Yoga studio takes root in new Williston space

CORRECTION: This item is updated from the print edition to note that this is a second location for Yoga Roots.  Yoga Roots yoga studio has opened a second studio in Kismet Place in Williston’s Blair Park, where it will continue its donation yoga classes. An early effort already has raised $500, split between the Williston… Read More »

Talent Skatepark & Shop to close Aug. 5

Talent Skatepark & Shop to close Aug. 5

After more than 16 years in business, Talent Skatepark & Shop in South Burlington will close its doors on Aug. 5. Founders David and Hannah Deene Wood cite multiple reasons for the closure, including a growing decline in skateboarding as a sport, increased competition from online retailers, and young peoples’ technology habits. “We tried to… Read More »

Public invited to tour Kingdom Community Wind project

For the sixth summer, Green Mountain Power is offering free tours of the 21-turbine Kingdom Community Wind project in Lowell, Vt. The popular tours are open to Vermonters and tourists alike, and in previous years have drawn more than 1,200 people to the site each month. Richard Pion, chair of the Lowell Selectboard, said the… Read More »

Mary Powell Wins Audubon Society National Environmental Conservation Award

Green Mountain Power President and CEO Mary Powell was awarded the 2018 Rachel Carson Award Medal from the Audubon Society for her environmental conservation work. The national award honors women who have greatly advanced conservation locally and globally. Audubon honored Powell’s ambitious energy vision to provide low-carbon, low-cost, highly reliable power to Vermonters. Under Powell’s… Read More »

Wake Robin hires Amy Caldwell as marketing and resident services director

Wake Robin hires Amy Caldwell as marketing and resident services director

Wake Robin, Vermont’s first lifecare community, announced recently that Amy Caldwell has been hired as director of marketing and resident services. Prior to joining Wake Robin, Caldwell was director of development and communications at Vermont Works for Women, and director of marketing and individual giving for the Vermont Symphony Orchestra. Caldwell joins the team during… Read More »

Champlain College Welcomes Two New Board Members

Champlain College welcomed two new members to the Champlain College Board of Trustees last month. Steve L. Gibbs of Shelburne is a finance and accounting professional who most recently served as vice president and chief accounting officer of Keurig Green Mountain. In this role, he provided strategic leadership for accounting operations including financial reporting, accounting, tax,… Read More »

Vermont Community Foundation hires Stacie Fagan of Shelburne

The Vermont Community Foundation is pleased to announce the addition of Stacie Fagan as a senior philanthropic advisor serving central and northwestern Vermont. Fagan joined the Foundation at the beginning of May. Fagan will work with new and existing clients to establish charitable funds, advise their grant making, track progress on outcomes, and achieve meaningful results… Read More »

Otter Creek Awnings gets new owner

Kristopher and Sarah Larson of Charlotte have purchased Otter Creek Awnings in Williston. Kristopher has worked at Otter Creek Awnings for the past five years, most recently as sales manager. Sarah was employed with the University of Vermont Medical Center for 10 years. “It’s always been a vision of mine to own a small Vermont… Read More »

Two village landmarks get new life

Two village landmarks get new life

Two village landmarks on Shelburne Road are getting new life as one expands its already iconic offerings and the other puts a new spin on an old space. Village Wine & Coffee is getting bigger while and Peg & Ter’s is taking over the iconic Café Shelburne space. Johnny and Tina Helzer bought the Café… Read More »

Sexual harassment silencing banned in workplace

The Senate has unanimously passed a bill (H.707) to outlaw workplace policies that tend to silence those who try to come forward with sexual harassment claims. The measure, already approved by the House and supported by Gov. Phil Scott, also provides educational resources to help reduce harassment in the workplace. The legislation bans two common practices… Read More »

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