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WHITE RIVER JCT. — White River Valley splashed its green and gold colors all over Hartford's High grueling 3.1-mile layout at the Southern Ver…
In a meet that didn't come to fruition until recently, it was the Rutland boys and Mount Anthony girls cross country teams that took home Sout…
BRANDON — Brothers Alex and Luca Polli tossed three touchdowns apiece in the Otter Valley football team's 41-20 win against Mill River Saturda…
The Mount St. Joseph boys soccer team had shown flashes of great things, but was still searching for that one game to point to where everythin…
BRANDON — The Briggs sisters were on the attack for Fair Haven in Friday’s 6-2 victory over Otter Valley at Markowski Field. Emma had three go…
As staff member of the U.S. Senate Committee on Veterans’ Affairs from 1979 to 1981, Vietnam veteran and filmmaker Garry DuFour, of North Rupe…
As staff member of the U.S. Senate Committee on Veterans’ Affairs from 1979 to 1981, Vietnam veteran and filmmaker Garry DuFour, of North Rupert, learned, from letters submitted to the committ…
The Rutland City Police Department is investigating threatening messages sent to City Board of School Commissioners Chairwoman Alison Notte.
The section of the city charter Police Cmdr. Matthew Prouty violated was declared unconstitutional in 1993.
MONTPELIER — An outbreak of the novel coronavirus connected to Central Vermont Memorial Civic Center in Montpelier has now infected 43 people, according to state officials.
The Vermont Supreme Court has rejected a claim by the defendant in an assault case that he should get bail because of pandemic-related trial delays.
When 94-year-old Rutland native George Wright was in the Air Force and stationed in Texas more than seven decades ago as a teenager, he had a whirlwind romance the led to a quick marriage, an …
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- Vermont Fish & Wildlife has extra antlerless hunting permits
- Old Bellows Falls building to be renovated into apartments
- Editorial Roundup: New England
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- VT Lottery
WHITE RIVER JCT. — White River Valley splashed its green and gold colors all over Hartford's High grueling 3.1-mile layout at the Southern Vermont League Small School Championship but there wa…
In a meet that didn't come to fruition until recently, it was the Rutland boys and Mount Anthony girls cross country teams that took home Southern Vermont League A Division championships Satur…
BRANDON — Brothers Alex and Luca Polli tossed three touchdowns apiece in the Otter Valley football team's 41-20 win against Mill River Saturday afternoon at Markowski Field.
The Mount St. Joseph boys soccer team had shown flashes of great things, but was still searching for that one game to point to where everything came together.
- Misty, drizzling day postpones Cup race in Texas on Lap 52
- Patrick Cantlay rallies from 4 back to win Zozo Championship
- Still rising: Lewis Hamilton makes F1 history with 92nd win
- Celebration after game-winning hit made Rays' Phillips sick
- Wilson has 3 TDs before injury, 49ers crush Patriots 33-6
- Brady's 4 TD passes lead Bucs past Raiders 45-20
- Dodgers charged with 2nd error on wild G4 play for Rays win
- The Latest: Roof closed for Game 5 of Series, may stay shut
When I was growing up, my mom served meat and potatoes nearly every night. Our vegetable was…
Rutland loves Halloween. This year, Halloween falls on a Saturday with a full blue moon. Whi…
It was late morning, and we were climbing the third big ridge of the day.
Last October, a young student in one of my nature-journaling workshops pointed out a fuzzy y…
- Atlanta rapper Silento charged with driving 143 mph on I-85
- Malaysian PM acknowledges king's rebuff of virus emergency
- AP FACT CHECK: Trump and his oh-so-familiar falsehoods
- Show goes on for Olivier Awards, even with UK theaters shut
- Passenger in Offset's car arrested for concealed weapon
- Fear and anxiety spike in virus hot spots across US
- Health experts question Pence campaigning as essential work
I would like to acknowledge the person or persons who, for a second time, stole our BLM sign…
Residents and visitors to Rutland may have noticed “Rutland Art Ramble” signs on windows alo…
Rather than going into an incident, I'll just get to the point.
I still think that Biden and Trump do not really want to win the election. They have both sh…
National Republicans condemn mail-in voting - but only by Democrats.
The recent racist email harassment at Castleton University, as well as racist harassment in …
I am writing this to inform the public on recent events that transpired with the Rutland Cit…
This year, I have a whole new appreciation for the importance of sports for our youth. Summe…
Joe Biden is a national security risk. His cognitive decline is apparent to anyone who has a…
Baby Trump Balloon, US, Uncle Sam, political cartoon
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