Originally from northern Virginia, Lizzy Lunday lives and works in Brooklyn, New York. In August 2019, Lunday was an artist in residence with 77Art in Rutland, Vermont. Lunday says, “The imagery that I use for my paintings right now for the series I’ve been work on for most of the past year …

The American Civil Liberties Union of Vermont is calling a decision from the Vermont Supreme Court released on Friday, which says the Burlington Police Department can’t force someone to pay money in order to watch an officer’s body camera footage, a victory for access to public records and t…

A West Rutland man was sentenced on Wednesday to serve at least two years in prison for an incident in 2017 during which he drove his Cadillac Escalade from the parking lot of the Vermont Department of Corrections’ office of probation and parole on State Street and collided with a man who ha…

The prison sentence of a New York man, convicted after an incident at Hide-A-Way Tavern in April 2018, is not expected to grow any longer after entering a plea agreement on Tuesday that will included a prison sentence of three to four years for a high-speed chase in August 2018.

MONTREAL — Fifty years is a long time, but Musica Camerata Montréal is going strong as it closes half a century as one of Canada’s finest chamber music ensembles. Amazingly, its founders remain the backbone of its music making — and they’re in top form.

A former Peoples Academy teacher is suing Lamoille South Supervisory Union Superintendent Tracy Wrend, alleging she fired him in 2014 in retaliation for being critical of Wrend and encouraging the local union to cast a “no confidence” vote against her.