Almost 30 people from more than 15 countries, including Russia, Mexico, Iraq, Canada and Togo, got a warm welcome on a cold day Wednesday as t…
On Wednesday, a judge asked for more information about an attempted murder suspect, staying a decision on her possible release as an attempted…
PROCTOR — The Sheriff’s Department has learned who owns the car found in Otter Creek last week, but much remains a mystery, including how to g…
PROCTOR — The prospective buyer for the 1,600-acre Chittenden Watershed will give the Select Board until Dec. 1 to make a decision about selli…
WARREN — Sugarbush Resort has entered into an agreement to be sold to Denver-based Alterra Mountain Co., according to an announcement Wednesday.
BRANDON — The University of Vermont women’s soccer team will have a Rutland County flavor in 2020 with Otter Valley’s Olivia White joining Cut…
Almost 30 people from more than 15 countries, including Russia, Mexico, Iraq, Canada and Togo, got a warm welcome on a cold day Wednesday as they became naturalized citizens during a ceremony …
On Wednesday, a judge asked for more information about an attempted murder suspect, staying a decision on her possible release as an attempted murder charge, involving a 3-year-old, remains pending.
PROCTOR — The Sheriff’s Department has learned who owns the car found in Otter Creek last week, but much remains a mystery, including how to get the vehicle out.
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BRANDON — The University of Vermont women’s soccer team will have a Rutland County flavor in 2020 with Otter Valley’s Olivia White joining Cuttingsville’s Ella Bankert as a member of the Catamounts.
It was single-digit temperatures in Vermont on Wednesday morning but David Bennett wasn’t going to be feeling that in the coming days. He was sitting in an airport waiting to catch a plane to …
It was a memorable Saturday for Manchester’s McCoy family.
PAWTUCKET, R.I. — After posting big numbers in her first career game for the Castleton University women’s basketball team, Elise Magro has been named Little East Conference Rookie of the Week …
Castleton University freshman running back Devin Wollner was named the Eastern Collegiate Football Conference’s Rookie of the Week on Monday for his performance in the Spartans’ 38-20 victory …
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From Friday through Veterans Day on Monday, the region honored veterans at a number of local…
The Unitarian Universalist Church of Rutland Welcomes Hungrytown, a folk duo featured on the…
“The Importance of Being Earnest” by Oscar Wilde is considered one of the most renowned play…
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On the first day of the impeachment hearings against President Donald J. Trump, Rep. Peter Welch, eager to ferret out facts relevant to charges the president abused his office to enlist a foreign power to help him in an election, made a bold suggestion for the answers: “I’d be glad to have t…
Last night on the news, I watched you insist that the "whistleblower" testify in public in t…
Republican Gov. Phil Scott is a man without a country, or to be more specific, a man without…
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The article by Kate Barcellos on proficiency grading left me with two questions.
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In only five paragraphs, Kimberly Cheney’s “Carbon tax needed” letter-to-the-editor on Nov. …
Numerous Poultney households have recently been sent a certified letter from a party identif…
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