Coronavirus: South Burlington Business Operations

Starting a new job always comes with a learning curve. But taking on a new job during a pandemic brings its own unique set of challenges: like working with colleagues one has only met online, …

SeaComm announced the promotion of John Kerr of Shelburne to the position of interim branch manager at their South Burlington branch. Kerr will oversee branch operations, including teller and …

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Masked behind the business’ closed doors, there have been a lot of changes in the dining room at Al’s French Frys.

The iconic, nostalgic, red and white theme remains, but the staff at Al’s has been busy as bees making alterations.

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After weeks of dark showrooms and locked doors, local businesses began to reopen this week. The South Burlington Business Association and city staff worked together last week to prepare for th…

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It was all hands on deck for the Windjammer’s owners when Gov. Phil Scott ordered state restaurants to close or switch to a curbside pickup model by March 17.

Restaurant managers had to quickly tack and set a new course for the Windjammer amid COVID-19 concerns.

What does a vinegar company in Massachusetts and a gluten-free sourdough bread operation in California have to do with Sherpa Foods, a South Burlington family business that produces traditiona…

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Driving along Stowe roads in 2016 – then Vermont newcomers – Jack and Emily Droppa couldn’t help but notice the long, slanted windows that bedecked some homes.

Design-build firm ReArch Company has hired Holly LeClair, of South Burlington, as a health and safety manager. In her new position, LeClair will promote and foster the health and safety cultur…

Aviatron, an aviation component repair company, has received more than $8,000 through the Vermont Training Program (VTP), a workforce development program.

South Burlington’s Heritage Aviation, an employee-owned aviation services company, received more than $13,000 for professional development, maintenance and safety promotion.

New England Federal Credit Union awarded a $1 million grant to the Committee on Temporary Shelter (COTS) to increase housing options for families who are experiencing homelessness in Vermont. …

Elise Polli, of Williston, was sworn into the Vermont Builders and Remodelers Association (VBRA) Board of Directors as an associate member on Jan. 30.

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