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The coronavirus, or COVID-19, is having an effect on everything we do. With so much information out there, we are combining our coverage into one online space for easy access to the public. Stay safe, and please follow recommendations being provided by local, state and national leaders, as well as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Vermont Department of Health.

RUTLAND — Rutland Young Professionals recently welcomed five new members to its board of directors, led by board president Kim Rupe.

BERLIN — Dr. Sandra Molteni joins CVMC Family Medicine–Berlin. Before joining CVMC, she worked for three years as a squadron surgeon for the U…

Project VISION this week released a sort-of final version of its new strategic plan, which has been in the works since last year.

BRATTLEBORO — Erik Rosenbauer, Brattleboro Retreat Director of Security, was elected chair of the Vermont Healthcare Emergency Preparedness Co…

Programs to provide financial assistance to help Vermont tenants, landlord and low-income homeowners struggling because of the pandemic to pay…

BARRE TOWN — Morrisville’s Brandon Lanphear kicked his Thunder Road season into high gear with an electrifying victory in the Myers Container …

Project VISION this week released a sort-of final version of its new strategic plan, which has been in the works since last year.

Programs to provide financial assistance to help Vermont tenants, landlord and low-income homeowners struggling because of the pandemic to pay rent and mortgages will be available for applicat…

PITTSFORD — The town has been awarded a federal grant to fund the policing of the town of Proctor, but whether Proctor wants to move ahead with a deal remains to be seen.

The town would like Zamias Services to take better care of the defunct Diamond Run Mall — or at least a return phone call.

BARRE TOWN — Morrisville’s Brandon Lanphear kicked his Thunder Road season into high gear with an electrifying victory in the Myers Container Service Triple Crown Series opener for the Lenny’s…

STOWE — Rutland Country Club's Garren Poirier kept the Vermont Amateur golf championship in Rutland County, taking the title after an elite run at Stowe Golf Club.

BARRE — Thunder Road officials have postponed the 36th Bolduc Metal Recycling Enduro 200 and Street Stock Special to Sunday, August 23 at 6 p.m.

STOWE — Rutland Country Club’s Garren Poirier put himself in a great spot to compete for the 2020 Vermont Amateur Golf Tournament championship with another elite round on Wednesday at Stowe Co…

It took a few innings for Manchester’s bats to get a spark against Rutland Tuesday night, but when they did, the flame was burning hot.

Editorial

It is reassuring that state and private colleges and universities around Vermont are taking bold measures to keep students and staff when they return to higher learning this fall.

When people play the comparison game, you're only a victim of what others think of you.

The governor refuses to make masks mandatory. I cannot understand why. Those who refuse to w…

I thought the plan was to get as many people as possible tested throughout our population (s…

What’s up with the pushback against wearing masks to prevent the spread of COVID-19? America…

Today, I will be celebrating my 25th year as an employee of the Rutland Redevelopment Author…

The recent killing of George Floyd has led to wide-ranging responses throughout the country.…

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