Recent News Releases - Past 7 Days
Waterfowl Blinds Must Be Removed
Waterfowl hunters who did not remove their hunting blinds from the waters of the state earlier must do so before February 15 on Lake Champlain or May 15 on inland waters according to a reminder from the Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department. Read more
Team Infinity Sweeps Radon Poster Contest
When it comes to making sure Vermonters understand the importance of getting homes tested for radon gas, the students in Daryl Kuhn's science class are right on it. The 7th and 8th grade "Team Infinity" students at Edmunds Middle School in Burlington submitted their artwork for this year's Radon Poster Contest and received first, second and third prize, as well as honorable mention. Read more
MVP Repays Vermonters for Overcharging for Colorectal Screenings
Michael S. Pieciak, commissioner of the Department of Financial Regulation, announced today that MVP Health Insurance Co. has paid the state of Vermont an administrative penalty of $70,500 and reimbursed 470 Vermonters a total of $158,915 plus interest. Read more
Secretary of State Jim Condos Statement on DHS Designating Elections Systems as "Critical Infrastructure"
Protecting election integrity and security is one of my most important duties of the Secretary of State. It's a sacred responsibility and is something I take seriously. This includes cybersecurity. My office has been taking steps to prepare for growing cyber threats for some time. We hired independent experts to perform cybersecurity assessments of all of our systems. Based on those results, we further fortified our defenses and put appropriate proactive protections in place. We continually monitor, assess and secure all of our systems, including our elections systems. Read more
Vermont's Captive Insurance Officials Voted into Captive Review's "Power 50" Ranking and Inducted into "Hall of Fame"
Dave Provost, Dan Towle and Sandy Bigglestone have all been recognized by Captive Review Magazine, a leading London-based publication for the captive insurance industry for their influence in the global captive insurance industry. The magazine has published, for the first time, an industry-wide Hall of Fame recognizing the most influential individuals the captive insurance industry has produced, or been served by, over the past 50 years. Vermont's own Dave Provost has been selected as one of 13 inductees chosen for this prestigious honor. Sandy Bigglestone makes the "Power 50" list for the first time and Dan Towle moves up in the ranking, voted on by more than 4,800 industry professionals. Read more
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