Visiting artist Jackie Lore, of Middlebury, talks about 77Art’s collaborative project with Rutland’s Roots the restaurant for which 10 artists from Sept. 22 to Oct. 17 will join diners to paint murals at the restaurant as a spectator event. From 5:30 to 8:30 each night there will be two arti…
Garry DuFour didn't want an ambulance on July 28.
Aaron Bilodeau, of Goldfinch Hemp Co. harvests industrial hemp on Friday afternoon in Whiting.
Sugar maple trees turn a fiery hue as foliage season starts to coat the hills with color on Friday afternoon along Cider Mill Road in Middlebury.
Fair Haven Fire Department members, from left, Christopher Leipfert, former Chief Don Howard and Junior Firefighter Eli Charlton wash down the Fair Haven fire engine Thursday afternoon in preparation for the funeral of Whitehall firefighter James Brooks Jr. today. Brooks passed away after su…
A bicycle sits with a basket filled with fresh flowers on a seasonable Thursday afternoon along Granville Street in Poultney.
Brittany Caine and Steve Fontaine view the falls Wednesday at Thundering Brook in Killington.
From left, Khloe Wilder and Kate Moore, of Fair Haven, enjoy fall weather at the Hathaway Farm Corn Maze.
Jonathan Charles picking apples at his families orchard, Mendon Mountain Orchard, on Wednesday. The farm has been in the family for almost 30 years.
The latest piece in the Rutland Sculpture Trail, a marble image of Paul Harris, who founded Rotary International, will be unveiled in downtown Rutland on Oct. 6.
Purple asters bloom along Beaver Pond Road in Proctor on Tuesday afternoon.
Alderwoman Sharon Davis mows her lawn Tuesday evening in Rutland City.
Emma Weatherhogg and Elena Gleed working the table distributing food at the annual Harvest Fest on Sunday at the Vermont Farmers Food Center in Rutland.
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A Swainson’s thrush rests on a downed log along Goshen Dam Road in Goshen on Friday afternoon.
A ceremonial first Vermont Rail passenger train rolls through downtown Middlebury on Friday morning to celebrate the end of a 10-week shutdown of Main Street and Merchants Row to complete the railroad tunnel through town. The work has been instrumental in making the western part of the state…
A double-crested cormorant wades in the Lake Champlain shallows on Thursday morning in West Addison. These prolific and controversial birds are considered by many fishermen to be a “nuisance” species, consuming up to a pound of small fish per day.
Crossing Guard Vicki Shaddock guides a group of Fair Haven Grade School students cross at the corner of Washington Street and Park Place on Thursday afternoon. Shaddock is starting her 20th year as a crossing guard this year.
MONTPELIER — Backed by $7 million in federal funds, Vermont will begin paying farmers to reduce the amount of phosphorus they release into the watershed.
A bass angler fishes just off the fishing pier by the Champlain Memorial Lighthouse on southern Lake Champlain near the Champlain Bridge on Wednesday afternoon.
Corn is turned into silage on Wednesday afternoon along Frosty Lane in Bridport.
Little Billy’s Pumpkin Patch greets visitors to Middlebury along Route 30 on the Cornwall/Middlebury town line at Border Acres Farm on Tuesday afternoon.
Dr. Anthony Fauci said Vermonters should keep doing what they’ve been doing.
The falls on the Neshobe River in Brandon is a cool oasis on Friday afternoon.
WALLINGFORD — The leader of the Rutland County chapter of NAACP is leaving her home following months of racially motivated harassment targeting her and her young family members.
A grasshopper rests on a cattail at the Richville Wildlife Management Area in Shoreham on Thursday afternoon.
Shannon Bryant remodels her childhood home at Lake Hortonia on Thursday afternoon in Sudbury. Bryant moved back to Vermont a year ago and is planning to have the house closed in before winter hits.
Ken Ruest, of Poultney, shows off an old 1850s-era doctor's buggy he has for sale at his home along Route 140 by the East Poultney Cemetery on Monday morning. Ruest has several antique buggies and carts for sale in his dooryard.
Kevin Joyal, of West Haven, bass fishes along the western shore of Lake Bomoseen in Castleton on Wednesday afternoon.
A hen mallard takes off from Jones Mill Pond in Brandon on Tuesday afternoon.
WEYBRIDGE — Vermont’s solar farm developers are becoming more enamored with having sites double as habitat for bees and other pollinators.
The first day of school under new pandemic protocols kicked off Tuesday largely without a hitch, according to area superintendents and administrators.
POULTNEY — Green Mountain College may have a new owner, but the future of the school remains unclear.
MORRISVILLE — A doctor and nurse practitioner are in good condition Friday afternoon at the University of Vermont Medical Center following an airplane crash Thursday at the Morrisville-Stowe State Airport.
RANDOLPH CENTER — “Show, don’t tell,” is an old rule that applies to writing, but as 14-year-old farmer John Lincoln demonstrates on his YouTube channel, it works for farming as well.
Spider follows up a night of rain with a very productive morning of spinning a web on an idle lawn mower on Field Days Road in New Haven.
A flock of wild turkeys makes their way across a hayfield along Route 30 in Whiting on a rainy Wednesday morning.
Tom Young, of Vermont Agency of Transportation, checks off a list of school districts that have picked up their boxes of personal protective equipment Tuesday afternoon at the Mendon state garage.
NORTHFIELD — A crumbling dam on Bull Run is being removed, which will reconnect 26 miles of fish habitat.
Green Mountain Boys statue on Main Street in Rutland is surrounded by a garden full bloom curated by the Rutland Garden Club.
After a volatile summer, Vermont dairy farmers are looking for some stability in milk prices, however, some in the industry doubt they’ll rise much higher than they were in July.
An eastern view of Clarendon Gorge from the Bob Brugmann swinging bridge.
Burdocks flank the pathway from the Vermont Farmers Food Center to Baxter Street on Friday.
Rutland City Public Schools is ready to soak up the sun.
Black-eyed Susans reach for the sun along the shore of Burr Pond in Sudbury on a recent afternoon.
It feels a little early to ask people if they are running for mayor.
A Great Spangled Fritillary Butterfly lands on a purple clover flower on Thursday afternoon along Route 73 in Brandon.
Purpletop Vervain blooms after a Monday afternoon rain shower at Wood's Market Garden in Brandon.
CASTLETON — Classes at Castleton University may be remote this semester, but some students are back on campus.