Olson receives certification

Jeff Olson of Addison County Real Estate Achieves Certified Buyer Representative Designation

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Addison County Regional Planning Commission supports gas pipeline

At a special meeting, the Addison County Regional Planning Commission (ACRPC) voted again to support Vermont Gas’ Addison Natural Gas Project Phase 1. The 23-9 vote showssignificant ongoing support for the project in Addison County.

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Noelke named as director of higher ed group

The Green Mountain Higher Education Consortium has named Corinna Noelke of Middlebury as its first executive director to oversee the combined administrative cost-saving efforts of Champlain College, Saint Michael’s College and Middlebury College.

Crosby joins food association

Crosby Forge & Farm joined the Vermont Specialty Food Association recently.

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Life-long Vermonters fleeing state for opportunities elsewhere

Vermont Watchdog Report

Vacationers to Vermont dream of staying forever. But for many Vermonters trapped in the state’s struggling economy, opportunities in other states are convincing them to flee the Green Mountains for greener pastures. It’s no secret Vermonters are leaving the state.

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Vt. business groups question $100,000 awarded to only one chamber

Vermont Watchdog Report

Business development groups in Vermont are demanding to know how a $100,000 appropriation for fostering business with Quebec was awarded exclusively to Lake Champlain Regional Chamber of Commerce, according to e-mails obtained....

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Bookstore appoints manager

Tricia Huebner, a Rutland community leader who has served a variety of local nonprofit organizations, will join Phoenix Books Rutland as the store manager and minority owner with her husband, Tom.

Ryan named superintendent of the year

Ron Ryan, Superintendent for the Addison-Rutland Supervisory Union (ARSU) -serving the communities of Benson, Castleton, Fair Haven, Hubbardton, Orwell and West Haven) has been selected as the Vermont Superintendent of the Year for 2015 by the Vermont Superintendents Association (VSA).

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Vermont Coffee Company: Coffee that's roasted for friends

For serious consumers of coffee, there’s nothing in the world like a great cup of coffee, and Vermont Coffee Company of Middlebury helps make many great cups of coffee—roasting on the order of 750,000 pounds of the dark bean just last year.

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Hescock joins law firm

Principals of the Middlebury law firm of Neuse, Duprey & Putnam, P.C. announced the addition of Judson Hescock, Esq., to its team of attorneys.

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Addison County organization is first Kiva Zip trustee in state

Addison County Economic Development Corporation officials announced that the organization was recently selected as the first Kiva Zip trustee in the State of Vermont.

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Majority of Select Board in favor of Middlebury Airport improvements

During a June 9 meeting, the Middlebury Select Board discussed the runway extension and associated safety improvements proposed by the FAA and state for the Middlebury State Airport...

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Middlebury couple plant flowers as store's farewell

Peg and Sandy Martin of Middlebury couldn’t bear to see the concrete island at the former Greg’s Meat Market, located at the corner of Elm and Seymour streets, without flowers.

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Students receive PEGTV scholarships

PEGTV officials in Rutland announced that Bethany Miglorie of Proctor and Garrett Hastings of Chittenden are each recipients of a $1,000 PEGTV Courcelle Scholarship.

ACTR executive honored

The Community Transportation Association of America (CTAA) has honored Jim Moulton of Addison County Transit Resources (ACTR) and Stagecoach Transportation Services (Stagecoach) as the 2015 Community Transportation Manager of the Year.