Christina Nolan, the U.S. Attorney for Vermont, would like to bring a short documentary about heroin recovery to a public space in Rutland in …
About 40 students from Rutland area schools spent Thursday morning shopping at Walmart with the help of members of the Rutland City Police Dep…
FAIR HAVEN — A rough draft of next year’s Slate Valley school budget shows a slight decrease in spending, but it won’t be presented to the Sch…
BARRE — The ability of an inmate to represent themselves has become at odds with Department of Corrections policies.
PROCTOR — Two very different games Thursday night produced Twin Valley and Proctor as the teams that will meet in Friday night’s championship …
Christina Nolan, the U.S. Attorney for Vermont, would like to bring a short documentary about heroin recovery to a public space in Rutland in February when the film will be screened at Rutland…
About 40 students from Rutland area schools spent Thursday morning shopping at Walmart with the help of members of the Rutland City Police Department and other officials including Rutland City…
FAIR HAVEN — A rough draft of next year’s Slate Valley school budget shows a slight decrease in spending, but it won’t be presented to the School Board until Jan. 6.
- Vermont police investigate laser pointed at aircraft
- VT Lottery
- Group of lawmakers plans to push climate legislation
- Group of lawmakers plans to push climate legislation
- Officials hope Statehouse ice rink open for the holidays
- Republican committee recommends sheriff nominee to governor
- Vermont lawmakers want to know about plan to close Woodside
- Man sentenced in UTV crash that killed girlfriend
PROCTOR — Two very different games Thursday night produced Twin Valley and Proctor as the teams that will meet in Friday night’s championship game of the Bob Abrahamson Tip-Off Classic.
When the West Rutland girls basketball team is playing, the opponent had best be shooting a very high percentage from the field. They certainly will not be getting many second shots.
The Rutland boys hockey team proved to be generous hosts and allowed the Brattleboro Colonels to claim a 5-2 victory in the Raiders’ season opener Wednesday at Spartan Arena.
WHITE RIVER JCT. — The Rutland girls hockey team opened its season in impressive fashion on Wednesday evening, blanking Hartford 3-0 on the road.
- Tokyo being billed as 'Recovery Olympics' -- but not for all
- Embiid has 38 points, 13 boards, Sixers beat Celtics 115-109
- Former NBA Commissioner Stern has emergency brain surgery
- Pelicans languishing as Williamson's absence drags on
- Retired goalie Tim Thomas details brain damage from hockey
- Landry says best friend OBJ not looking to bolt Browns
- MLB's winter meetings turned into the Scott Boras show
- New Jersey sport bets pass half-billion dollars in November
Christmas is drawing nearer, and that means Scrooge and Santa are making appearances in seve…
Bread & Butter
Everyone in Vermont likes to talk about the cold weather. You know, how cold was it?
I know people who say we shouldn’t be cutting down trees just to brighten our homes for the …
The first and most important step in avoiding the flu this year is to get an influenza vaccination.
- Taylor Swift calls out Scooter Braun during Billboard speech
- Tramadol is an odd, unpredictable opioid, scientists say
- Another opioid crisis is raging through the developing world
- Wilde defends 'Jewell' reporter over sex-for-tips claims
- California library gains hundreds of presidential documents
- Review: In Malick's 'A Hidden Life,' a hymn of defiance
- California considers requiring zero emission truck sales
Here in Vermont, where pot is legal to possess and grow, the Vermont Legislature is planning…
Last week, Rep. Pattie McCoy, R-Poultney, wrote an op-ed about a carbon tax (Nov. 30 – "McCo…
The small town is slowly becoming an endangered species. If we want it to survive, we need t…
I am writing on behalf of Rutland County Audubon in response to the last paragraph of a good…
I was not aware that the purchase and sale of real estate in Vermont required a trial in the…
On behalf of the Friends of Helaine committee, I would like to extend a huge thank you to th…
“Medicare for All” — the dream wherein every American regardless of age, status or wealth wi…
Earlier this week, I got scammed for $500 and I wanted to warn others so they won’t get draw…
Our education funding system is broken. We all know it.
The topic of health care consolidation — or, the coming together of hospitals, doctors and o…
- Holiday Shop and Tour
- The Importance of Being Earnest
- Matthew Ames
- Queen of Hearts Drawing
- Friday Night Open Gym
- Parents Night Out Open Gym
- Rutland Death Cafe
- Pay as you Wish
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- Docent tours
- 39 Revolting Children Hit The Stage at NEYT
- A Christmas Carol
- Friday Writers Group
- Creative Space
- The Sound of Music
- Meditation Group
- Open Studio Pottery
- Family Clay Play (All Ages)
- Skene Manor Open for the 2019 Season!
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