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Oct 19, 2015 | via The Vermont Standard
Pictured here posing at the dedication for the trail head are, from left, are Dana Waters, chair, Community Outreach Committee, Windsor Board of Realtors; Chelle Grald, trail manager, GMHA; David Carbee, builder, Carbee's Total Home Care; Tracy Ostler, executive director, GMHA; Daphne Lowe, Sotheby's Real Estate and president of Windsor County Board of Realtors; Colby Carbee, builder, Carbee's Total Home Care; Phil Swanson, Woodstock municipal manager and Tom Debeviose III, land owner. In the front are Jason Berard, stewardship director, Upper Valley Land Trust and Ostler's dog Winnie. Comment?
Sep 22, 2015 | via The Brattleboro Reformer
Submitted photo Data from the Current Population Survey released Sept. 16 shows indicators of income, poverty, health insurance and more. Comment?
Wednesday Nov 11 | via TMCnet
Our Professional Services team members are experts at configuring and customizing your new inContact system. But their real goal is to make sure your installation is a worry-free and - dare we say - wonderful experience. Comment?
Monday Nov 2 | via VermontGuides.com
Filomena Siner , a sales affiliate with Century 21 Jack Associates , was recognized with the Century 21 Quality Service Pinnacle Producer Award. Comment?
Oct 7, 2015 | via Berkshire Eagle
BURLINGTON >> Advocates for affordable housing and land conservation wrestled Tuesday with how to collaborate better among themselves and with other social service agencies, as well as how to generate more public understanding and enthusiasm for their work. While applauding the work that's been done by the Vermont Housing Conservation Board, speakers at a VHCB conference in Burlington agreed more needs to be done, particularly in affordable housing. Comment?
Sep 28, 2015 | via The Brattleboro Reformer
In Windham County, prices of primary homes have remained steady during the first seven months of the year compared to last year. The number of sales has increased by 2 percent. Comment?
Sep 16, 2015 | via Seven Days
The owner of a major company in Cleveland and his wife flew on his private jet into Burlington International Airport on a recent Sunday to look at some of the state's priciest properties. Their daughter attends Middlebury College, and they've fallen in love with Vermont, says Wade Weathers Jr., who has sold luxury real estate for 35 years. Comment?
31 min ago | via The Campbell Reporter
Former students at the disgraced and closed Corinthian Colleges in California have been left with little or none of the education they paid for but with tremendous debt. They are disproportionately veterans and former foster youth - two groups warranting our attention and respect. Comment?
45 min ago | via The Huffington Post
Act like you're at the top of Rick's Cafe on a cliff in Jamaica, nervously peeping over the edge, and jump off. Fall deeper and harder for each other every day. Comment?
47 min ago | via The Age
About $30 billion was raised in 2014 by turning mortgages into residential mortgage-backed securities to sell as bonds to investors. Banks appear to have won a reprieve from changes to securitisation rules released by the banking regulator on Thursday that threatened to remove a major funding source and force smaller lenders to merge. Comment?
14 min ago | via CTV
Nunavut Premier Peter Taptuna,, left to right, Alberta Premier Rachel Notley, Prince Edward Island Premier Wade MacLauchlan, Manitoba Premier Greg Selinger, Nova Scotia Premier Stephen McNeil, Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Quebec Premier Philippe Couillard, New Brunswick Premier Brian Gallant, B.C. Premier Christy Clark, Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall, and Yukon Premier Darrell Pasloski take part in the family photo during a First Ministers meeting at the Canadian Museum of Nature in Ottawa on Nov. 23, 2015. Premiers across the country reiterated Wednesday that their governments are prepared to accept thousands of Syrian refugees, but some are raising questions about funding, particularly for housing. Comment?
24 min ago | via Seattle Post-Intelligencer
For the first time, there's expected to be more people visiting retailers' web sites through their smartphones than on desktop computers or tablets during the first weekend of the holiday shopping season that begins on Thanksgiving Day. Mobile traffic during the five-day start to what is typically the busiest shopping period of the year is expected to reach 56.9 percent of total traffic, up from 48.5 percent last year, according to IBM Watson. Comment?
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