January 19, 2021
  • 9:38 am Jamestown Public Schools Hosting Virtual College Tours This Week
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first_imgThe 2009 Small Business Person of the Year and Champion Award recipients will be honored at a ceremony sponsored by Vermont Business Magazine and the US Small Business Administration (SBA). Governor James Douglas will present the Small Business Person of the Year award to Mark Bonfigli, CEO and Founder of Dealer.com, Burlington, with additional remarks from Burlington Mayor Bob Kiss, SBA Vermont District Director Darcy Carter, and others.  Champion awards will be presented to:Jim Sault, Porter Music Box, RandolphTara Lynn Scheidet, Tara Lynn Studio, SuttonJohn Vincent, Vincent s Drug & Variety, WaterburyGail Wheel, Wheel House Designs, Hyde ParkMatt Cota, VT Fuel Dealers Association, MontpelierMajor Randall Gates, VT National Guard, ColchesterStephen Paddock, VT Small Business Development Center, MiddleburyMary Peabody, University of Vermont Extension, BerlinWHEN: Wednesday, June 10, 4:00 to 7:00 p.m.WHERE: Burlington Waterfront Park:  Under the Discover Jazz tentDIRECTIONS: In downtown Burlington, follow Main Street to the corner of Main and Battery.  Turn right on Lake St.  Look for event signage near the white tents at the end of Lake St.  Parking is available at College and Lake St, and in lots and garages throughout downtown Burlington.last_img read more

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first_imgAddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisALPENA, Mich. — We have an update on yesterday’s story about two Saginaw men who drove to Alpena and were arrested after selling salt in place of methamphetamine.22–year–old John Harvey Gaddy and 17–year–old Duron Louis Lowe were arrested and lodged at the Alpena County Jail after a drug deal gone wrong.The two men traveled to Alpena to sell salt in place of meth to two Alpena females.The two women realized they were sold salt not meth and hunted down Lowe and Gaddy driving into the back of their car.According to Public Information Officer, Lt. Derrick Carroll, the investigation is still open and  at this time the women are not being charged.Lowe and Gaddy remain lodged at the Alpena County Jail where they are awaiting representation.AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisContinue ReadingPrevious Millage results in the 2020 Primary ElectionNext Marine researchers work together to map the Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuarylast_img read more

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