On May 2nd, Vermont-based Pete's RV Center, based in South Burlington, officially assumed ownership of Rollin-On RV in Schererville, IN.
Located just 34 miles from Chicago, Rollin-On served thousands of customers in Southern Illinois, Indiana and surrounding states since opening its doors in 1977.
FairPoint Communications, Inc. (Nasdaq: FRP) (FairPoint or the Company), a leading provider of communications services, today announced its financial results for the first quarter ended March 31, 2011.
Casey Research, a leading provider of investment research, with over 30 years of history, specializing in geopolitically informed investing, energy, base and precious metals, and technology, concluded its most recent summit, The Next Few Years in Boca Raton, FL. There they provided insight into the global economy, portfolio strategies, and specific investment ideas and recommendations.
Early estimates indicate that Vermont based Apple retailer, Small Dog Electronics recycled 100 tons of e-Waste at its sixth annual recycling event this year.
Nearly 1,100 cars filled with old TVs, computers and electronic peripherals lined up at National Life Group in Montpelier as early as 8:30 am to recycle their electronics for free. All of the electronics collected will be processed in the United States by WeRecycle! in one of their two processing plants in Connecticut and New York.
This weekend, WCAX-TV News was awarded a New England Emmy for its series “Mission Afghanistan.” Reporter and Evening News Anchor Darren Perron and photographer Lance MacKenzie accepted the award at the 34th annual Emmy Awards Ceremony on Saturday in Boston.
Several weeks after introducing a contemporary new design, Vermont Life magazine is changing direction in ancillary revenue generation.
Commissioner Megan Smith of the Vermont Department of Tourism and Marketing announced that Vermont Life has contracted with two Vermont sales and marketing agencies to help implement new sales strategies:
by Anne Galloway, www.vtdigger.org May 13, 2011 Though other states around the country have posted much higher tax receipt losses (last year the projected budget gap in Maine, for example, was $1 billion), Vermont has also experienced significant economic fallout over the last three years of the Great Recession.
When residents’ incomes drop, income tax collections fall proportionally. State spending meanwhile was on an upward trajectory, outstripping tax receipts by about $150 million on average each year for the last four years.
by Tom Pelham. Media coverage of the state budget has fallen prey to covering a contrived budget rather than the real budget. The contrived budget is one where legislative and administration budget staffs add up, as a planning exercise, an array of budgetary “pressures” believed relevant and compare the sum to expected revenues. Last December, for example, the Governor’s Budget Office and the Legislature’s Joint Fiscal Office tallied general fund budgetary “pressures” of $1.334 billion and expected revenues of
After 18 straight days, working at over a dozen sites along Lake Champlain, VTrans reported Friday that the majority of their effort to shore up roadways from flood damage is complete.
The tally of work over the past three weeks demonstrates more than one hundred and twenty five (125) state employees from all nine districts around the state worked side by side with private contractors and law enforcement personnel to ensure safe passage along roadways during some of the worst flooding in the state’s history.
The nation’s top entrepreneurs will gather this week to be recognized for their entrepreneurship, growth and success during the U.S. Small Business Administration’s National Small Business Week celebration, May 18-20, 2011, in Washington, DC.