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Want to Keep Our Graduates in New England? Build A Robust Offshore Wind Industry

New England is home to some of the first and finest colleges and universities in the nation. We are also the home of the nation’s first offshore wind farm. But this small, five-turbine 30 megawatt (MW) facility off the coast of Block Island, R.I. is just the beginning. Thanks to the leadership of th […]

CCV adds seven new certificate programs

Related Company: Community College of VermontVermont Business Magazine Community College of Vermont (CCV) will offer seven new certificate programs beginning in the fall 2019 semester. The new certificate offerings are administrative medical assisting, clinical medical assisting, digital media produ […]

UVM junior Jillian Scannell named Truman Scholar

Related Company: University of VermontVermont Business Magazine Junior Environmental Studies major Jillian Scannell has been named a 2019 Harry S Truman Scholar, one of only 62 college junior-year students in the country to win the highly competitive national award. The Truman Scholarship recognizes […]

Vermont Women’s Fund announces $103,000 in competitive grants

Vermont Business Magazine The Vermont Women’s Fund awarded $103,000 through its competitive grant program to 15 nonprofit organizations that work to improve the economic security of women and girls in Vermont. In addition to its annual competitive grant round, the Women’s Fund is the lead funder of  […]

Agency of Agriculture releases proposed Vermont hemp rules

Vermont Business Magazine The Vermont Agency of Agriculture, Food & Markets (VAAFM) has released a set of proposed rules that set the stage for growing the Vermont hemp industry and the state’s economy.  The Agency filed the rules with the Interagency Committee on Administrative Rules (ICAR), which […]

Welch unveils bill to protect local pharmacies from anti-competitive practices

Vermont Business Magazine At a press conference Monday afternoon at Rutland Pharmacy, Rep. Peter Welch (D-Vt.) unveiled two bills that will protect Vermont’s local independent pharmacies that are at risk due to anti-competitive practices by middlemen in the prescription drug market.  There are 41 in […]

Drop Off Unwanted Medication on Take Back Day, April 27

Do Your Part: Drop Off Unwanted Medication on Take Back Day this Saturday Saturday, April 27 is National Prescription Drug Take Back Day, and Vermonters can once again do their part to safely dispose of unused and unwanted prescription and over-the-counter drugs. Communities across Vermont will set […]

Sisters of Mercy will celebrate their past, present and future, May 25

The Sisters of Mercy, who have served in the state of Vermont for 145 years, are preparing for the permanent closure of their Mount Saint Mary’s Motherhouse (convent) on Mansfield Avenue in Burlington this summer. Despite leaving this location, the Sisters say they will continue to maintain a strong […]

Governor reveals $2.2 million in federal transportation TAP grants

Vermont Business Magazine Governor Phil Scott on Monday announced the recipients of nearly $2.2 million in federal funds for municipal grant projects under the Transportation Alternatives Program (TAP) for stormwater quality improvements across Vermont. “Vermont’s waterways are one of our greatest a […]