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RUTLAND — Rutland Young Professionals recently welcomed five new members to its board of directors, led by board president Kim Rupe.

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RUTLAND — Each year, Rutland Regional Medical Center recognizes a physician, a nurse practitioner, physician assistant or other advanced practice provider whose contributions to its community, staff and patients represent the highest ideals in health care. This year, Rutland Regional has exp…

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BERLIN — Dr. Sandra Molteni joins CVMC Family Medicine–Berlin. Before joining CVMC, she worked for three years as a squadron surgeon for the U.S. Army, serving in Germany and Poland.

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BRATTLEBORO — Erik Rosenbauer, Brattleboro Retreat Director of Security, was elected chair of the Vermont Healthcare Emergency Preparedness Coalition (VHEPC). VHEPC is a multi-disciplinary partnership that collaborates with its members, stakeholders and surrounding communities to improve and…

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WESTFORD — Vermont Maple Sugar Makers’ Association (VMSMA) members said “thank you” to essential workers in hospitals statewide as part of their new Maple Essential Gratitude Program.

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JOHNSON — Vermont Electric Co-op (VEC) s doubling the bill credit incentive offered to members for the purchase of cold climate heat pumps from $300 to $600 per outdoor unit. VEC is also boosting the incentive for heat pump water heaters from $150 to $250. 

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The Barre-Montpelier Times Argus and Rutland Herald are committing $100,000 in matching funds this summer to help local businesses affected by the pandemic. The Marketing Relief Match Program is designed as a community-building partnership and a catalyst for local economic recovery.

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CRAFTSBURY COMMON — Sterling College’s Office of Professional Studies announces the hiring of two audio and video production specialists — Will Casela of Sharon and Dakota LaCroix of Hampton, New York — to expand the staff dedicated to EcoGather, a course platform offering place-based educat…