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Wed, 04/16/2003 - 8:00pm -- tim


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Douglas taps Dubie to head
Homeland Security Advisory Council

Vermont Tech Opens Williston Campus

Tue, 04/15/2003 - 8:00pm -- tim

A new satellite campus in Williston will bring several popular Vermont
Technical College programs to Chittenden County in the fall. The College
plans to offer selected associate's and bachelor's degree programs at its
Blair Park facility to full- and part-time students.
"Demand for our programs continues to grow in Chittenden County and the
northern part of the state," says Vermont Tech president Allan Rodgers,
"Our Blair Park campus will bring Vermont Tech within reach of those who
want to enroll, and prefer to live at home."

Experience Vermont With the 2003 Vermont Traveler’s Guidebook

Thu, 04/10/2003 - 8:00pm -- tim

The Vermont Chamber of Commerce 2003 Traveler’s Guidebook is the key for a peaceful Vermont getaway as spring, summer, and fall grow slowly into Green Mountain hills and valleys.
The 2003 Vermont Traveler’s Guidebook offers listings, a comprehensive resources section, and editorial. Lodging, restaurants, attractions, shopping, and more are listed by town. Extensive lodging descriptions and colorful photos of accommodations will help the most discriminating traveler identify the site of the perfect family vacation or romantic escape.

2003 Vermont Country Inns and B & B’s Guide Available

Tue, 04/08/2003 - 8:00pm -- tim

The Vermont Chamber of Commerce 2003 Vermont Country Inns and B & B’s Guide is here.
Panoramic mountain views from a gazebo, peaceful walking trails, antique furnishings, gardens bursting with color, outdoor jacuzzis, in-room fireplaces, working farms, fresh local food and wine. Vermont country inns and B & B’s offer hundreds of choices, captured in just a few words: history, romance, fine food, and family.

Vermont Chamber Hires Christopher Fogg as Vice President of Travel & Tourism

Mon, 04/07/2003 - 8:00pm -- tim

Vermont Chamber President Chris Barbieri announced that Christopher Fogg has been named the new Vermont Chamber Vice President of Travel and Tourism.
Formerly the Director of Marketing for the Lake Champlain Regional Chamber of Commerce, Fogg has lengthy sales and marketing experience. He has worked with the Vermont Convention Bureau, the Burlington Free Press, and . in Boston.
Fogg has an Associate Degree in business administration from North Shore Community College in Danvers, Massachusetts. He assumed his position with the Vermont Chamber in March 2003.

Kate Fosher Joins Northeast Benefits Management

Wed, 04/02/2003 - 8:00pm -- tim

Northeast Benefits Management, LLC in South Burlington, VT is pleased to
announce that Kate Fosher has joined its organization as a Benefits
Kate has a B.A. in History with Secondary Education
Licensure from Johnson State College.
Kate, formally of Morgan Stanley
will be supporting clients that utilize NBM's web-based flexible spending
account claims and processing system.
NBM is an independent firm,
delivering a full range of employee benefits management services. As a

St Michael's College Received Largest Number of Applicants in College History

Wed, 04/02/2003 - 8:00pm -- tim

Saint Michael's College has received the largest number of applications
for fall admission to the first-year class in the history of the liberal
arts Catholic residential college. As of March 28, the number of
applicants totaled 2,753.
"We are extremely pleased to break the application record, of course,"
said Jerry Flanagan, vice president for marketing and enrollment. "But we
are even more pleased with the quality of the applicants," he said.
"Having read every student application to Saint Michael's for going on 30

Green Mountain Power Named to Business Week Magazine's List of Best Performing Small-Cap Companies

Sun, 03/30/2003 - 8:00pm -- tim

Green Mountain Power Corporation (NYSE:GMP) has been
named to Business Week magazine's list of top-performing small-cap
companies. The Company was ranked 25th out of 50 companies ranked and was
the only Vermont-based company included. The list was compiled by ranking
the Standard & Poor's SmallCap 600 stocks by one-and three-year total
returns as of Feb 14.
"It is very satisfying to see Green Mountain Power included in Business
Week's list of top performing companies. We have vigorously pursued

Majority of American Workers Believe Iraq War No Threat to Job Security

Wed, 03/26/2003 - 8:00pm -- tim

With war raging in Iraq, the latest national “America At Work” poll commissioned by the Employment Law Alliance shows that the vast majority of American workers do not believe the conflict poses a direct threat to their job security. The most recent ELA “America at Work” poll shows that 84% of workers are not worried about losing their jobs because of the war in Iraq.