Tuesday Jul 29
9 Vt. solar projects getting more than $442K in grants
Nine solar projects in Vermont are going to get more than $442,000 in grants to help provide power for schools and communities.
Sanders For President? NPR Asks Sanders, Borosage Responds
Senator Bernie Sanders Connecting the Dots in Waitsfield, VT with 350 Vermont & Friends, May 5, 2012 In this interview Monday on NPR's "On Point ," Sen. Bernie Sanders laid out his argument for a potential presidential bid, and Campaign for America's Future's Robert Borosage outlined the agenda that Democrats should adopt to rebuild its majority.
Vermont unemployment ticks up for the first time in 10 months
Vermont's official unemployment rate ticked up to 3.5 percent in June, placing it in a three-way tie with Nebraska and Utah for the second-lowest rate among U.S. states.
Just In Time? Smartwatches Could Provide Mobile Market Boost
Wearable devices could be the next blockbuster innovation in the mobile space, with some solution providers predicting the market may even start to take off by year-end.
The Bennington Banner
Us Epa uses Vermont flood planning to help others
Communities across the country will be able to help prepare for future floods with tools and practices developed in Vermont's Mad River Valley in the aftermath of flooding from Tropical Storm Irene, the Environmental Protection Agency said Tuesday.
Samsung Warns Of Profit Decline For Q2, Cites Slower Smartphone And Tablet Growth
Samsung Tuesday warned investors of weak second-quarter results ahead, attributing the drop in part to soft sales of its smartphones and tablets.
The Brattleboro Reformer
U.S. EPA uses Vermont flood planning to help others
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has developed a checklist to help communities prepare for floods based on the experiences of two communities in Vermont's Mad River Valley.
The Bennington Banner
Vermont Municipal Planning Grants announced for 2015
The Department of Housing and Community Development is pleased to announce the availability of approximately $476,000 in Municipal Planning Grants to help cities and towns realize their visions for building more livable, walkable and sustainable communities.