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LEBANON, N.H. — Two members of the Dartmouth-Hitchcock Health leadership team are among 18 women from 16 health organizations nationwide chosen for the Carol Emmott Fellowship.

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MONTPELIER — RSF Social Finance recently selected Flexible Capital Fund (Flex Fund) President Janice St. Onge, of Stowe, as one of 24 professionals for its Integrated Capital Institute, a program for practitioners to help philanthropies and investors deploy capital for social and environment…

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BURLINGTON — Kerrick Johnson has joined sustainable energy company VEIC’s leadership team as the new strategy and corporate affairs director.

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Two pending rulings could have dire consequences for the 25 community television outlets in the state, according to advocates for the Community Media Access Centers.

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MIDDLEBURY — The Vermont Community Foundation announced that Sarah Waring has been hired as its vice president for grants and community investments and will join the Foundation at the end of December.

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LEBANON, N.H. — Steven D. Leach, director of Dartmouth-Hitchcock Norris Cotton Cancer Center and the Preston T. and Virginia R. Kelsey Distinguished Chair in Cancer at the Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth, has been named a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science.

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With more than 150 diverse members of the Rutland Young Professionals, a few things are clear. Although we’re often asked who RYP is for and whether one is young enough or professional enough to get involved, there is no one person who embodies RYP. We have some guidelines specifying members…

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Krampus is a legendary German figure who visits children on December 6 to find bad children, catch them with his very long tongue, beat them with sticks and take them away to the underworld. Good children get gifts at Christmas from St. Nicholas. This evil man was part of holiday lore for ce…