Dr. Levine spoke as part of a press conference on Wednesday, March 18. The full story by reporter Patrick McArdle was published online on March 18 and in print March 19. Thank you for supporting your hometown newspaper.
Quasi-retired sports editor Bob Fredette finds himself back in the podcast studio, talking basketball with current sports editor, Adam Aucoin and sports writer Tom Haley.
This week's guests are Carl Serrani, West Rutland girls basketball coach and Chris Hughes, Proctor girls basketball coach.
This week's guests are Fair Haven head basketball coach, Bob Prenevost and his assistant coach, Luke Vadnais. They've got their sites on Barre and talk with sports editor Adam Aucoin and writer Tom Haley about the upcoming tournament.
This week Bob Fredette sits down with General Manager Matt Wilson and Superintendent Cody Larson of Neshobe golf course to discuss the recent purchase, upgrades and other plans for the golf course.
"Alumni sports editor" Bob Fredette sits down with current sports edior Adam Aucoin for another round of Inside Pitch, that starts with local sports and end with commentary on the XFL and predictions for the next World Series.
This week sports editor Adam Aucoin and writer Tom Haley sit down with Joanna Morse and Jeff Porter. Morse is the owner of the arena football team, The Vermont Bucks. Porter is her head coach. The pair are have scheduled a couple games at Spartan arena this spring.
It's all about hoops in this week's podcast, when Bob Fredette joins Adam Auction and Tom Haley for another round of The Inside Pitch.
Local legend Bob Fredette joins Sports Editor Adam Aucoin and Sorts Writer Tom Haley for another round of running down the local sports happenings.
Bob Fredette makes an appearance as a special guest, joining Tom Haley and new sports editor Adam Aucion as they give their early impressions of the winter season.
Bob Fredette is either golfing or shoveling snow...We welcome Adam Aucoin to the podcast and he and Tom cover wrestling, basketball and a few noteworthy achievements.
A new season and a big announcement. Find out who's joining Bob and Tom at the podcast table on today's edition of The Inside Pitch.
Go behind the scenes with the Killington staff as they prep for the World Cup.
This week Rob Mitchell announced his departure from the Rutland Herald. Reporter Gordon Dritschilo talked with Mitchell about growing up with the newspaper, challenges the paper has faced and Mitchell's plans for the future.
Final podcast of the 2019 fall season. Find out who Bob and Tom and picking for big games and hear Tom talking turkey.
This week's guest is Springfield girls soccer coach, Ray Curren and it's also Tom Haley's favorite holiday - Pairings Day. Catch it all on the Rultand Herald's local sports podcast, The Inside Pitch.
It's the final week of regular season and Bob Fredette and Tom Haley run through the surprises of this fall's football season, touch again on the idea of 8-man football and look at a big field hockey game. It's all on the Rutland Herald's local sports podcast, The Inside Pitch.
This week Jim Lowe and George Nostrand preview the upcoming weekend's Vermont Arts section and George Nostrand talks with Rutland musician Andy Lugo about the release of his new single, "Stick and Move."
This week's guest is Mill River girls soccer coach, Shawn Bendig.
This week Jim Lowe talks with Patrick McArdle, covering piano to Pride and Prejudice. In the second part of the program George Nostrand interviews Kyle Carey who will be at Brandon Music on Oct. 4
This week's guest is Tammy Landon, owner of The Gymnasium, who talks with Bob and Tom about her decision to leave her position at Castleton to become a small business owner. There's also plenty of talk about field hockey, including some insight into being a referee.
This week Jim Lowe talks about Jamie Laredo, SPA's Rock Solid exhibit and the history of an Indecent play. In the second part of the program George Nostrand interviews the band, Humdinger & The Bucksnort who are releasing an album on Friday, September 27.
Football, soccer, cross country and more! It's all in this week's edition of The Inside Pitch.
Rutland Herald reporter Patrick McArdle joins the team and Moira Smiley talks with George Nostrand about her music, her travels and the Epic Little Folk Festival on Sept. 20
Bob and Tom look at the upcoming schedule and get into it over the number of divisions in football.
This week's special guest is Rutland football coach, Mike Norman.
Bob and Tom are back with a preview of local fall sports.
Two-part episode featuring an interview with the musical duo Haze & Dacey, followed by an interview with Herald intern, Sarah Asch by reporter Patrick McArdle
The drumline from the Governor's Institutes of Vermont performs during the Independence Day Parade in Castleton Thursday, July 4, 2019.
Sarah Asch interviews Tom Phillips about Gordon "Buffy" Spaulding, a local musician who past recently. Phillips is helping to plan a celebration of life event. (background music provided by Kris Collett and Dammitall)
This week on Major Prelude & minor mishaps, Arts Editor Jim Lowe gives a preview of the section, including Weston Playhouse's opening production of "The Phantom Tollbooth," as well as an arts opening titled, "Vulva Epiphanies." George Nostrand sits down with local fusion trio Discavus to dis…
Proctor softball coach, Abby Bennett and Fair Haven baseball coach Adam Greenlese join Bob Fredette and Tom Haley for this week's edition of The Inside Pitch.
