The Town of Castleton has prepared the community room at the fire department as a warming center that will be open until midnight tonight. The address of the warming center is 273 Route 30 North, Castleton, VT 05735.
ST. JOHNSBURY – Vermont State Police are investigating a shooting that took place in St. Johnsbury early Friday morning.
MONTPELIER – Despite facing single-digit temperatures, hundreds of people turned out to support women, people of color and other groups while also protesting President Donald Trump.
Kyle May had some key stops down the stretch on his way to a 27-save performance and Spaulding snapped a three-game skid with a 3-1 victory over Rutland High School in Division I hockey Saturday at Spartan Arena.
The Rutland City Fire Department’s newest truck isn’t a firetruck, but it will be able to help firefighters respond to emergency situations.
The Special Olympics Unified Sports teams at Rutland High School brought home an unusual win Friday while celebrating recognition from the Special Olympics organization and ESPN.
The state has some advice and information sources to help people stay safe during the coming storm that’s expected to drop two feet of snow in some areas.
An extreme cold weather emergency shelter is open at the Elks Lodge 345 on Pleasant Street which can be used as an overnight shelter for people who need a safe place during the coming snowstorm and cold snap, according to Tom Donahue, executive director of BROC – Community Action in Southwes…
BURLINGTON — The line of people affected by the partial government shutdown may be growing longer by the day, but nearly 13,000 Vermonters who are enrolled in a program that provides federally funded food benefits and health services aren’t in it yet.
MONTPELIER — Thomas Greene likes the chaos of life, and its unexpected adventure. He lets it surround him, infiltrate him as he works. The writer can be found in public spots, tapping away at the keyboard, weaving stories we can't put down.
MONTPELIER — Thomas Greene likes the chaos of life, and its unexpected adventure. He lets it surround him, infiltrate him as he works. The writer can be found in public spots, tapping away at the keyboard, weaving stories we can’t put down.
BRANDON — The town budget that will go before voters in March is up just shy of 1 percent from last year.
Walter Epstein probably had more words published in the Rutland Herald than some of its staff writers.
Domino's Pizza is looking to fill some potholes in Rutland.
Weather forecasters predict the snowstorm expected during the weekend will be followed by a day of intense cold, but local officials aren’t expecting to need to open warming shelters.
Members of the Rutland County chapter of the NAACP have concerns about the response from Vermont Attorney General T.J. Donovan to what he called the “vicious racial harassment” of former state Rep. Kiah Morris.
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A Castleton family wants to turn the long-vacant Flory’s Plaza into an entertainment hotspot for adults, children and especially teenagers.
It turns out we at the Rutland Herald aren’t the only folks getting chased out of the Diamond Run Mall for taking pictures.
With the partial government shutdown approaching its first month, some food shelves are making efforts to help furloughed federal workers.
MONTPELIER — A tri-partisan coalition of lawmakers is asking for time and money, though they only spoke about the need for the former during a Thursday afternoon news conference that set the stage for a legislative debate over what to do about Act 46.
A bill before the Legislature would prevent employers from telling their employees who they can work for next.
BARRE — A state Department of Taxes employee has denied embezzling over $15,000 from the state.
West Rutland musician and filmmaker Duane Carleton will screen his documentary “Divided by Diversity” at Green Mountain College on Tuesday.
A bill has been introduced in the House to ban internet sales of e-cigarettes or the nicotine-containing liquid associated with what are commonly called Juuls.
A man, described in court as transient, was ordered held without bail Wednesday after being charged with two felony counts of assault.
Following the appointments of two conservative justices to the U.S. Supreme Court, Vermont legislators have proposed a bill to protect women’s rights should Roe v. Wade be overturned.
FAIR HAVEN — What happens when you take a comic version of “Romeo and Juliet,” set it in the south with a character like Bubba Bedford as Romeo in tights and a tutu, and let it go? Zaniness is what.
Judge Francis McCaffrey left his mark on Rutland’s courthouse, and his name may soon be on it as well.
Amid the longest-running government shutdown in United States history, one company will provide a bit of a cushion — or in this case, a mattress — for government workers to land on.
PITTSFORD — Some tweaks to the town’s zoning maps might help spur business and solar development along the town’s main travel corridors, planners say.
MONTPELIER — Rep. Peter Welch, D-Vt., has landed a seat on the committee that, among other things, is investigating Russia’s attempt to influence the outcome of the last presidential election.
A West Rutland man is facing criminal charges after he allegedly slapped his stepfather during an argument on Monday.
A Rutland man is in jail after allegedly threatening a woman and her boyfriend.
A Rutland man was sentenced to a year in prison on Tuesday for mugging someone who was using a drive-up automated teller machine at Citizens Bank on Merchants Row in October 2017.
FAIR HAVEN — The newly-formed Slate Valley Unified Union School District — merging the schools of Castleton, Hubbardton, Orwell, Benson, West Haven and Fair Haven — is hoping to file for bonds in May or September to update and reconfigure school infrastructure.
Business Route 4 from the Rutland Town Office to West Rutland will remain four lanes, according to the state Agency of Transportation.
A bill before the Legislature would ban freak shows.
MONTPELIER — The latest legislative attempt to raise Vermont’s smoking age from 18 to 21 has been put in writing, introduced and advocates are hoping it will finally cross the finish line.
GOSHEN — The local mosquito control district budgeted $150 for legal fees this year, but ended up spending $20,000 defending an appeal to one of its state pesticide permits.
The state says the city should stop complaining and sign away its rights at rail crossings.
Three programs, three professors, three years: Students at Stafford Technical Center are slated to complete the construction of their 15th house, which is slated to go on the market within the next six months.
BENNINGTON — After discussing the reasons he believed he couldn’t prosecute racial harassment of a former member of the Vermont House of Representatives, Vermont Attorney General T. J. Donovan announced on Monday he was creating a statewide “Bias Incident Reporting System.”
WALLINGFORD — Come March, voters will be asked if they want to spend $10,000 on a part-time, seasonal recreation director.
BENNINGTON — At an emotional press conference on Monday, Vermont Attorney General T. J. Donovan said the state would not be bringing criminal charges against those accused of directing hate speech and threatening former state representative Kiah Morris.
A Fair Haven man denied charges he set another man on fire during workplace tomfoolery.
Everyone up for re-election this year in Rutland’s city government is running again.
A Vermont publisher claims Netflix’s interactive program “Bandersnatch” has cost them $25 million.
A love triangle allegedly went very wrong in November, leading to criminal charges being filed against two local residents.
For thousands of years, industrial hemp has been farmed and used as a fibrous substitute for everything from bricks to blouses, but has suffered due to association with its close cousin, marijuana.