Jack Sawyer may never have actually tried to follow through on the school shooting at Fair Haven Union High School that police said he was pla…
Call it poise. Or composure. Maybe, cool. Mount St. Joseph’s Maddox Traynor has it well beyond his sophomore standing and it showed through in…
As part of the new Greater Rutland County Supervisory Union, the Quarry Valley Unified Union School District, which includes West Rutland, Pou…
CLARENDON — The town is researching an ordinance that would ban commercial marijuana sales, should the Legislature ever legalize a regulated m…
Jamison Evans celebrated his collegiate signing day with 25 points to lead Rutland High School over Mount Anthony, 70-39 in Marble Valley Leag…
Jack Sawyer may never have actually tried to follow through on the school shooting at Fair Haven Union High School that police said he was planning, but the possibility of what might have happ…
As part of the new Greater Rutland County Supervisory Union, the Quarry Valley Unified Union School District, which includes West Rutland, Poultney and Proctor, has proposed a $17,617,200 budg…
CLARENDON — The town is researching an ordinance that would ban commercial marijuana sales, should the Legislature ever legalize a regulated marijuana market.
BRANDON — The replica uniforms didn’t do the trick.
- Vermont Senate committee approves marijuana regulation bill
- Editorials from around New England
- Scott administration announces study on short-term rentals
- Vermont marks anniversary of thwarted school shooting plot
- Vermont Transportation Agency to move to Barre after fire
- VT Lottery
- Opioid deaths down 50 percent in Vermont county
- General, transportation fund revenues up
Call it poise. Or composure. Maybe, cool. Mount St. Joseph’s Maddox Traynor has it well beyond his sophomore standing and it showed through in the Mounties’ 53-48 victory over Fair Haven in Fr…
Jamison Evans celebrated his collegiate signing day with 25 points to lead Rutland High School over Mount Anthony, 70-39 in Marble Valley League basketball Friday at Keefe Gym.
LUDLOW — Julie Lee had 20 points and Sophie Markowski 12 to power Mount St. Joseph to a 47-8 victory over Black River in Friday night’s girls basketball game at Presidential Hall.
- Weather turns ugly as Shiffrin goes for 2nd gold at worlds
- Perfect Storm: The 500 and fight that changed NASCAR forever
- Flamengo soccer club fire in Brazil: bad luck or negligence?
- No. 25 Buffalo shakes off poor start, beats Toledo 88-82
- Kuchar apologizes, pledges $50,000 to Mayakoba caddie
- Michigan State acting president apologizes to Nassar victims
- Cubs' Russell sorry for 'pain' he caused ex-wife, no details
- 'A lot of things have changed' for Shiffrin's rival
PITTSFORD, VT — Grammy-winning guitarist Ed Gerhard in concert. Join us for an unforgettable…
The only thing I dislike about New England is that whenever I have an inspiration about a fe…
Remember that sweet, sunny June morning when you took your children to the local kids’ fishi…
On winter mornings when I look out my window, I often see a gray squirrel clinging upside do…
I am always perked up when the spring flower shows arrive, and I always try to get to a coup…
- Chicago police release 2 men questioned in Smollett case
- Great tasting oatmeal doesn't need to come in a packet
- For more streamlined chicken enchiladas, use a slow cooker
- Try this dimpled, chewy, herb-topped deep-dish focaccia
- 9/11 fund running out of money for those with illnesses
- McCabe: Statements 'taken out of context and misrepresented'
- APNewsBreak: Allred contacted authorities about R Kelly tape
We seem to have forgotten our filters. We all have biases and opinions. But that adage of “think before you speak” seems to have been lost. Now, in this world of social media and instant gratification and rapid response, we are more likely to shoot first.
The hubbub of the holidays may be over, but the warm feelings they generate continue on.
When I first arrived in Montpelier in January 2013, the talk in the halls under the Golden D…
Those in the Legislature who bring up these bitterly divisive culture war issues, be it the …
Dear fellow Vermonters:
Watching the two-year agony in the U.K. arising from the seemingly innocent referendum recom…
After reading my commentary asserting that Vermont’s promised contribution to global tempera…
If I could sit in the living room of every Rutland Town home, I would tell you how valuable,…
This morning, my dog, Fern, and I had a good discussion about toast and jam. Y’want somethin…
Our children should never be exposed to dangerous, toxic chemicals.
I have read many articles and listened to many reports lately in regard to abortion. I now f…
I’m in a cynical kind of mood. My disposition results from thinking about how lazy we have b…
- Igloo Build @ Montshire Museum of Science
- Audubon West Rutland Marsh Monitoring Walk
- Valentine's Day Dinner and Party
- Free Community Skate Night
- Figure Skating Show Feb. 16 & 17
- Art and Yoga
- The Hartness Airport
- Coffee House Music Series: Bill Brink
- Hazen Trail Snowshoe or Hike
- David Wax Museum
- The Black Kungfu Experience
- Center Street Story Walk
- Film: Aquaman
- Colorama from the George Eastman Museum
- From the Vault: Staff Selections
- Rutland WinterFest
- And Then There Were None
- Kids' Saturday Classes
- Learn Japanese Class
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