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MONTPELIER — On the heels of one of Vermont’s largest snowfalls of the season, while skiers and snowboarders from neighboring states revel in fresh powder, Vermont will be celebrating Tourism Day at the Statehouse on Wednesday, March 22. Throughout the day, industry leaders will engage with …

Funding is now available from the Vermont Changemakers Table grant program through the Vermont Community Foundation, in collaboration with Vermont Businesses for Social Responsibility. The grant round is designed by the Changemakers, an annual cohort of 20 young Vermonters seeking to drive p…

BELLOWS FALLS — The Guinness tasted just a little sweeter this year: St. Patrick's Day marked the return of normalcy for many in Bellows Falls and Vermont after a major snowstorm earlier in the week cut off electricity and conviviality for days.

BRATTLEBORO — Ben is 32 years old and the sixth generation to work at the Robb Farm. In 1907 his family moved to Ames Hill in West Brattleboro and began a farming operation. For many years the land supported a dairy herd, but in 2011 the family shifted its emphasis from milk production to ra…

BRATTLEBORO — The multimedia arts organization Epsilon Spires, which has hosted over 200 events in downtown Brattleboro since opening in 2019, has two new additions to its board of directors: Rob Forman, who will take over as secretary, and George W. Meyers.

MANCHESTER — The message to those still sitting in the dark, waiting for their power to be restored after this week’s nor’easter: Line workers from Canada and other states are working with local crews around the clock to get the lights back on across the state, says Green Mountain Power.

Since 1968, the Winston Prouty Center for Child and Family Development has provided inclusive education and family support to promote the success of children and families. For the past two years, we have been talking about developing housing. One of the questions we keep being asked is why?

My name is Jordan Heiden. I’m a young Vermonter who drives a hybrid, has 17 solar panels on her roof, and joyfully embraces a fully plant-based diet. I’m also the Keep Vermont Cool campaign manager.

I had the unique privilege when I was the CEO and president of the Brattleboro Retreat from 2006-2016 of working closely with Dr. Fritz Engstrom in his role as chief medical officer. It is rare in one’s working life to have the opportunity to partner as an executive leader with an individual…

Vermont State University announced in January that it would have a digital resource library as of July 1, 2023. We were immediately met with a wave of questions, comments, and concerns. And though there was a negative sentiment, we were heartened to see our university and community unite pas…

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