Gregory Zullo poses for a photograph outside his home in Rutland on Friday afternoon.
From left to right, Kamryn Eatherton, TJ Wierzbicki, Tonya Durant and Linda Otto pose for a photo Wednesday.
Jenna Elliott, 22, of Rutland, firefighter with Rutland City Fire Department, poses with Engine 1 at the station in Rutland on Friday morning.
Mount St. Joseph graduates from the class of 2019 listen to Victoria Ann Tracy’s valedictory address during their graduation ceremony at St. Peter Church in Rutland on Friday night.
The Proctor Town Office is shown on Wednesday.
Conner Goodrich, left, and Mason Galiano, Currier Memorial School kindergartners, walk together around the wildlife pond at Smokey House Center in Danby Tuesday afternoon.
Cal Josselyn Sr. and Jr.
Alyssa Chisamore, second-grader at Northeast Primary School, poses next to a large version of her Google Doodle after winning the state award for best doodle at an award ceremony last week.
Summer Stoutes, 2nd grade teacher at Northeast Primary School in Rutland, congratulates her student Alyssa Chisamore, right, for winning the statewide Google Doodle Competition during an award ceremony at the school last Thursday afternoon.
The city has ordered the killing of a pit bull after it bit a man on Meadow Street.
At home in the trees
George Lengol, right, marches in the Color Guard for VFW #648 during the annual Memorial Day Ceremony at West Street Cemetery in Rutland Monday morning.
The Color Guard for VFW #648 carries the POW flag during the annual Memorial Day Ceremony at West Street Cemetery in Rutland.
Coolers and shelves are stocked with food and drink at M. White’s Fuel Stop in Danby.
New United States citizens say the Pledge of Allegiance at Rutland Town School following their naturalization ceremony Thursday afternoon.
A sign indicates where the Goat Farm Trail intersects with the Bald Peak Trail. Hikers can now ascend to Bald Peak by the trailhead at Barnard Road or Goat Farm Road.
Lt. Reg Trayah, of the Vermont State Police.
Beaver Dam Beginnings
Betsy Hassan, senior director for nursing, quality, training and education for Rutland Regional Medical Center, displays on Friday at the Rutland hospital a poster that will be featured at the Rutland Community Nursing Symposium at the Killington Grand on Wednesday.
Liz Patnode, owner of True Yoga, poses at the check-in desk at her new business location in Rutland on Friday afternoon.
True North Yoga check in area.
Seen here is a rendering of the future Thomas W. Huebner Medical Office Building.
Gov. Phil Scott, left, uses an excavator during a ground- breaking ceremony for the Thomas W. Huebner Medical Office Building Monday at Rutland Regional Medical Center in Rutland. After getting acquainted, Scott showed Dr. Melbourne Boynton, right, how to dig a hole, which he promptly did fo…
A pair of rubber ducks sit in a puddle outside a Rutland home during Monday's rainfall.
A pair of lineman from Green Mountain Power work to set a power pole on the banks of the White River in Stockbridge between Route 100 and Blackmer Boulevard Monday afternoon.
A motorcycle frame sits mounted to a rock overlooking a flooded cornfield in Rochester Monday.
Traffic resumes with two lanes on Route 7 which was closed from 6:45 a.m. to shortly after 10 a.m. Monday morning following flooding. At 11 a.m., the entrance to Post Road from Route 7 was still impassable.
Cars drive through high water near the Price Chopper on Business Route 4 in West Rutland on Monday.
John Cummings of the Vermont Agency of Transportation works to clear the area of a drain at the intersection of Route 7 and Post Road in Rutland Town on Monday.
A new American family
Art Show Opening
The crowd files through the busy business fair Tuesday night at the Holiday Inn in Rutland.
Kids for kids
Photographer and documentarian Adeline Praud, of Nantes, France, is back in town in anticipation of beginning her artist-in-residency at 77 Arts on Grove Street later this year. She’s here putting together research for a feature documentary she plans about Rutland’s challenges with modern ur…
Harry Rehm’s family hopes to finally bring him home.
Visit bit.ly/0323StreetTalk to watch this week's Street Talk vido.
The Batman mural is painted on the side of the Gryphon building in downtown Rutland.
Dozens of pink T-shirts were worn by attendees supporting Harper Rose Briar’s parents, Marissa Colburn and Blake Briar, not pictured, at Rutland criminal court Monday. Stacey L. Vaillancourt, not pictured, 53, of Rutland, was arraigned after being charged with manslaughter and cruelty to a c…
Shawn LaPlant, of Rutland, appears in Rutland criminal court Friday afternoon to be charged with second-degree murder in connection with the death of Alicia Harrington.
Mask on, Mask Off
An abstract view of the Rutland skyline looking to the east greets visitors to the parking deck in Rutland City on Tuesday afternoon. At left is the spire of Grace Congregational Church and at right is First Baptist Church.
Follow the Leader
Chris Stanton holds Fair Haven’s new Pet Mayor, Lincoln, as she is sworn in by Town Clerk Suzanne DeChame, right, during a quick ceremony during a Select Board meeting Tuesday evening. Lincoln’s goat friend, Lucy, is at left.
Snowy scooter ride
Kent Pond Crossing
Wallingford Select Board member Nelson Tift tallies votes during a recount at the Wallingford Town Hall on Monday.