12 fewer than than they were last week and 56 fewer than they were a year ago.
Vermont Business Magazine The Vermont Agency of Agriculture, Food & Markets has announced the availability of over $1M in grants for the FY18 grant cycle.
Vermont Business Magazine The Vermont Department of Public Safety (DPS) has received a $329,378 Fire Prevention and Safety grant from the Federal Emergency Management Agency, Vermont’s congressional delegation announced Friday.
Vermont Business Magazine The University of Vermont/Porter Medical Center in Middlebury announced today a new, three-year contract with the union representing the Porter nursing staff that will run through September 30, 2020. The registered nurses of the Porter Federation of Nurses and Health Professionals voted on Thursday to ratify a new collective bargaining agreement, their second contract since organizing in 2013. The contract was reached after four months of negotiations.
Vermont Business Magazine The owner of the Three Stallion Inn in Randolph, Jesse "Sam" Sammis, has sold the iconic property to a prep school in Connecticut, of which he is a graduate. After nearly a year of research, planning, and a site visit/inspection in April by members of the Board of Trustees, Brunswick School in Greenwich announced on Tuesday it took ownership of its new campus on September 14.
Vermont Business Magazine Vermont Systems will present the 2017 Special Olympics Vermont Fall Games September 23-24 at South Burlington High School, Dorset Park, and the Burlington Country Club. Nearly 400 athletes and Unified partners will compete in Athletics (track and field), golf, soccer, and softball.