Episode Notes: Arts editor Jim Lowe talks about the summer arts guide and what he has lined up for this weekend's edition of Vermont Arts. Whitney Ramage of 77Art is the featured guest on minor mishaps, talking about their second artist-in-residency program.
Bob and Tom are back and in full swing with softball and baseball season updates.
Interview with Kris Francoeur, author - "Of Grief, Garlic and Gratitude"
Francis L. Knox, 57, spoke to Judge Thomas Zonay in Rutland criminal court on Thursday before being sentenced. Knox was scheduled to serve five to eight years. Knox pleaded guilty in Rutland criminal court on Sept. 5 to one felony count of lewd and lascivious conduct in one case and one felo…
It may be cold out, but Bob Fredette and Tom Haley have baseball and softball on the brain. Find out their thoughts on this years' crop of players as well as which field has the worst wind tunnel...All on this weeks' edition of The Inside Pitch.
Despite the cold, Bob & Tom are in baseball/ softball mode. Hear their thoughts on the upcoming season, this week on The Inside Pitch
An excerpt from an audio interview with artist/ documentary filmmaker Adeline Praud, the current artist-in-residence at 77 Gallery. More of this interview will be featured on the podcast, MP & mm.
Episode Notes: This week on Major Prelude & minor mishaps, Arts Editor Jim Lowe previews the weekend Vermont Arts section, which includes an exhibit by Big Heavy World, premiers at the Dorset Playhouse and...Air Supply. The second half for the program, hosted by George Nostrand features an i…
A Rutland man, Shawn LaPlante, is being held in jail after being charged with the March 5 strangulation death of a local woman, Alicia Harrington. A lawyer representing Harrington's family talked on Friday about Harrington as a devoted mother and the loss her family feels.
This week, Jim Lowe's got his eye on the visual arts and George Nostrand talks about two upcoming local plays.
Jay Kenlan, president of the board of trustees at College of St. Joseph, said on Tuesday that Jennifer Scott, president of CSJ, has proposed a plan the board hopes will keep the college alive but could mean changes in staffing and offerings and could send undergraduates to another college. K…
Christina Cunningham, local wellness pro, introduces and leads a guided meditation on grounding. She’s offering this as a free sample of her current work. She’s dedicated her career to helping people become comfortable in their bodies and creating lives that bring them fulfillment through ma…
On this week's episode, arts editor Jim Lowe talk about two upcoming Vermont Symphony Orchestra shows as well as some St. Patrick's Day event. George's guest on minor mishaps is Rutland musician Kris Collett. His band DamnitAll are playing Friday, March 8 at the Hide-A-Way Tavern in downtow…
MSJ men's basketball coach, Chris Charbonneau, is today's guest on the Rutland Herald's local sports podcast, The Inside Pitch.
Southern Vermont College President David Evans announced on Monday the college will close at the end of the current semester. Reporter Patrick McArdle will have a story in Tuesday's paper.
Rutland Herald reporter Patrick McArdle spoke with Dr. Jeffrey McKee, Vice President of Community and Behavioral Health Services at Rutland Regional Medical Center, Claudio Fort, president and CEO of Rutland Regional Medical Center and Dick Courcelle, CEO of Rutland Mental Health about a pro…
This week the Rutland Herald's local sports podcast features special guests, Nathan Bellomo and Rich Alberti. Bellomo is the head coach for the Rutland girls basketball team and Alberti is his assistant. Here what they have to say about how they stack up to other teams in the region as well …
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Tom Giffin, of Rutland, serves Rutland City as cemetery commissioner, overseeing maintenance and upkeep for four cemeteries: West Street Cemetery, House of Corrections Cemetery behind Northwest School, Poor Farm Cemetery off Gleason Road near the transfer station and North Main Street Cemet…
When Jack Blount, of Rutland, came to consciousness in his native New Jersey — he started school in Cedar Grove — World War II was raging in Europe and the Pacific. His father, an electrical engineer, worked 6 and 7 days a week, gasoline for family outings was hard to find, as were nylon sto…
In 1850, Herman Melville, of New York City, a struggling writer of small repute, then known for novelized travel books “Typee” and “Omoo” based on his adventures as a merchant seaman and whaler, bought a 160-acre farm outside the then-village of Pittsfield, Massachusetts. He named the place …
Enid Reiman, of Rutland, is a woman with strong opinions, as anyone who knows her or has read her columns and letters to the editor in the pages of this newspaper. “I do think we’ve lost our moral compass in this nation. I don’t think it’s exclusive to us. I think the whole world is a little…
Petra O’Neill, who teaches yoga at her studio in the Howe Center in Rutland, says, “For me, yoga means not only movement but also a way to bring mindfulness to my day-to-day and to share that with other people.” O’Neill describes “mindfulness” as using time to pause, to be more present. “May…
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A 77ART August artist-in-residence, Yasmeen Abdallah explores socio-political issues within contemporary culture using discarded/found objects, images and text as source material. She said, “I think (artists) have a privilege of doing what we love, and I think it’s our responsibility in a wa…
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