Evernorth Rural Ventures Projects
Small businesses, schools, nonprofits, manufacturers, and more have benefitted from ERV financing. When organizations get the resources that they need to expand their capacity, employment increases and investments grow. Most importantly, the people of our communities are better served.
This column was written by John Vogel and originally published by Valley News on June 15, 2021. John is a recently retired clinical professor from the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth and is co-chair of the Evernorth Board of Directors.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
April 22, 2021
SAINT JOHNSBURY—Nearly one year into the substantial rehabilitation work on the former Depot Square Apartments, now known as New Avenue, the project has brought substantial changes to the building and to the community it will once again serve.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: April 1, 2021
[SPRINGFIELD, VT] The Springfield Housing Authority (SHA) and Evernorth are pleased to announce that the Woolson Block in downtown Springfield is fully occupied. The renovations returned the historic property to its prominent origins and will contribute to the economic vitality of downtown Springfield.
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