Rutland City firefighter Kyle Robillard takes his beagle, Maple, out for a walk on his skateboard Monday afternoon on Lincoln Avenue in Rutland.
BENNINGTON — Kathy Carrier didn’t want to be mourned, she wanted to be celebrated.
CASTLETON — The Castleton Recreation Commission’s sailing camp is once again ready to take to the water.
FAIR HAVEN — Fair Haven Union High School seniors closed out graduation season in Rutland County with an outdoor ceremony Friday evening.
The Class of 2021 bade farewell to the Rutland High School community during a sunny late-afternoon ceremony Thursday on Alumni Field.
A rally at Vermont State Fairgrounds on Wednesday night addressed the issue of “critical race theory.”
A damselfly rests on the hood of a car on Tuesday afternoon at Beaver Pond in Proctor.
WALLINGFORD — As a kid, Tyler Shelvey spent as much time as he could at Giorgetti Park, mainly on his skateboard.
The number of people seeing their doctor online through the Rutland hospital jumped nearly 15 fold during the pandemic. While the increase in telehealth visits was born out of necessity, many want to see it become a regular fixture of the health care system, but making that a reality will ta…
Jessica Stickney, of Florence, enjoys fishing on Otter Creek in Pittsford on Tuesday afternoon.
A longtime program to encourage people to be active, ’100 Miles in 100 Days Challenge,‘ has set a record for participation already and doesn’t even begin until Friday, according to Arwen Turner, executive director of Come Alive Outside.
Mount St. Joseph Academy said farewell to its senior class with an in-person graduation ceremony Friday evening.
POULTNEY — After getting through their senior year amid a global pandemic, a little bit of rain wasn’t going to daunt the spirits of the Poultney High School class of 2021.
Zachary Brush, of Rutland Town, tops off a fabric pot with garden soil as he prepares to repot his summer crops into larger containers.
West Rutland sent off 24 students and two teachers Friday.
Sailors tack across Lake Bomoseen in Castleton on a bluebird Thursday afternoon as they use the wind to propel them gently across the lake.
A collaboration between Stafford Technical Center and Rutland Pharmacy has resulted in the creation of three anti-drug video public service announcements to be aired by WCAX and PEG-TV.
Emelia McCalla and Cindy Merrow, of Stafford Technical Center, even out vinyl wrap on a new local food truck, Fiona’s Sweets & Tweets.
Chris Majka, of Rutland, takes a free throw at the Northwood Park basketball court in Rutland Town.
Sea of green
Bailey Aines leads the lineup of graduating seniors Monday evening at Mill River Union High School in North Clarendon.
Randy Dewey, of Proctor, right, looks after his grandchildren Logan, 11, and Molly Abbott, 8, of Monkton, as they get a little kayaking in on Tuesday afternoon, at Beaver Pond in Proctor before the afternoon rain sets in.
What Rutland City Schools new Ravens’ mascot will look like hasn’t been decided yet. Two possibilities adorned T-shirts and banners at a gathering at Center Street Marketplace Park on Monday evening, where supporters of the new mascot celebrated the change and sought to engage the community …
Ferns blanket the banks of Otter Creek by Cooley Bridge in Pittsford on Thursday afternoon.
Ten years ago this week, Rebecca Buonadonna was one of the few people interested in opening a new store in downtown Rutland.
Seniors at Stafford Technical Center closed the book on a school year unlike any other Friday morning.
From left, Lucas, 13, and Gavin Hughes, 11, of Rutland, show off a couple of 18-inch rainbow trout they caught while fishing with their grandfather Brian McKearin, of West Rutland, on Thursday afternoon on East Creek in Rutland City.
To celebrate equality and Pride month, workers from Awesome Graphics hang a large banner from the roof of Rutland Regional Medical Center.
The Chaffee Art Center was buzzing with activity Wednesday night as it played host to the opening of the Stafford Technical Center Digital Arts Program’s spring exhibition.
The steeple of Christ the King Church peeks above the lush, green foliage in Rutland City.
Larry McFarland plants flowers in a mulch bed outside the Rutland County Courthouse on the corner of Center and Court streets.
To celebrate equality and Pride month, employees of Awesome Graphics hang a large banner from the roof of Rutland Regional Medical Center.
Beef cattle travel along a ridgeline on the Glen-Mar Dairy Farm on Tuesday afternoon to get some shelter from an approaching rainstorm.
Route 30 closed for June
Kyle Wyman, of Castleton, checks his bee hives for queen activity on Tuesday afternoon while beekeeping on East Hubbardton Road. Wyman’s Your Last Honey Apiary is a labor of love that he shares with his father Bill and fiancee Julia Doiron.
PROCTOR — Roughly a hundred people gathered in the town park for the annual Memorial Day service Monday morning following what several people remarked was the shortest parade they had ever seen. It wasn’t a complaint so much as an observation, though — spectators said they were happy to be t…
Georgette Haviland and Ben Rosko spruce up a flower bed off West Street in Rutland.
Jim Mills, of Post 31 Color Guard in Rutland, sounds Taps on a bugle at a remembrance ceremony for deceased members of the Rutland City Police Department. For more information about Memorial Day celebrations, see page A2.
PROCTOR — An art project has turned into a potential small business venture for a pair of Proctor Junior High School students.
From right, Otter Valley students Brennen Ketcham, 14, Skylar Phillips, 14, and Otter Valley graduate Shayla Phillips, 19, watch the Otter Valley-Rutland Varsity baseball game on Thursday afternoon at Otter Valley High School in Brandon. Now that Gov. Phil Scott has lifted the mask requireme…
A red vehicle kicks up dust as it travels along Quarterline Road in North Clarendon.
Darryl Zawistowski, of Rutland, drops a line off the bank of Otter Creek.
Daulton Woodard, of Brushworks Painting in Rutland, brushes a coat of fresh paint onto a second-floor window trim.
Workers from Wilks Paving grade the road on North Street Extension in Rutland City. The entire stretch of road will be under construction as they repair the pavement.
Farmer John Oscielowski tends the hay during a stretch of perfect haying weather Tuesday afternoon at Willow Hollow Farm on Whipple Hollow Road in West Rutland.
From left, Xavier Jordan, 14, Devon Baker, 13, and Alex Seaman, 12, swim in the East Creek in Rutland City on a warm Tuesday afternoon. The boys said it was their third day of swimming already this season.