Car dealerships see bright future for EVs

EMPLOYEES FROM NORTHEAST I.S. LLC stand with the fleet of four Chevy Bolt electric vehicles the New York company purchased from Alderman’s Chevrolet Buick GMC in Rutland in February. Alderman’s General Manager Mark Alderman committed to EVs early on, he said, and the dealer has now become one of the biggest sellers of Chevrolet EVs in the nation. Photo courtesy Alderman’s Chevrolet

RUTLAND / MIDDLEBURY — Mark Alderman believes we might be approaching a tipping point with electric vehicles (EVs).

Taking the Electric Vehicle plunge: pros and cons

NEW HAVEN RESIDENTS Taborri and Susan Bruhl, along with their two daughters, have had a total of nine Nissan Leaf electric vehicles over the past eight years, including the three pictured here. They installed charging stations and increased their solar capacity to “fuel” them. Photo courtesy Taborri Bruhl

ADDISON COUNTY — Taborri Bruhl and his family in New Haven know a few things about electric vehicles (EVs).

Karl Lindholm: Women in baseball III: Sara Tobias

JUNIOR SARA TOBIAS is an outfielder on the Middlebury College softball team. As shown here playing in the 2016 World Cup competition, she is also a baseball pitcher who has played on the USA National Women’s Baseball Team in international competitions. Photo courtesy of Sara Tobias

This three-part series on Women in Baseball was supposed to be just a two-parter: one on women in the front offices of Major League Baseb


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