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.
A new pilot program at Stafford Technical Center aims to give engineering students a leg up as they pursue their careers.
FAIR HAVEN — After a nearly three-year search, First Congregational Church of Fair Haven has found its new pastor. Bishop James L. Mills Sr. accepted the position of pastor last month. Mills replaces the Rev. Chris Heintz, who served in an interim position after longtime pastor, the Rev. Mar…
Initially there were five to 10 Paul Simons. Producers cast Andrew Wade as Art Garfunkel and asked him to wait it out while they searched for the right Paul Simon.
McKinley Jordan wasn’t supposed to be born for another two weeks.
CLARENDON — A student artist whose exhibit on knot-tying wasn’t allowed to be shown in school ended up being offered a more prestigious venue.
After three and a half years as the town’s clerk and treasurer, Kirsten Hathaway is moving on.
WEST RUTLAND — With the new year, the fire department is getting a new Chief Skaza.
It was a quiet year for the New Year’s Eve Celebration at the Rutland Free Library.
Officials at the College of St. Joseph are hoping to find the next steps for the institution that will keep it alive and the campus active, after economic forces caused the college to close as a degree-granting institution in 2019.
Green Mountain College had a 185-year run.
BRANDON — This year saw the final phase of the Segment Six project being wrapped up.
Ground was broken in April on the campus of Rutland Regional Medical Center for a new building, the Thomas W. Huebner Medical Office Building.
PITTSFORD — Many were relieved to hear a local landmark was under new ownership, its previous managers having put it up for sale over the winter.
In the crowded courtroom of the Rutland Civil Court last Thursday, Judge William “Bill” Cohen was sworn in by Gov. Phil Scott to become the most recent addition to the Vermont Supreme Court.
A first-grader who has struggled with illness all his life got a holiday surprise at Rutland Northeast Primary School recently: Because of the Make-A-Wish Foundation of Vermont, he’s going to Disney World.
The line didn’t just run down the block, it wrapped around corner after New York City corner, with no end in sight. In May 2011, Luke Cresswell stood on a sidewalk outside their destination — the New York City theater where open auditions for “Stomp” were about to be held. The endless line o…
The largest network of providers of primary care, pediatric medical care and dental services in Rutland County has a new leader, who joined the organization last month.
For some, no holiday present could be sweeter than time with a beloved animal companion, but that love and loyalty may not be enough to keep a pet fed.
Organizers of the Gift-of-Life Marathon are giving credit to this year’s ambassador, Stefanie Schaffer, for helping the blood drive meet and exceed its goal.
It’s no surprise that a place that trains cheerleaders to win state and local championships would spring back from a setback.
Saturday, Dec. 14, was Wreaths Across America day. Veterans across the country were honored with a wreath. Hillside Cemetery in Castleton was part of that tribute for the first time. Over a 100 people, young and old, came out to remember the fallen, honor their memory and teach children the …
Students at Rutland High School are hoping to remove the stigma of suffering from mental illness, using a recent visit from from some prominent members of the legal community as a kickoff event.
The Sample News Group announced this week it has named two Vermont newspaper executives to oversee the Rutland Herald and The Times Argus.
Eight couples have agreed to test their knowledge of each other.
“Cinematic guitar poetry.” That’s the phrase inspired by Hiroya Tsukamoto’s unique folk-blend style of music, and his upcoming acoustic concert promises a journey to a far-off place without ever having to leave the room.
The wreath with red lights hung above the firetruck bay doors at the Rutland City Firehouse may look decorative, and will continue to unless the little red bulbs start being replaced by white ones.
About 40 students from Rutland-area schools spent last Thursday morning shopping at Walmart with the help of members of the Rutland City Police Department and other officials including Rutland City Mayor David Allaire.
Santa arrived just as his sleigh was being loaded.
The website tells you in its name to “GoFundMe” and according to the site’s annual report, released this week, Vermont has been listening.
If you’re out shopping for a Christmas tree near Post Road and also need help drafting your letter to Santa, Nikya the Elf has you covered.
The Christmas season officially began Monday as Rutland’s Secret Santa announced his annual gift-giving.
Gov. Phil Scott opened his remarks at Stafford Technical Center by mentioning that he was in the technical program at Spaulding High School.
Judge William Cohen is going to Montpelier.
U.S. skier Mikaela Shiffrin grabbed the 62nd World Cup win of her career during slalom competition in Killington on Sunday.
Spider-Man, Batman, the Avengers, Jedi knights, Tinkerbell and even a real-life hero helped a toy collection effort live up to its new name last week.
Gov. Scott said the $65,000 raised by Wheels for Warmth this year was “humbling.”
Last week, Rutland honored a man famous for establishing a group that relies on anonymity.
The Rutland County Parent-Child Center came home arlier this month.
CASTLETON — Nancy Trudo has a lot of wreaths to lay and could use some help.
TINMOUTH — The 50th anniversary of what may be the state’s biggest and longest running wild game supper happened Saturday, just shy of a week before Thanksgiving.
Rutland’s newest recreation center is already jumping.
At the end of December, after 84 years, there will be no more Mitchells at the Rutland Herald.
In celebration of Small Business Saturday on Nov. 30, more than 30 downtown businesses and organizations will kick off the holiday season at the annual Downtown Rutland Holiday Stroll.
Mad River Valley-born singer-songwriter Grace Potter is back in a big way with a stellar new album. “Daylight,” released last month, is quite possibly her best set yet, a triumphant return to form that taps into her earliest musical roots as a prodigious young artist in Waitsfield.
The 25th anniversary of the Rutland Stuff-A-Bus was an opportunity for some of the people who started the food drive to gather, reminisce, and talk about what it really means.
What does it mean to try to recapture that which is gone? That is but one question Whitney Ramage tackles in Disembodied, her new exhibition currently at 77Art in downtown Rutland.
CLARENDON — Working together, state agencies are using aerial drones and other devices to learn more about PFAS contamination under the local airport.