At the end of December, after 84 years, there will be no more Mitchells at the Rutland Herald.
MONTPELIER – Youth activists in Vermont have done something lawmakers have failed to do so far: draft comprehensive legislation to combat climate change.
Voters in Middletown Springs soundly rejected on Tuesday a proposal requesting up to $2.8 million in municipal spending for four buildings in town that need work.
A West Rutland man will receive a deferred sentence after pleading guilty Tuesday to having sexual contact with a child several years ago.
SPRINGFIELD — A corrections officer suffered minor injuries Tuesday at the Springfield jail during a fight that involved several inmates and other corrections staff.
Rutland’s newest recreation center is already jumping.
City residents continued to press the Board of Aldermen Monday about bias training.
Did you ever want to know how Peter Pan remains a boy his whole life? Or how Captain Hook loses his hand? Or why the crocodile sounds like an alarm clock? Or why Wendy’s Mom is glad her kids find Peter?
MONTPELIER — The latest round of Stay to Stay Weekends all involve ski resorts.
Voters in Middletown Springs will be asked today, Tuesday, to approve up to $2.8 million in municipal spending for four buildings in town that need work.
A number of Vermonters believe the Vermont Constitution has not gone far enough to ban slavery, so a new amendment has been proposed that will be discussed Thursday at the Courcelle Building at a meeting hosted by the Rutland Area NAACP.
TINMOUTH — The 50th anniversary of what may be the state’s biggest and longest running wild game supper is on Saturday, just shy of a week before Thanksgiving.
EAST MONTPELIER — The old Ceres statue will have a second life after sitting atop the golden dome at the State House for the past 80 years.
The Diamond Run Mall is closed but not completely empty — yet.
RUTLAND — You can get a Christmas tree for $5, provided you’re willing to cut it yourself.
The 25th anniversary of the Rutland Stuff-A-Bus was an opportunity for some of the people who started the food drive to gather, reminisce and talk about what it really means.
PITTSFORD — It wasn’t a buck, but one hunter had something interesting to show off at Keith’s Country Store on Saturday, the opening day of the rifle deer season.
In a decision released Friday, the Vermont Supreme Court ruled in favor of a man with mental health issues from Windham County who asked not to be medicated against his will. The ruling found fault with state officials from the Vermont Department of Mental Health who had obtained an order of…
A man described by the court at the beginning of the year as homeless was convicted by a jury last week in Rutland County criminal court on a felony count of first-degree aggravated domestic assault, but the jury was hung on the felony charge of sexual assault with no offense.
CLARENDON — After passing his hunter safety course in September, Mason Goad, 11, was ready for his first deer hunt at the start of the 2019 youth deer weekend.
BRANDON — The Segment Six project, a complete downtown overhaul from Route 7 itself to the pipes underground, is largely complete.
With FATHOM Water Systems not returning my calls since they announced they were going out of business and the city meeting behind closed doors about what will happen with the smart-meter system now that FATHOM won’t be running it, I decided to see what was up with FATHOM’s other clients.
City officials are poised to revisit speed limits around schools and parking on Church Street.
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A Rutland woman is facing criminal charges after police said she bruised her 9-month-old daughter.
City officials have discussed unspecified legal action connected to the changeover of the city’s water system.
Supported by a three-year grant from the Bowse Health Trust, several Southern Vermont health care organizations are working together to bring the Rutland Safe Suicide Care Project to the local community in pursuit of the goal of eliminating suicide in Rutland County.
MONTPELIER — The administration of Vermont Gov. Phil Scott has formally advised all executive branch agencies and department heads that they should never be charging for inspection of public records or assessing somebody for using a cellphone to capture the image of the document.
The next big discussion about downtown started Thursday.
MONTPELIER — A coalition of middle school, high school and college students will convene a Vermont Youth Climate Congress at the State House on Sunday, from 12:30 to 4:30 p.m.
Almost 30 people from more than 15 countries, including Russia, Mexico, Iraq, Canada and Togo, got a warm welcome on a cold day Wednesday as they became naturalized citizens during a ceremony at Christ the King School in Rutland.
The Rutland Redevelopment Authority wants to know what you'd like to see downtown.
The first piece of the 2020-21 budget emerged from committee Wednesday.
On Wednesday, a judge asked for more information about an attempted murder suspect, staying a decision on her possible release as an attempted murder charge, involving a 3-year-old, remains pending.
PROCTOR — The Sheriff’s Department has learned who owns the car found in Otter Creek last week, but much remains a mystery, including how to get the vehicle out.
PROCTOR — The prospective buyer for the 1,600-acre Chittenden Watershed will give the Select Board until Dec. 1 to make a decision about selling it, meanwhile the board wants some financial information by next week.
WARREN — Sugarbush Resort has entered into an agreement to be sold to Denver-based Alterra Mountain Co., according to an announcement Wednesday.
Suddenly, it was winter.
Tom Donahue wants to make the 25th annual Stuff-A-Bus the biggest yet.
Standup comedian Steven Wright doesn’t have to keep coming back to Vermont, he just likes the audiences.
The vendor overseeing the city’s new water system is about to go out of business.
CLARENDON — Working together, state agencies are using aerial drones and other devices to learn more about PFAS contamination under the local airport.
PROCTOR — Renovations to the increasingly popular Proctor Skating Rink Building are complete and there will be a celebration Friday to start the winter season.
A Washington Street man is facing a felony charge after police said he had broken a GPS monitor in September that he had been ordered to wear.
A local woman is wanted on a $100 warrant after police said she went to a second woman’s Royce Street home and broke her window in September while trying to get her to come outside and fight.
A Chittenden man is facing a criminal charge after police said he hurt himself while riding his motorcycle after “popping a wheelie” and then crashing his 2009 Kawasaki ZX600 on South Main Street in August.
Linda Perham reminded her fellow legionnaires why they carry on during the American Legion’s Veterans Day service Monday.
PROCTOR — For decades, anyone wanting to know something about the town’s past hasn’t had far to go.
A West Rutland family lost a large quantity of equipment over the weekend when their garden shed burned down, firefighters said Monday.
PROCTOR — Proposed changes to the Town Office renovation plans will cost much more than expected — too much, according to the Select Board.