A Killington man will serve six and a half years in federal prison and remain under supervision for another 10 years after admitting on Monday…
CASTLETON — A pink wave descended on the town this weekend as hundreds donning pink shirts walked over three miles to raise an approximated $6…
PROCTOR — The Select Board has agreed to lower the water bill on the former Vermont Marble Company building at 61 Main St. and may be taking a…
PITTSFORD — The towns of Pittsford and Proctor plan to explore their options for sharing police coverage.
CVU, U-32, Thetford and Proctor secured the top seeds for the girls soccer playoffs and three of those teams will attempt to build upon establ…
A Killington man will serve six and a half years in federal prison and remain under supervision for another 10 years after admitting on Monday to possessing child pornography in May.
CASTLETON — A pink wave descended on the town this weekend as hundreds donning pink shirts walked over three miles to raise an approximated $63,000 for breast cancer research and resources.
PROCTOR — The Select Board has agreed to lower the water bill on the former Vermont Marble Company building at 61 Main St. and may be taking a look at the fees for other commercial properties …
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CVU, U-32, Thetford and Proctor secured the top seeds for the girls soccer playoffs and three of those teams will attempt to build upon established dynasties.
WINDSOR — On senior day, the Yellow Jackets played their best game of the year as they get ready for the playoffs, defeating Woodstock 32-0 Saturday. Windsor will head to Springfield on Friday…
They picked up their sticks on a hot Thursday afternoon in August with the goal of playing in the chill of November on the University of Vermont’s Moulton-Winder Field.
When Otter Valley upset BFA-Fairfax 38-36 on Saturday night, the Otters gave Division III football a big shake. Poultney overtook BFA for the top seed while the Otters climbed to No. 3 when th…
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Vermont was the crumple zone in the collision between the Adirondacks to the west and the lo…
Bill Walsh lives in East Barre. When we had lunch at a downtown restaurant a few weeks ago, …
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A breast cancer diagnosis at age 41 in 2018 tore my life apart and then put it back together…
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Trapping season in Vermont begins on Oct. 26. Residents and visitors who enjoy use of public…
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The New York Yanks are in deep trouble now after losing to a team with a salary of $44 milli…
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In abandoning the Kurds in Syria, Donald Trump has committed a crime against humanity, and s…
I really enjoyed Diane Alberts' commentary in Wednesday's Herald, and I can relate.
Should Vermont taxpayer-funded government lawyers do free legal work for private law firms a…
Of all the 50 states, California has been blessed with every advantage. A mild climate. Fert…
Vermonters shouldn’t have to pay for access to their government’s public records. Government…
I believe Rutland has gone through a great deal of transition in my lifetime. I have seen a …
Years ago, as I was trying to back out of a Price Chopper parking space on the lot’s curve, …
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