Vermont State Police The Vermont State Police are investigating a death in the Town of Clarendon. A middle aged male was located deceased under the US RT 7 bridge near the intersection of RT 7B. The male has not yet been positively identified, however police believe they know his identity. The descendant was apparently homeless and was living under the bridge for a prolonged period of time.
Vermont Business Magazine Seven Days, Vermont’s free, independent newsweekly, won 14 first-place awards in this year’s New England Better Newspaper Competition — including for general excellence and top honors in business, crime and courts, education, health, human interest, religion, science and sports-feature reporting. Eva Sollberger received first place in all four video categories. The paper also won seven second-place and one third-place awards — 22 total.
Vermont Business Magazine The Office of the United States Attorney for the District of Vermont stated that Mark Triolo, 47, was sentenced on February 11, 2020 to 75 months in jail by Judge Christina Reiss in United States District Court in Burlington, Vermont. Triolo had previously pleaded guilty to three counts of robbery. Judge Reiss also imposed a three-year period of supervised release to be served after Triolo completes his jail sentence.
by Jill Olson, Executive Director, VNAs of Vermont Recently, I was honored to sit on a panel with other health care leaders to discuss early successes with Vermont’s all-payer model. Dr Joshua Sharfstein, a national health care reform expert currently teaching and practicing at Johns Hopkins University, moderated the panel and put Vermont’s experience in a national context.
Vermont Business Magazine Ledyard National Bank recently donated $1,000 to The Family Place in Norwich to support their upcoming Force for the Future Luncheon on March 31, 2020. The Family Place, a private, non-profit organization and one of 15 legislatively-designated Parent Child Centers in Vermont, delivers comprehensive programs designed to strengthen positive relationships, teach essential skills and promote enduring healthy growth for families with young children in the Upper Valley and surrounding communities.
by Lynn Barrett Vermont — especially Southern Vermont — has everything people are looking for. They just don’t know it exists, and they don’t even really know where it is. How can we get the region to become top of mind? Visitors spend $2.5 billion in our state every year. Yet state spending has fallen 6 percent over the last five years, she reports, with only $2 million for destination marketing. Perhaps to fill some of this void, groups in both Bennington and Brattleboro have convinced their respective town governments to fund their own marketing campaigns to entice more visitors.
Vermont Business Magazine Norwich University’s College of Graduate and Continuing Studies (CGCS) officials announced today the new online Bachelor of Science in Business Administration program, which is designed to provide students with the communication, leadership, and problem-solving skills needed as a high-level manager. The program is set to begin in May 2020.
Vermont Business Magazine Key Private Bank, the wealth management division of KeyCorp (NYSE: KEY), was awarded for the best "Private Banking Client Service" and Key Family Wealth, the multi-family office division of Key Private Bank, was named "Best Outsourced CIO" at the Private Asset Management (PAM) Awards in New York City.
Vermont Business Magazine The Office of the United States Attorney for the District of Vermont announced that Curtis Bunkley, aka “Punisher,” of Brattleboro, has been indicted by a federal grand jury for distributing heroin and fentanyl leading to the overdose death of a Winhall, VT, resident. Bunkley was arraigned today by United States Magistrate Judge John M Conroy, who ordered Bunkley detained pending trial.
Vermont Business Magazine Ready Set Grow Center for Early Childhood Education opened in Newport this past September thanks to the support of many community and state-wide partners. Locally, Casella Waste Systems came on board as a strong supporter early on, showcasing their desire to support children and families in the Northeast Kingdom.
Vermont Business Magazine The Office of the United States Attorney for the District of Vermont stated that Jennifer Dwyer, 49, of St. Johnsbury, Vermont, was sentenced today in federal court on one count of wire fraud arising out of the embezzlement of approximately $2.2 million over a ten-year period from her Lyndonville employer, Northeast Agricultural Sales, Inc. US District Judge Christina Reiss sentenced Dwyer to 51 months in prison, to be followed by three years of supervised release. Judge Reiss also ordered that Dwyer pay restitution in the amount of $2,221,079.47.