The Rutland Hannaford has issued a recall for certain packages of 91% lean Angus beef.
WESTON – Weston Playhouse’s production of “Oklahoma!” sure looked different – because it was celebrating today’s America.
After a day of workshops, members of the Rutland Area Branch of the NAACP on Saturday moved toward finalizing an early list of priorities including ongoing training for area police and elected officials, education at local schools and increased political participation.
A local teenager is expected to spend 4½ years in jail after pleading guilty to charges related to allegations he sexually assaulted two young girls.
A Wallingford man agreed on Friday not to contest the forfeiture of his dog to the Rutland County Humane Society and to pay almost $500 for the dog's care.
Nora Moulton has been an honorary Cub Scout since she was 4 years old. That is because her mother, Angela Moulton, is her older brother’s troop leader, and used to bring Nora along to meetings and events.
You may just be able to fry an egg on the sidewalk this weekend, thanks to a spell of hot weather slated to hit Vermont. Experts warn the sunny days ahead may be the perfect excuse to stay inside.
Bill Brower, Clarendon
A “temporary driveway” doesn’t count as “shared infrastructure,” according to a solar developer in response to questions from a state regulator about two projects being built off Cold River Road.
MONTPELIER — The Vermont Supreme Court has sided with a media company deciding to publicly release a judge’s decision blocking the state’s request for raw footage of a police shooting.
FAIR HAVEN - A New York resident, arrested July 13, was wanted in New York on charges of rape in the second degree and endangering the welfare of a child, according to Fair Haven police.
Members of the Rutland City Police Department are investigating an alleged armed robbery that took place Monday on South Street.
A Pittsford man charged with accidentally hitting and killing his girlfriend with his truck will have the opportunity to be released on home confinement if he posts $50,000 bail, under an order issued Thursday.
Two local men are facing criminal charges for allegedly stealing the engine from a boat in the backyard of an Elm Street home.
KILLINGTON — The Killington Grand Hotel is fishing out its finest ice buckets this week as they prepare for an overflow of decadent wine and spirits this year at the 18th annual Killington Wine Festival.
FAIR HAVEN — Having just downed an ice-cream refresher after their morning workshops and exercises, students scattered to various starting lines on the Fair Haven Union High School campus for the long-awaited start of the annual Amazing Race on Thursday morning as a part of the Fair Haven Academy.
Victoria Covarrubias, of West Rutland, moved from Oxnard, California, to Rutland, bringing with her recipes for authentic Mexican food learned from her grandmother. Now she runs her own catering business, has a popular booth at the Rutland Farmers Market on Saturdays and Wednesdays, and sits…
Rep. Peter Welch, D-Vt., on Thursday explained his decision to call for President Donald Trump’s impeachment.
A box truck headed towards Rutland on North Grove Street crashed into a tree near Cedar Avenue at approximately 3 p.m. on Thursday.
As 77Art gears up for its first Infinite Lit spoken-poetry event Saturday night at the B&G Gallery, the Facebook event promises a great night for those who love “slam poetry, performance, feeling deep feelings or talking with strangers.”
Above left, Victoria Covarrubias works the Wednesday Farmers Market. At right, her husband, Gus Covarrubias, works alongside his wife at the Saturday market.
The Board of Aldermen voted Monday to open settlement negotiations in a small-claims lawsuit.
SALISBURY — Folks living around Otter Creek and Leicester River might’ve noticed a few hundred thousand more frogs out and about this season.
FAIR HAVEN — A 911 call may result in an ambulance from Middlebury arriving at your door, at least for the next month, according to town officials.
PROCTOR — The town hopes to receive just less than $15,000 to improve Proctor Skating Rink, making it safer and hopefully more temperature controlled.
An Essex woman has been charged in connection with the West Haven crash that sent her and a family of five to area hospitals.
A New York man is facing a charge that he was driving while under the influence of alcohol, which could become his ninth conviction for drunken driving, based on an alleged incident that happened in Killington more than 10 years ago.
A local man could be sentenced to up to 24 years in jail if convicted of the several drug-related charges he faced at a Monday arraignment, based on an accusation by police that he possessed marijuana, cocaine and LSD as recently as the end of May.
After posting a contentious meme Sunday on his public Facebook page, Alderman Paul Clifford issued a public apology to be published in Wednesday’s Rutland Herald.
Lakefront residents are worried that the Department of Environmental Conservation doesn’t care about what they are calling a worsening problem in Little Lake St. Catherine: a thickening forest, a carpet of weeds and a 30-foot-thick layer of muck below.
The developer behind a solar project under investigation by state regulators is asking for a new hearing officer.
College of Saint Joseph is asking for money from the Zamias Fund to help with its effort to reinvent itself.
WHITE RIVER JUNCTION — This year’s VA mental health summit will focus on veterans dealing with pain or addiction.
MARLBORO — Marlboro Music Festival opened its 69th season over the weekend with two concerts of topnotch chamber music. Unusually, the highlights of both concerts were vocal works.
A decision is pending over whether a Pittsford man, accused of hitting and killing Melanie Rooney, 31, of Proctor, on May 18, will be released to home confinement while a charge of involuntary manslaughter is pending.
WEST HAVEN — A half-dozen people were injured, including five members of a New Jersey family, after a crash on Route 22A in West Haven on Sunday, according to a release from the Vermont State Police.
City homeowners will see a slightly smaller tax bill this year.
A post on social media by an alderman has spurred backlash and discussions of white privilege and racism among some in the community.
MONTPELIER — While students enjoy the summer weather, schools are already gearing up for their return. On Monday, Gov. Phil Scott announced the allocation of $1.5 million in funding for school security measures, a drop from the $4 million given last year during the first cycle of the grants.
WEYBRIDGE — State Police are investigating a burglary reported at the Lemon Fair Insect Control District.
Those eager to start their own business can now apply for some added help from Rutland’s “makerspace.”
A legacy is made physical and a unique photo is brought to life in the designs for the next two downtown sculptures.
MANCHESTER — The keynote speaker at this year’s SolarFest is one of the contributors to the Paris Agreement.
From bright candy red to sleek, foamy green, hard tops and convertibles and beyond — the RAVE car show returned for its 40th event in Rutland this weekend, to a wave of gear heads and car buffs from across New England who gathered at the Vermont State Fair Grounds to see the hot wheels glisten.
PITTSFORD — The town has decided to create an energy plan, but won’t submit it for state approval for another eight years.
DORSET — “Dig,” a tale of an unfortunate young woman whose tragic circumstances have led her to a suicide attempt, has a nearly unique quality for a comedy — it’s riveting.