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Leonine: The trickle down effect

  THE PLEDGE Leonine Public Affairs The campaign announcements kept on rolling in week two of the 2020 legislative session. Senator Debbie Ingram, D-Chittenden, formally announced her campaign for lieutenant governor, joining Senate president Tim Ashe, D-Chittenden, in the primary race. The announce […]

Donovan joins coalition fighting immigration arrests at state courthouses

Vermont Business Magazine Attorney General TJ Donovan on Friday joined a coalition of 14 attorneys general to halt federal immigration arrests of noncitizens without a judicial warrant or court order in and around state courthouses. In an amicus brief filed in State of Washington v. U.S. Department […]

Saint Michael’s philosophy professor Kuklok gets major NEH grant

Related Company: Saint Michael's CollegeVermont Business Magazine Allison Kuklok of the Saint Michael’s College philosophy faculty learned this month that she is the recipient of a prestigious, highly competitive $60,000 National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) year-long Fellowship, which she wil […]

Julie Moore: The work of clean water

by Agency of Natural Resources Secretary Julie Moore I am a civil engineer, a matter of considerable personal pride. And when I think about some of the significant challenges that Vermonters have met and overcome, many of the most impressive that come to mind (or at least the mind of a civil enginee […]

Cellular Sales opens 5th Verizon retail store in Vermont

Vermont Business Magazine Cellular Sales, one of the country’s largest Verizon Wireless retailers, announces their expansion in Vermont with a new store in Colchester. The store located at 18 Lower Mountain View Drive, across from Shaw’s and CVS, welcomed its first customers in November. This is Cel […]

She was fast, fun and effective: Mary Powell leaves GMP

Related Company: Green Mountain Power Corp by Joyce Marcel, Vermont Business Magazine A visionary lives in the future. Mary Powell, who has just stepped down after 12 years as CEO of Green Mountain Power, lives in many futures. Vermont has benefited greatly from her visions. In 2012, it was impressi […]

Ag Agency offers grant funds to support specialty crop industries

$200K Total Grant Funds Available in 2020 Vermont Business Magazine The Vermont Agency of Agriculture, Food & Markets (VAAFM) announces the availability of grant funds for the purpose of strengthening Vermont’s specialty crop industries and improving the performance of Vermont specialty crops within […]

Former gubernatorial candidate and political activist announces run for Lt. Governor

Brenda Siegel, founder and director of the Southern Vermont Dance Festival, and Democratic party candidate for Lieutenant Governor. Vermont Business Magazine Brenda Siegel, 2018 candidate for governor and long time political activist announces her run for Lieutenant Governor as a Democrat.  Siegel i […]

Vermont's Cole Engineering manages raising of historic grist mill in NY

Related Company: Cole Company, Inc  Vermont Business Magazine Teams of preservation specialists will raise the historic Roslyn Grist Mill eight feet off its’ current 114-year old foundation so a new foundation can be poured. While the mill is being lifted, workers will quickly add sections of timber […]

Vermont Supreme Court unanimously affirms the sale of Burlington Telecom

Related Company: Burlington TelecomAll five Supreme Court justices agree that sale “promotes the public good” and that appellants’ desired outcome “would likely impose additional financial burden on Burlington Telecom customers and City taxpayers” Vermont Business Magazine Today, the Vermont Supreme […]