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Louis “Lou” Scott, of Rutland, formerly of Brooklyn, New York, and Manhattan, is holding forth at the B&G Gallery on Merchants Row with 12…

Certain funding sources for school resource officers and drug enforcement is on hold while the Department of Justice sorts out legal disputes …

MONTPELIER — The Times Argus and Rutland Herald won several awards for reporting and photography at Thursday's Vermont Press Association annua…

MARSHFIELD — While the connection wasn’t the greatest, Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., fielded questions from middle school students across the st…

The “joint” press releases we got this week from College of St. Joseph and the New England Commission of Higher Education are interesting in h…

Rutland City Schools Superintendent Adam Taylor announced at Thursday’s Project VISION meeting a new program designed to help Rutland Middle School students deal with emotional problems and poverty.

Louis “Lou” Scott, of Rutland, formerly of Brooklyn, New York, and Manhattan, is holding forth at the B&G Gallery on Merchants Row with 121 of the 150 tabletop dioramas he’s built, largely…

Certain funding sources for school resource officers and drug enforcement is on hold while the Department of Justice sorts out legal disputes over tying the funding to immigration law compliance.

MONTPELIER — The Times Argus and Rutland Herald won several awards for reporting and photography at Thursday's Vermont Press Association annual awards ceremony.

The bookends buttressing the chapters of Sue Pollender’s lengthy and successful basketball coaching career at Black River High School in Ludlow don’t exactly match.

MIDDLEBURY — An 18-point second period fueled by defensive pressure sparked Fair Haven to a 43-18 victory over Middlebury in girls non-league basketball Thursday night.

WEST RUTLAND — The West Rutland girls basketball team may be searching for an identity but don’t tell the Twin Valley Wildcats that the Golden Horde are just working out the kinks.

PROCTOR — The state champion Mount St. Joseph girls basketball team went to the locker room Wednesday clinging to an 18-17 lead but Proctor won the third quarter, 13-3, and held on to win the …

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Place permeates everything. It’s a marker of culture, habits, pastimes, shared hopes and sha…

One thing you can usually plan on here in our state of Vermont is that Murphy guy; you know,…

I was talking to a friend about the holidays, and he commented that this time of year makes …