“I am really passionate about canoeing and the concept of additive manufacturing,” says Matt Lutz, of East Calais, an architect and professor of architecture at Norwich University. “I wanted to prepare myself for teaching my architecture students what are emerging technologies and the canoe …
As the coronavirus pandemic rumbles into its third week, it appears that no business, not even Vermont’s quintessential maple industry, can hide from COVID-19. The annual Maple Open House Weekend, where sugarhouses throughout the state are open to the public, and the Lunenberg Maple Festival…
WALLINGFORD — Daniel Betts likes an adventure.
A Rutland-based nonprofit that helps people internationally to get clean water and proper sanitation has tapped Jennifer Scott, the former president of College of St. Joseph, as its new executive director.
WEST HAVEN — If you want to get something done in West Haven, you should probably talk to Lee Ellis.
With all the work to market Rutland as a recreation destination, you might think there should be an outdoor-gear shop downtown.
Tesla has applied to put six charging stations at the Stewart’s Shop on Woodstock Avenue.
BARRE — The Proctor boys basketball team stood at the top of the mountain for the 18th time and for the fourth time in the last six years with Saturday’s 65-50 victory over Twin Valley in the Division IV championship boys basketball game at Barre Auditorium.
New York City artist Emily Bicht dissected the issue of the "American Dream" in her current body of work: the idea of a home as a reflection of the tension between reality and expectations.
Climate change, ticks, expanding hunting opportunities and living with bears are the new themes of the Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department’s proposed 10-year Big Game Plan.
BARRE — Fair Haven boys basketball coach Bob Prenevost scanned the sidelines and glistening hardwood floor of Barre Auditorium for the Division II state championship and found family in his every glance.
Peter Giancola made everyone and everything around him better, friends said last Friday.
Dick Courcelle is ready to graduate.
The journey of Klami and Holmes’ new musical theater parody “Trumpilton” has been a whirlwind, which recently took them all the way to a New York City Off-Broadway theater.
The good news is, Nick Monaco’s insurance is covering 80% of his impending double-lung transplant.
RUTLAND — Students at Rutland Middle School capped off Black History Month Friday afternoon with a celebration of music, poetry and activism.
The board of trustees of College of St. Joseph have deeded land and buildings of its campus to Heritage Family Credit Union. In addition, one of the organizers of a proposed innovation center, which would have returned the campus to active use, is now saying the project is unlikely to move forward.
RUTLAND — The IBOTS have the droids you’re looking for.
Tusk: The Ultimate Fleetwood Mac Tribute is known for its uncanny resemblance and note for note rendition of Fleetwood Mac’s best music.
Snow Sculpture Contest Results
FAIR HAVEN — It didn’t take long for Fair Haven Union High School to find its new principal.
Rutland County’s longtime sheriff, Stephen Benard, is stepping down next month, two years before his current term expires in 2022.
PROCTOR — The Proctor Skating Rink is the most beautiful outdoor rink between Montreal and Connecticut, at least according to a young pop-rock band from Brooklyn.
The Rutland City Public Schools District has a new superintendent.
With a new manager and several new staff members, the local solid waste district is hoping to embrace change.
Come July 1, food scraps will no longer be allowed in the trash, meaning Vermonters will have to find some way of managing that waste. One of the easiest ways to keep food scraps out of the trash is to compost it.
Some believe that attending a Project VISION meeting is a moving experience. Now, the Project VISION meeting experience is about to have a moving experience of its own.
After nine years, Richard Gauthier, executive director of the Criminal Justice Training Council, which runs the Vermont Police Academy, is stepping down when the current training class graduates.
During the late 1980s and 1990s, Richard Marx’ music told a story. His string of hits went from the romance of “Endless Summer Nights” to the heartbreak of “Should’ve Known Better,” and post break-up regret in “Right Here Waiting.”
Think of it as “The Logger: Unplugged.” The Tiny Town Hall Tour is a more up close and personal take on the show audiences have come to know and love from Vermont actor and comedian Rusty DeWees’ “The Logger.”
Rutland High School students got some real talk about the dangers of vaping last week.
SHREWSBURY — Shrewsbury Mountain School is putting local food on the menu — and into the classroom.
The Recreation and Parks Department has new offices, but might only be there for a couple months.
On a frozen winter morning, the sound of my feet crunching along in squeaky snow is an almost daily occurrence as I trek my food scraps, carefully collected during meal prep the day before, out to my backyard compost bin. I emptied the bin in the fall onto a garden bed, and now the bin is fi…
KILLINGTON — Born blind and with a taste for adrenaline, it was only a matter of time before Sara Mornis discovered skiing.
One of the great things about film festivals is that you have a chance to see great movies that didn’t make it to your local movie theater.
CASTLETON — Carley Patch doesn’t miss a beat.
Last Monday, the Rutland Community Cupboard fed 99 people.
It’s been about four months since Dave Tibbs, known popularly as DJ “Uncle Dave,” went public with his plan to start a new radio station after Dec. 1 and return to his position as an on-air personality, but it wasn’t until two weeks ago that the station went live.
POULTNEY — After a relatively quiet winter, members of Poultney’s United Baptist Church are ready to get back to work.
Pat Casey, who retired last week after 10 years with the U.S. District Court of Vermont’s Rutland office, has a history of service to country in her family, and two of her most prominent roles were among the most American at the courthouse.
Stefanie Schaffer is ready to start the next chapter in her story.
One of the great things about Vermont is, it’s the type of place where if you have an idea, and you’re willing to work hard, you just might pull it off.
Prevention is an important topic as lifespans are getting longer and statistically, quality of life is decreasing all over the globe. Health and wellness in the media can be challenging to navigate, and depending on the source, information can be completely incorrect. It can be easy to want …
CASTLETON — Frigid temperatures and the threat of snowy weather seemed to cause a low turnout for the fourth annual Women’s March Vermont on Saturday afternoon.
The Greater Rutland County Supervisory Union is going to take its time selecting its next superintendent.
Madalynn Marshall wouldn’t be graduating if it weren’t for Rutland High School’s alternative education program.
CASTLETON — Marlboro College students wishing to remain in Vermont following the school’s planned closing this spring now have an option in Rutland County: Castleton University.
Rutland’s restaurant scene just got a little spicier.
After seven years, the leaders of Project VISION said at their Thursday meeting they are planning to update their vision, objectives and goals, as they expand from a focus on the Northwest neighborhood to the whole city.