Lara Moloy admits that when she moved from Castleton to Burlington in 2005, her employment history didn’t have any specific arc. She saw an ad for a job at the Furchgott Sourdiffe Gallery in Shelburne and thought the position seemed perfect, …

He is a high school teacher, a coffee roaster and a … fig grower.

An accountant by trade, Brigitte Thompson had been volunteering for local rescue organizations with her family when she decided to help improve the system.

This fall, Patricia O’Donnell’s firm, Heritage Landscapes, was awarded the Landscape Architecture Firm Award which is one of the highest honors bestowed by the American Society of Landscape Architecture.

When Milo Dippel turned 10, he asked his parents for a pet. Initially he wasn’t sure what he wanted but after seeing Cinnamon at a pet store, he knew he wanted a rabbit. A few years later, a friend of a friend decided to give up their rabbit,…

Ken French started his creative career as a musician but these days he has branched out into filmmaking and is thoroughly enjoying the experience. The early part of his career was spent in Boston where, in addition to playing music, he was a …

Joanne Crawford held a tribal card for the Abenaki Nation of Missisquoi, but for years she wasn’t really involved with tribal affairs. Instead, she was busy raising a family and holding a full-time job.

In August, Vicki Loner of Hinesburg was named chief executive officer at OneCare Vermont. She started working for the organization in 2012 and has been with them through a number of changes, including becoming the first (and only) certified a…

Bluestone, the business run by Nathan Irons, isn’t your typical insurance firm. For one thing, it’s a B corporation, which means it is required to consider the impact of its decisions on its workers, customers, suppliers, community and the en…

For almost 20 years, Jim and Lynn Williams ran a successful bakery called Seven Stars in Rhode Island. They had 25 employees but in 2019 they sold the business and relocated to Charlotte. “We didn’t have family in Rhode Island so we were free…

Get Your Summer Camp In Our 2020 Guide

This program and recreation guide gives parents a chance to peruse seasonal offerings well in advance of summer; and for camp directors, it’s a great place to advertise fun opportunities for kids.

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