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The Norwich University Office of Communications welcomes Lindsay Cahill Lord to its staff as the new special projects coordinator in charge of the annual William E. Colby Military Writers Symposium as well as other duties.
Seven Days, Vermont’s free, independent weekly newspaper, won eight awards at the Vermont Press Association ceremony last Thursday in Montpelier.
The awards are an annual competition among the daily and nondaily newspapers in the state of Vermont.
Seven Days won eight awards including:
• General Excellence, nondaily: First Place, Seven Days
KSE Partners LLP, Vermont’s leading government affairs, communications and research firm, today named Scott Mackey as managing partner.
The Bank of Bennington contributed a combined total of $25,000 to eighteen local food and fuel funds in Bennington, Arlington, Manchester, Hoosick, and Cambridge communities in December 2013.
Norwich University computer science and computer security students have completed a first draft of The Rook’s Guide to C++, a book that aspires to become a textbook for entry level programming students.
Bread Loaf Corporation, a Vermont firm of architects, planners and builders, is pleased to announce two recent promotions.
Ledyard National Bank is pleased to announce that Stacey Alexander, Compliance and BSA Specialist, recently completed the Certified Community Bank Internal Auditing Program, sponsored by the Independent Community Bankers of America (ICBA).
Hanson & Doremus Investment Management, a Burlington based manager of equity and fixed income portfolios for individuals, endowments and retirement plans is pleased to welcome back Julie Won, CFA as a Partner and shareholder in the business.
Through the month of November, New England Federal Credit Union (NEFCU) and Community Health Centers of Burlington (CHCB) conducted a “Sock Drop” to provide warm socks for CHCB’s patients and the homeless during Vermont’s long, cold winters. Donations of new, warm socks were accepted at CHCB’s Riverside Avenue location and multiple NEFCU branches.
Staige Davis, CEO and President of Lang McLaughry Real Estate announced today Andrea Kaplan has earned her Real Estate Broker's License. Andrea, who specializes in residential real estate, began her career in 2006.
OpenTempo, Inc., a Williston-based healthcare technology company, is making it a priority this holiday season to provide food for Vermonters in need.
“We delivered 335 pounds of food and over $400 to the Chittenden County Emergency Food Shelf,” says Walt Marti, the Chief Administrative Officer, whose family has long-supported the food shelf.
A longtime employee of the University of Vermont has been named director of the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) at UVM.
Cathi Cody-Hudson, a UVM Continuing and Distance Education (CDE) employee for 31 years, will lead the OLLI at UVM on-campus and statewide program, effective Jan. 1, 2014.