NORTH CLARENDON — Firefighters helped a dog owner rescue his animal Tuesday after it got stuck in barbed wire.
MONTPELIER — Free hunting seminars are being held across the state.
MONTPELIER — Hunters who applied for an antlerless deer permit for this year’s muzzleloader season can now see if they were awarded one by checking the Fish and Wildlife Department’s web page.
A Poultney man had his bail dropped from $100,000 to $10,000 after being arrested as a fugitive from justice for New York for felony burglary, endangering the welfare of a child and aggravated harassment, according to statements from the Granville Police Department.
BRANDON — The attorney for the town’s former director of public works, who resigned in August amid questions about a $22,000 payment made to him that the town claims was improper, says it was for back-mileage and that he’s entitled to it.
BRANDON — “The Magic Flute” is Mozart’s fairytale opera — though it has some subtly serious undertones — and fledgling Barn Opera’s production turned it into a bedtime story for children and adults. In fact, all the characters were dressed in pajamas.
WEATHERSFIELD – Police are investigating a fatal accident on Interstate 91 in Weathersfield early Sunday morning that involved a hit and run.
Earlier this year, NPR's headquarters in Washington, D.C., had some unusual visitors. Life-size puppets, including Big Bird, Bert and Ernie, Rosita, Abby Cadabby and Cookie Monster, all sat at a correspondent’s desk, “singing about a sunny day and how everything is A-OK.” The cast of Sesame …
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 …
BARRE – State fire investigators have ruled a fire Friday evening at a Derby home used as an AirBnB was an accident.
A former city attorney who spent time in jail for a fatal hit-and-run drunk driving crash is scheduled to argue before the Vermont Supreme Court on Thursday that he shouldn’t have been denied participation in a furlough program.
CLARENDON — After months of discussion, the Select Board has passed an ordinance banning recreational marijuana sales in town.
MARLBORO – After several months of fragile talks, proposed merger discussions between Marlboro College and the University of Bridgeport in Connecticut have ended, according to a news release issued Saturday.
BRATTLEBORO — Police are investigating an incident Friday evening in which a local man was struck by a train.
The two Daves believe there will be opportunties to collaborate and benefit all Rutland residents.
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…
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CASTLETON — There’s money to be made in the cannabis industry, but the disconnect between state and federal law needs fixing, according to speakers at Castleton University’s cannabis studies conference, held Friday.
John and Tracy Weatherhogg said they arrived in Vermont knowing that they would usher Grace Congregational Church through changes.
Public Works Commissioner Jeffrey Wennberg spent a good chunk of Monday’s committee meeting reminding aldermen why the city was changing to a new water metering system.
On Thursday evening, hundreds of students, teachers, parents and staff gathered in the Rutland High School lunch room to honor the school’s partnerships with other schools across the globe.
Homeowners who are customers of Green Mountain Power can apply to be part of a program that includes solar panels from Tesla, two Powerwall batteries and an option to buy an electric car, at what GMP officials say is a low and fixed cost.
The Mentor Connector brought its pitch for more adults who want to make a difference in the life of area youth to the September meeting of Project VISION, with the goal of finding enough new volunteers to serve a waitlist of 60 youths.
BENSON — After a fire completely destroyed the beloved 157-year-old Benson Village Store in April, the structure had to subsequently be torn down, but the owners of the property said they’re not sure whether they’re going to rebuild yet.
The American Legion is back in action.
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…
CASTLETON — The third statewide gathering of representatives from the Vermont State Colleges Association and Castleton University President Dr. Karen Scolforo met in the Casella Theatre to hear from staff and faculty about what should be done to secure the future of the State Colleges system.
PROCTOR — The Planning Commission wants to know where in town would be good spots for solar arrays and where they’re less desirable.
The Draughtroom and Clubhouse Grille has announced that it’s been given until the end of October to leave the Diamond Run Mall.
A new report recommends the city be choosy about what sort of housing development it allows.
Annual tradition requires the Vermont Farmer’s Food Center to bestow an honor upon a special friend of the Center at its long-awaited September Harvest Festival.
City firefighters are getting newer and better tools for tearing your car apart.
WALLINGFORD — Townsfolk are being asked their opinion on 481 acres of land near the White Rocks being acquired by the Green Mountain National Forest.
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.
A local man is facing six months of home confinement after pleading guilty Tuesday to having sexual contact with three girls, 12, 13 and 14, during three separate incidents, in 2018.
Rutland City Public Schools is welcoming back an old friend.
The regional marketing initiative is going West.
PITTSFORD — The local animal shelter wants people to think outside the barn when it comes to adopting a few good mousers.
A pregnancy clinic is suing the city for tax-exempt status.
The trail master of a local snowmobiling club has been named Vermont Snowmobiler of the Year.
WALLINGFORD — The Select Board voted Monday to hire an attorney and waive the taxes on a certain property straddling its disputed border with Tinmouth.
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.
What appears to have been a drug sale gone wrong resulted in a West Rutland woman being charged with a felony on Monday for allegedly stealing the $40 belonging to another woman she knew and sticking it down her pants.
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.
Several aldermen want to keep a much closer eye on the transition to a new water billing system.
POULTNEY — Equipment that was utilized and owned by a group of former GMC students trying to re-create a makerspace is being held at private property after the group was forced from the property by owner Len Knappmiller on Monday.
BRANDON — No one was injured in a fire Sunday that destroyed a double-wide mobile home on Wheeler Road.
KILLINGTON — Six days after the crash occurred, State Police have released information on an incident where a bicyclist was hit by a car on Killington Road.
The owners of the Diamond Run Mall said Monday that they never intended to maintain it as a mall.
Some came for the nostalgia, others came to discover new tools for studying the past.