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On-campus COVID-19 testing Available for UVM and Champlain students begins Monday

Effort is part of a comprehensive strategy to safely welcome college students to Burlington Vermont Business Magazine University of Vermont and Champlain College students who are returning to Burlington can get tested for COVID-19 at sites on the UVM campus. The specimen collection is being done in […]

Community Bank supports Vermont’s first police comfort dog program

Related Company: Community Bank NAVermont Business Magazine Community Bank NA recently presented a $7,500 donation to the Williston Police Department in support of its Comfort K9 program. The comfort dog program is the first of its kind in Vermont. K9 Duke was born in March and officially joined the […]

Garder: Child care critical to Vermont’s post-COVID economy

by Dimitri Garder, CEO Global-Z International Growing up in Queens, our family escaped to Vermont each summer. In the mid-1980s, we returned for good, making a home in southern Vermont. I went to college at UVM, but made my way back to Bennington, joining my parents to start our company, Global-Z. A […]

Deceased man found in Chester identified following autopsy

Vermont State Police The victim whose body was discovered Thursday, June 4, 2020, in a creek near Wymans Falls Road in Chester has been positively identified as Joshua A. Webster, 39, of Springfield. Mr. Webster had been reported missing in March to the Hartford Police Department. Subsequent investi […]

Victim dies following Swanton shooting, suspect faces murder charge

Vermont State Police The man shot Friday afternoon, June 5, 2020, in Swanton died overnight at the University of Vermont Medical Center in Burlington. He is identified as Kyle A. LaBelle, 32, of Swanton. The suspect, James Mulholland, 22, also of Swanton, was ordered jailed without bail on suspicion […]

VSP: Fatal ATV motor vehicle crash

Vermont State Police On June 6, 2020 at 0306 Vermont State Police responded to a reported crash on East Orange RD in Washington Vermont. The operator identified as  Samantha Roberts was traveling east on East Orange Road, operating a Polaris ranger. In the Ranger there were two other passengers iden […]

Leonine: Protests, aid for business, $100 million for broadband, first quarter budget

STORM CLOUDS ALL AROUND Leonine Public Affairs This week started with a strong statement by Governor Scott condemning the killing of George Floyd by Minneapolis police and acknowledging the legitimacy of protests over that killing. The governor stated his view that Floyd’s treatment by police was "b […]

ACCD updates out-of-state travel guidance

New Guidance Affecting Travel and Hospitality Agency of Commerce and Community Development Governor Phil Scott announced Friday the reopening of indoor dining and an easing of travel restrictions. Effective June 8, 2020, interstate travel to and from New England and New York counties with 400 or few […]

UVM Medical Center opens primary care office in Essex

Related Company: The University of Vermont Medical Center Construction began last summer; facility provides access for patients to get routine care and with expanded Telehealth options Vermont Business Magazine The University of Vermont Medical Center has opened a new adult primary care facility in […]

Casella and Goodwill win award for innovative, sustainable partnership

Related Company: Casella Waste Systems IncVermont Business Magazine Casella Waste Systems and Goodwill won the 2020 NHBSR Partnership for Innovation Award on Wednesday at the New Hampshire Businesses for Social Responsibility’s annual spring conference. The business/nonprofit partnership lets people […]