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VERMONT - Vermont electric utilities remind customers that help is available for those struggling to pay bills. Vermonters financially impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic can apply for funding to pay past-due utility balances. The funding is available on a first come, first served basis. The...
VERMONT - The Children’s Literacy Foundation’s virtual book club returns Friday, October 15, at 7 pm to discuss the new memoir, “Unstitched: My journey to understand opioid addiction and how people and communities can heal,” with author Brett Ann Stanciu. The virtual book club will be joined by...
MONTPELIER- Vermont, still the most vaccinated state in the US, continues to see its COVID-19 case counts rise while cases in surrounding states are falling. 
Department of Financial Regulation Commissioner Michael Pieciak said the COVID-19 new case and hospitalization trends appeared...
VERMONT – Leaves are changing and temperatures are dropping. Winter is coming, and now is the time to think about how to save energy, money, and the planet during the heating season. The annual Button Up Vermont campaign works each fall to raise awareness of the need to weatherize, and helps...
  VERMONT - Emerald ash borers have been detected past existing infested areas. The new detections in Wilmington were discovered by dedicated volunteers from Vermont’s Forest Pest First Detectors program through observations and mid-season inspections of purple prism traps, a tool used to...
VERMONT - The COVID-19 pandemic changed consumer perceptions about life insurance. According to the Life Insurance Marketing and Research Association, seven-in-10 Americans agree that the pandemic has led them to reevaluate their long-term financial goals, which may include life insurance. Having...
MONTPELIER-  The Vermont Legislature’s task force on the implementation of the Pupil Weighting Factors Report held a hearing on Wednesday evening, September 8, to take public testimony on the issue.
Task force members heard from 37 parents, taxpayers,, school and other public officials,...
VERMONT - Each year many Vermonters experience a fall, yet only half will tell their health care provider. A fall can cause an injury and may result in hospitalization. A serious injury, especially for the elderly, can limit a person’s mobility and independence and increase social isolation,...
VERMONT - The Samara Fund, a component fund of the Vermont Community Foundation, has awarded $38,000 in general operating support and project grants to nonprofit organizations in its 10th annual competitive grant round.
These nonprofits include the AIDS Project of Southern Vermont, the New...
VERMONT - Here’s a chance to win some of the best food and beverage in Vermont while supporting the producers that work hard to bring these delicious, innovative products to table.
The Vermont Specialty Food Association is hosting a two-week online raffle from Tuesday, August 17, to Monday...

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