Ethan Allen Institute Report
The ranks of people opposed to the controversial school consolidation act (Act 46) are growing.
There are moments when, much like a classic Doc Edgerton stroboscope freeze-frame image, our lives are suspended in space-time’s eternal now; a moment when everything we know and love hangs in a balance of possible futures.
Vermont Watchdog Report
This year’s Smarter Balanced Assessment test, which showed about half of Vermont students are proficient in math and English, cost taxpayers $3.3 million and may be a threat to self-esteem.
Vergennes Union High School
Vermont Watchdog Report
Despite a recent upbeat national jobs report, Vermont’s state economist says the jobs market faces significant headwinds in the Green Mountain State.
High-tech jobs in Vermont
Community College of Vermont (CCV) is partnering with GE Aviation and Adecco Staffing USA, part of the world's largest recruitment and workforce solutions provider, to offer a Certified Production Technician (CPT) course in Rutland, which began last week.
For nearly a quarter of a century, Rutland South Rotary Club members have made the English language a priority. Every year members raise funds to purchase new dictionaries for Rutland-area elementary school students.
The Vermont Historical Society recently presented a Lifetime Achievement Award to Reg Dearborn of the Bristol Historical Society.
Castleton University football player Noel Charbonnier, 18, was in Rutland court Nov. 9 to plead innocent regarding an assault charge made over the weekend.
It’s easy for those mythologically inclined to imagine how Vermont sculptor Dennis Sparling could have emerged in our universe via a fiery furnace—for all the molten, primordial elements comprising 10,000 years of human art, poetry, theater, science and engineering, which simmer just below the surface of the New Haven artist’s amazing corpus, have been sintered into one dazzling, clastic vision of the cosmos.
Artist Liz Lerman is a national pioneer...
The Rutland Raiders beat the Middlebury Tigers 35-7 to win the Division I High School Football Championship, at the RHS home field, Nov. 7.
About one-third of Shelburne’s registered voters went to the polls on local Election Day 2015 to weigh in on four bonds.
The Community College of Vermont is expanding its manufacturing training programs statewide to prepare Vermont workers for careers in manufacturing and to help businesses hire and train a qualified workforce.
The Middlebury College Performing Arts Series will present the renowned British a cappella sextet The King’s Singers on Tuesday, Nov. 17 at Mead Memorial Chapel.