A local woman was in court Monday after police said she caused the Jan. 24 death of Harper Rose Briar, a 6-month-old Pittsford girl.
KILLINGTON — For Rutland’s special olympians, there’s always something new to learn.
CASTLETON — Castleton University is jumping on the hemp train — along with over a dozen other colleges and universities — and offering a cannabis studies certification program for students starting this summer and launching officially in the fall.
Vermont State Police are looking for whoever set fire to the sign at the Jehovah's Witness Hall on Gleason Road.
Sublime is an overused word, even by this reviewer, but it best describes Anthony McGill’s performance of Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto with the Vermont Symphony Orchestra at the Paramount Theatre on Sunday. And the audience — truly impressive in size for a classical music performance in Rutlan…
Vermont’s black bears might be hungrier than usual this year, and to avoid contact with them, the state suggests people take their bird feeders down before April 1.
MONTPELIER — It’s still a year out from launching, but there’s already momentum gathering to celebrate the commission of the nuclear attack submarine USS Vermont (SSN 792).
MONTPELIER — It’s still a year away from launching, but there’s already momentum gathering to celebrate the commission of the nuclear attack submarine USS Vermont (SSN 792).
For the past 100 years, the American Legion has been bidding farewell to old members while welcoming new ones, and to keep up it will have to embrace technology and change, according to current and former leaders.
While the Saturday Sprouts Program at the Winter Farmers Market might be aimed at children, it’s their parents who may truly be the ones appreciating it.
LEICESTER — State Police said a trooper collapsed shortly after collecting drug evidence at a traffic stop, and had to be revived with several doses of Narcan.
Alicia Harrington, a local wife and domestic worker, was remembered as a loving mother who will be missed by her family after the arraignment of the man accused of her murder.
See and hear Sandy Mayo tell the story in her own words in this week’s Talking Pictures video. bit.ly/0315SandyMayo
MONTPELIER — Hundreds of students from across Vermont marched to the State House Friday to call for action to combat climate change.
BURLINGTON — The defense for a Williston man charged in criminal court with killing five teenagers from Central Vermont in a fiery wrong-way crash on Interstate 89 has turned over to prosecutors his records from the Howard Center, a mental health facility in Burlington.
Discovering Venus of El Segundo
A local man is being held without bail after police said he strangled a Rutland woman to death March 5 in his Rutland home.
An investigation into the work being done on an approved solar project may take several more weeks, according to documents filed Wednesday with the Public Utility Commission.
FAIR HAVEN — The loveliest Lincoln of them all is settling into her new role as a worldwide pet celebrity.
KILLINGTON — The Special Olympics Winter Games return for a second year to Pico Mountain, with Sunday opening ceremonies.
Shawn LaPlant, of Rutland, appears in Rutland criminal court Friday afternoon to be charged with second-degree murder in connection with the death of Alicia Harrington.
Almost a year after he succeeded Thomas Huebner, Claudio Fort, president and CEO of Rutland Regional Medical Center, says he’s a believer in not just his hospital but his community.
The possible loss of small Vermont hospitals could be a problem for the state, said Claudio Fort, president and CEO of Rutland Regional Medical Center.
BUZZARDS BAY, Mass. — The Norwich men’s lacrosse team notched four fourth-quarter goals to push past the Mass. Maritime Buccaneers on Thursday night by a 12-10 final score.
Claudio Fort, president and CEO of Rutland Regional Medical Center, met the Rutland Herald's editorial board on Thursday at the Herald offices on Grove Street. Among the topics discussed were the possible loss of small rural hospitals.
MONTPELIER — The state attorney general’s office is warning residents about a scam in which consumers are tricked into buying fake tech support and repair services.
MONTPELIER — Vermonters will be able to identify a third gender on their driver’s license starting July 1.
A bill seeking to hold polluters accountable for contamination has passed the Vermont Senate for the second time in two years.
MONTPELIER — The 16-year-old Swedish girl leading a worldwide climate change rally today, including one in Montpelier, has been nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize.
Mayor David Allaire confirmed this week that Suzanne Ellis, the city’s human resources director, had resigned, effective on election day.
The House Judiciary Committee approved a bill Wednesday that would remove the statute of limitations for victims of child sexual abuse who want to seek civil damages.
A Benson man is facing a felony charge after police said he drove over a person’s foot in January in the parking lot of Mac’s Convenience Store in Fair Haven.
One of Rutland’s own was recognized by Vice President Mike Pence in a speech he gave Tuesday in Washington, D.C.
At the Rutland City Public School board’s meeting Tuesday night, Rutland Middle School Principal Deb Hathaway and Vice Principal Sharon Napolitano said they could use a social worker at the school, but were still collecting data to address ongoing disruptive behavior from the students.
Aging frequently means adding “a variety of pills” to the list of things you have to keep track of.
Students at Tuesday’s School Board meeting proposed raising a Black Lives Matter flag at Rutland High School, but one of the comments made in response shocked some members of the public.
MONTPELIER — It looks as though a bill requiring safe storage for guns will not move forward in the Senate while a potential waiting period for gun purchases is still up in the air.
An offer has been made to Rutland Town to join a net-metering group that a solar developer says would save the town a great deal of money on its electricity expenses during the next 20 years.
MONTPELIER — The Senate Judiciary Committee took testimony for the first time Wednesday on a bill that would mandate the release of data on extreme risk protection orders.
A Texas truck driver who police said hit and damaged a Brandon covered bridge in January failed to appear in court on March 4.
Chris Stanton holds Fair Haven’s new Pet Mayor, Lincoln, as she is sworn in by Town Clerk Suzanne DeChame, right, during a quick ceremony during a Select Board meeting Tuesday evening. Lincoln’s goat friend, Lucy, is at left.
Officials at College of St. Joseph are not naming a potential partner who could help the school retain its accreditation, but Jay Kenlan, chairman of the college board of trustees, said the board voted unanimously to support a plan put forward by President Jennifer Scott.
Kent Pond Crossing
City officials are promising careful consideration of the proposed sign ordinance.
NORTH CLARENDON — The Vermont Country Store says it won’t rebuild a 16,000-square-foot warehouse on Route 7B that burned down in October, but will instead add 12,000 square feet to its existing facility in the spring.
MONTPELIER — A state senator says he doesn’t want a bill targeted at hate crimes and bias-motivated incidents to turn the state into “the thought police.”
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…
MONTPELIER — The chairman of the Senate Education Committee has added a fresh wrinkle to the debate over extensions to state-ordered school district mergers by floating a proposal that would put the power to buy time in the hands of yet-to-be-elected school boards.
KILLINGTON — The state has fined the owners of a condominium development for not responding properly to elevated levels of lead found four years ago in the development’s drinking water system.
During the past week, several units at Rutland Regional Medical Center have been placed under “precautions” because of norovirus.