WEST RUTLAND — The small white building nestled on the corner of Elm and Main Streets in West Rutland could be mistaken for a residence if not for the “OPEN” flag flapping in the winter wind.
Rutland High School students are taking virtual learning to the next level.
On a brisk afternoon, Lexi Hedding and her dog Thea enjoy the fresh air while walking along Center Street in Rutland.
Noah Beauchain from Awesome Graphics takes measurements for a sign in front of Downtown Rutland Partnership in Rutland City.
A small red squirrel stops atop a fence in West Rutland to nibble on seeds found at a nearby feeder.
Outdoors brought in
Robert Grupe, of Clarendon, washes his truck on a sunny Thursday afternoon at The Village Car Wash on Ripley Road in Rutland City.
ORWELL — Classrooms can be bustling and, occasionally, frenetic spaces under even the best conditions. Add in anxieties brought about by the coronavirus pandemic and they become even more stressful.
A black-capped chickadee nibbles on some food from a birdfeeder near the West Rutland Boardwalk Marsh.
Mendon resident Amy Merrill casts her ballot into a voting machine at the Mendon Town Garage on Tuesday afternoon. Mendon moved its voting to the spacious town garage from Town Hall last year on account of social-distancing concerns. Election officials Jesse Bridge and Ann Singiser were chec…
Blue skies and sun rays brighten a chilly day on the slopes as a ski lift heads up the mountain.
A dirt road off Route 30 near Brandon provides inspiration as the sun sets on the horizon in the distance.
Rutland Free Library Director Randal Smathers is showing people around what is likely to be the new library.
BensonVoters in Benson approved a general fund budget of $399,075, of which $252,611 will be raised by taxes.
Ian Veilleux, left, campaigns for Matt Merritt for alderman, while Matt Reveal campaigns for himself on Tuesday afternoon at the Christ the King School polling site Tuesday afternoon in Rutland City.
Craig Hahn campaigns for Charlene Seward, Tricia O’Connor and Stephanie Stoodley for Rutland City School Board at the Christ the King School polling site Tuesday afternoon Rutland.
Tiffini Patterson votes Tuesday afternoon at Christ the King School’s polling site Tuesday afternoon in Rutland City along with her 7-year-old son Lincoln.
Joe Bonasera is reflected in a mirror at the Godnick Center polling place while he fills out his ballot on Tuesday afternoon in Rutland City for Town Meeting Day.
Left to right, Rutland City Alderman and mayoral candidate Chris Ettori, School Board candidate Marisa Kiefaber, Alderman Michael Talbott, and aldermanic candidate Thomas Franco campaign together Monday afternoon at Main Street Park in Rutland.
A chairlift carries skiers and snowboarders up the snowy slope at Killington Mountain
Kimberley Rupe has lived in Rutland County for the entirety of her life. A Poultney native, Rupe now serves as the president of the Rutland Young Professionals as well as the communications and community engagement director at the Chamber and Economic Development of the Rutland Region. Rupe …
Rutland Regional Medical Center Float Pool RNs Yulia Smith, right, and Keri Bullock prepare COVID-19 vaccinations for use Thursday afternoon at the Holiday Inn conference center in Rutland. RRMC held COVID-19 Vaccination Clinics there this week, administering hundreds of doses daily.
From right, Reece Benoit, 9, skates by as Rylee Hall, 9, takes Lyrik Kane, 8, by the hand and gives her some ice skating pointers Thursday afternoon on the skating rink at Neshobe Golf Club in Brandon.
The morning sun illuminates Wallingford’s White Rocks along the horizon as morning travelers make their way through Rutland City.
Dan Steel is pictured shredding his board down a metal rail at the Dark Park. The hike park and mini-ramp setup is open to the public and can be found outside Darkside Snowboards in Killington.
A small village of ice shanties has popped up on the northern end of Lake Bomoseen in Castleton on Tuesday afternoon.
A wild turkey steps gingerly through the newly fallen snow on Tuesday morning in New Haven along Field Days Road.
BURLINGTON — Friday’s UVM Lane Series concert, titled “Mary Bonhag & Friends: Out of Darkness/Into the Light,” proved a rich and rewarding showcase of some of northern Vermont’s finest musicians.
Chase Marcotte, of Shrewsbury, holds a blue first-place ribbon along with a trophy that was won at the second annual Vermont Snowmobile Festival in Rutland.
Three Mallard ducks swim in a small pond along Route 140 Road in Tinmouth
The Downtown Rutland Partnership has teamed up with local retailers along Center Street in Rutland City to celebrate Rutland Winter Fest 2021 with the Downtown Story Walk. Starting at Phoenix Books, children can follow the pages of Liza Woodruff’s “Once Upon a Winter Day” in the windows of p…
A cross country skier who wished to remain nameless walks down Grove Street in Rutland City with his skis in tow, after taking a tour of the golf course at Rutland Country Club on Thursday afternoon.
Cross country skiers chat for a minute while on a tour of the links of Proctor-Pittsford Country Club on Thursday afternoon.
A bald eagle surveys its hunting grounds from a dead tree along Otter Creek in Weybridge on Thursday
Two skiers are pictured hauling their skinning gear through the entryway at Pico Mountain as they get ready for the trek up the slope. Skinning and backcountry touring have attracted many skiers and riders as it allows easy access to the mountains without the power of lifts.
An American flag hangs upon a red barn at Raiche Farm in Danby.
Mountain ranges over Danby and Mount Tabor are pictured as the sunlight rises over the valley and the snowy fields.
Ice shanties dot the surface of Lake Dunmore in Leicester on a gray, overcast Tuesday afternoon.
Roger Gordon clears snowfall from his driveway along Town Farm Road in the Forest Dale area of Brandon on Tuesday afternoon.
The United Way of Rutland County has found its new executive director, who will be taking the reins in March.
Two videos produced by Stafford Technical Center students took top honors in a statewide contest showcasing how Vermont businesses have adapted during the coronavirus pandemic.
Snowmobile sales and trail use across Vermont are strong despite both the pandemic and minimal snowfall in December.
Vehicles are pictured driving along Route 7 in Rutland City on a Friday morning.
Members of Project VISION said farewell to their second leader on Thursday as Cmdr. Matthew Prouty announced plans to retire from the Rutland City Police Department at the beginning of April.
Sen. Joshua Terenzini, R-Rutland, speaks at a press conference outside the Rutland City Police Department on Thursday. Terenzini spoke in support of S.76, a bill he sponsored that would expand funding for school resource officers (SROs) in Vermont schools. The bill was drafted in response to…
The spire of Grace Congregational Church pierces the Rutland skyline as the setting sun turns the sky a purplish hue on Thursday afternoon in Rutland City.
A Vermont Railway worker is seen blowing snow off the train tracks at an intersection in Rutland City.
A quiet farm scene is seen along Clarendon Road in North Clarendon.
Commuters travel north along Route 7 in Rutland Town. Early morning light is seen peeking over the mountains and valleys.
A silo and red barn sit atop a hillside along Elm Street in Pittsford. Light snow is seen covering the ground and rooftop.