BARRE — Lt. Gov. David Zuckerman was in a reflective mode in a discussion about his first term in office and the path ahead for himself and the state after the November election, when he faces challenger Rep. Donald Turner, R-Milton, the House minority leader.

Local director Duane Carleton will show his documentary, “Divided by Diversity,” at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 24, at Castleton University. It will be followed by a panel that includes one of the students in the film as well as the president of the local NAACP chapter.

Hathaway Farm & Corn Maze had a “Man’s Best Friend Feature” this year. The 12-acre field of corn was cut into the shape of a large dog — and made fun for all ages. Irene Hathaway says ideas happen quickly, “And I decide,” but planning and scaling everything down can take months. Her work…

ORWELL — After offering carrots, the Board of Education resorted to sticks Wednesday night when they made the decision to consolidate the reluctant Orwell School District with the Slate Valley Unified Union School District.

From 1973 to 1976, when Dr. Maurice ‘Mo’ Cyr is still in his early 20s and Vermont’s counterculture is at the peak of its blossoming. In the story, Cyr is riding high as young man about town. He’s always loved cooking for his friends, gigging on the mountain making breakfast and lunch when h…

A Bomoseen man is facing a criminal charge after police said he told them he had forgotten to bring mushroom sauce to a Proctor event, rushed out to get it and failed to use the correct car he needed to use based on his conviction for drunk driving.

Editor’s note: Every year in the run-up to the Rutland Halloween Parade, the Herald publishes clues to this year’s Jack O’Lantern, a community figure selected by the Rutland Recreation Department. Area elementary school students take part in a guessing game as to the identity of the Jack, an…