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ROCKINGHAM – A Pittsford man was injured in a motorcycle crash on Tuesday but faces drug charges from an incident on Monday, according to a re…

BRANDON — Flooding, mosquito spraying and littering were the winning topics for the inaugural Brandon Environmental Film Competition.

Rutland Regional Medical Center administrators are expecting a loss of up to $14 million as result of the pandemic, and may have to cut up to …

Wednesday afternoon turned hectic for city firefighters as vehicles crashed, transformers blew and a grass fire came uncomfortably close to so…

MONTPELIER — While the state continues to trend in the right direction in response to the novel coronavirus pandemic, Gov. Phil Scott isn’t re…

While Vermonters continue to self-quarantine, time goes on bringing birthdays, holidays and anniversaries that inspire different kinds of cele…

ROCKINGHAM – A Pittsford man was injured in a motorcycle crash on Tuesday but faces drug charges from an incident on Monday, according to a release from the Vermont State Police.

BRANDON — Flooding, mosquito spraying and littering were the winning topics for the inaugural Brandon Environmental Film Competition.

Rutland Regional Medical Center administrators are expecting a loss of up to $14 million as result of the pandemic, and may have to cut up to 45 full-time positions, according to Claudio Fort,…

Wednesday afternoon turned hectic for city firefighters as vehicles crashed, transformers blew and a grass fire came uncomfortably close to some propane tanks.

MONTPELIER — While the state continues to trend in the right direction in response to the novel coronavirus pandemic, Gov. Phil Scott isn’t ready to declare victory.

Middlebury College recently recognized nine seniors at its annual Athletic Awards Ceremony with Chloe Levins, a Rutland High graduate, earning one of the honors.

Middlebury College recently recognized nine seniors at its annual Athletic Awards Ceremony with Chloe Levins, a Rutland High graduate, earning one of the honors.

The National Basketball League of Canada announced this week that for the second consecutive season Joseph Salerno, a graduate of Montpelier High School and the coach of the Moncton Magic, has…

The National Basketball League of Canada announced this week that for the second consecutive season Joseph Salerno, a graduate of Montpelier High School and the coach of the Moncton Magic, has…

The ‘C’ in Creed screams COMMUNITY. Rutland High School senior Matt Creed is this year’s recipient of the Robert Stafford High School Athlete Community Service Award presented by the Vermont C…

Editorial

One of the opportunities that has come from the challenge of this pandemic is a renewed interest in local produce, meats and other Vermont-made products. It is a most welcome trend. The movement has farmers eager to see just how prosperous this growing season might be.

The Rutland Herald, our local newspaper, winner of the Pulitzer – ho, hum.

I have seen two letters in the Herald addressing two major issues the governor is ignoring, …

Fluoridated public water supplies serve a bit more than half the Vermont population. Despite…

I write in support of Rep. Notte’s May 21 commentary urging the mandatory use of masks to pr…

Forget “government takeovers” of health care. It was taken over long ago by insurance compan…

The COVID-19 pandemic has created unprecedented public health and economic challenges for th…

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