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Dr Lewis First selected as the 2017 Distinguished Citizen

The Green Mountain Council, Boy Scouts of America announced the selection of Dr Lewis R First as its 2017 Distinguished Citizen of the Year. Dr First’s contributions to Vermont and the children of the state will be celebrated at a dinner on Thursday, October 19 at the DoubleTree Hotel in South Burli […]

Burlington native Carter ordained at St Michael’s

Edmundite Deacon Michael R Carter, a native of Burlington and a 2012 Saint Michael’s College graduate, was ordained to the priesthood on Saturday, Sept 16, at the Chapel of St Michael the Archangel on the Saint Michael’s campus in Colchester. Burlington Bishop Christopher J Coyne was the presider an […]

DRM attorneys named Senior Fellows of Litigation Counsel of America

Downs Rachlin Martin Attorneys Robert B Luce and Marc B Heath have been named senior fellows of the Litigation Council of America. Luce and Heath are both litigators practicing from DRM’s Burlington office. Both attorneys are regularly listed in publications prepared by third-party evaluators, such […]

King Arthur Flour has donated one million meals to Feeding America

Vermont Business Magazine In August, King Arthur Flour celebrated a milestone achievement in the launch of its line of Essential Goodness baking mixes: the donation of more than one million meals to Feeding America with its Buy a Mix, Give a Meal program. Introduced in summer 2016, the mission behin […]

Green Mountain United Way kicks off 2017-18 community campaign

Vermont Business Magazine Green Mountain United Way celebrates the community and the spirit of Giving with their Annual Kickoff Breakfast and Volunteer Day on Thursday, September 21 in downtown Barre. Local community, business, and nonprofit leaders will join Green Mountain United Way’s staff and bo […]

Roper: So, second homeowners can vote in Vermont?

by Rob Roper There is a vote fraud case in Vermont, currently in the Essex Superior Court, in which a family of second homeowners from Connecticut (parents and two adult children) registered to vote in the town of Victory, and did so. Their votes likely altered the outcome of a local election, which […]

Aspenti hosts Patient Appreciation Day in celebration of National Recovery Month

Related Company: AspentiVermont Business Magazine Aspenti Health, an innovative, comprehensive clinical drug testing lab, will be hosting a Patient Appreciation Day at their Burlington Patient Service Center on September 25 in celebration of National Recovery Month. In alignment with Recovery Month’ […]

Weekly unemployment claims fall to 306

Vermont Business Magazine Weekly unemployment claims fell marginally last week but remain at a low level. Claims had been falling steadily since early July. Claims also are lower than they were the same time last year, which has been the case for most weeks in 2017. For the week of September 9, 2017 […]

GMP crews help restore power to thousands in Georgia

Vermont Business Magazine After almost a week helping restore power to thousands of people in Georgia, Green Mountain Power crews are returning to Vermont. The team of more than 30 lineworkers, supervisors, and mechanics left Tuesday, Sept. 12, and are set to arrive in Vermont tomorrow morning. They […]

Beth Sachs honored with VBSR Lifetime Achievement Award

Vermont Business Magazine On September 14th, Vermont Businesses for Social Responsibly (VBSR) honored Beth Sachs with the 2017 Terry Ehrich Award for Lifetime Achievement. Sachs, the co-founder of Vermont Energy Investment Corporation (VEIC) who “was never good at following rules,” was honored in fr […]