Three players on the 2019 Fair haven Union High School state championship team have older sisters who were members of the 2016 Fair Haven title squad. They gathered downstairs in the Barre Auditorium after beating Lake Region in the championship game. They are, left to right, Kelsey and Katr…

Through their “All Knotted up with Love” program, Kristen Ramey, and her 5th graders from the Rutland Intermediate School recently donated 42 blankets to the Foley Cancer Center. These beautiful blankets were handmade by the students, and given to patients currently undergoing treatment. Thi…

GOSHEN — On a recent Wednesday, Kurt and Heather O’Connell, of Brandon, led their three young boys into the wilderness at the foot of Mt. Horrid on the search for a perfect Christmas tree — a family tradition that’s now in its third year.

Danielle Klebes brings her recent series of paintings “Aimless Pilgrimage” to Rutland’s 77 Gallery and it’s an invigorating view. In this series, Klebes focuses her attention on people or groups of people who are about to experience changes. Is a storm on the horizon? Will an accident happen…

While the sugar buzz from Halloween winds down, this week’s People & Places will give it just one more encore. Last Wednesday afternoon, on Halloween, the halls of Tinmouth Mountain School emptied and students paraded to the town hall, before arriving at the house of the school’s neighbo…

Hathaway Farm & Corn Maze had a “Man’s Best Friend Feature” this year. The 12-acre field of corn was cut into the shape of a large dog — and made fun for all ages. Irene Hathaway says ideas happen quickly, “And I decide,” but planning and scaling everything down can take months. Her work…

Cyclists turned out in droves for the 13th annual Kelly Brush Ride on Saturday. The annual ride, which starts and finishes in Middlebury and winds through the Champlain Valley, drew more than 900 cyclists and 25 adaptive athletes, the highest participation in the history of the ride. The eve…

Upcoming Events