A cold and snowy January can mean only one thing—it’s time for the 2015 Vermont Farm Show. The Champlain Valley Expo is the host for the 83rd annual Vermont Farm Show through Thursday, Jan. 29.
Mountain View Equipment, a John Deere dealership, will be selling toys at the Vermont Farm Show next week as a fundraiser for the Vermont Foodbank.
For private landowners in Addison and Rutland counties wondering since 2013 about news about the State of Vermont’s plans for woodland harvesting guidelines, the wait is over.
The Addison County Economic Development Corporation has approved financing that will allow Middlebury-based start-up Stonecutter Spirits to begin production.
Vermont’s economy grew faster than most of the other New England states in recent years, but the gains have not reached many working Vermont families.
The Vermont Agency of Agriculture, Food, and Markets has created a new matching grant program to help agriculture and forest product businesses attend domestic trade shows and expand their presence in other U.S. states.
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In a lengthy Jan. 15 address centered on closing a $94 million budget gap, Vermont Gov. Peter Shumlin (D) proposed higher taxes and said the state has “a spending problem.”
Funding is now available from the Small and Inspiring Grants program at the Vermont Community Foundation.
The Vermont Department of Health and Vermont Community Garden Network are offering grants for small businesses to establish workplace food gardens.
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Gasoline prices have fallen a buck on average in most states, putting more money back in motorists’ wallets. In Vermont, however, environmental groups are proposing a tax to grab that buck from drivers and give it to the state to stop global warming.
The owners of Phoenix Books, an independent bookstore with locations in Essex Junction and Burlington, are looking to open a new store in downtown Rutland.
Paris Rinder Goddard, one of the owners of Middlebury’s popular Fire & Ice Restaurant, enjoys pointing out the establishment’s many eclectic treasures to guests.
Funding is now available for new or existing projects, programs, and organizations that serve women and girls ages 15-25 through the Vermont Women’s Fund at the Vermont Community Foundation.
Managers of Greentree Real Estate welcomed Leanne Siffermann of Monkton as their newest licensed real estate agent.
In mid-January, there will be a meeting between Middlebury town officials and Vermont Secretary of Transportation Sue Minter to discuss the prioritization of funding for the construction of a traffic rotary at the intersection of Exchange Street and U.S. Route 7.
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