A popcorn stand sits in Estabrook Field in Brandon for the annual Summer Carnival days.
A golden sunset scene unfolds above the water at the Chittenden Reservoir.
BRANDON — Café Provence is up for sale, but the owners are happy to wait for the right buyer.
Children sway to the beat of Moose Jr. on Thursday morning in Rutland as they dance among bubbles made by a bubble machine. With a grant from the Vermont Arts Council, Vermont Arts Exchange partnered with Head Start for a half-hour show and the aforementioned bubbles headlined by Moose Jr. f…
A honeybee buzzes around a petal as it sips nectar from the purple loosestrife flower.
Rutland County Head Start students danced away the morning Thursday.
At Branbury State Park in Salisbury, Jeremy Brugo sits on a rock cliff, taking a break after a moderate hike.
A new summer program is training the next generation of camp counselors and community leaders.
Devon White, of Mendon, washes windows at Timco Jewelers on Center Street in Rutland City while working for Steve’s Window Cleaning of Rutland.
Vermont Youth Conservation Corps member Riv Lyons, of Deerfield, Massachusetts, drills into hemlock framing while building a new boardwalk trail in West Rutland on Tuesday afternoon. On Tuesday, a number of volunteers from the Rutland County Audubon Society came to help the VYCC members haul…
A painter paints the trim at the top of the Rutland Federal Courthouse Building on a cloud-filled Thursday afternoon in Rutland City.
Lakes Region’s Joe Valerio still knew how to find his way to the mound after only pitching to one batter against Brattleboro in the first week of the season. Once he got there, he showed he still knew his way around the mound, limiting Rutland Post 31 to two runs on three hits over the first…
Julia Quimby-Cohen, of the Chaffee Art Center, and Bob Jones, of R. Hulett Trucking, unload a delivery of benches for local artists to paint. The 40 painted benches will be part of a community art project and will be displayed around town. Ten of the benches will later be auctioned.
Wildfire smoke has traveled across the country and to the mountains. A layer of smog hangs above Mountain Green Resort in Killington.
A chipmunk forages in the woods on Tuesday afternoon at Giorgetti Park in Rutland CIty.
Robert Hinton,of West Rutland, walks his three dogs, Arabella, Chloe and Sylvia, on Marble Street on Tuesday afternoon.
Vandals struck the Rutland Country Club late Monday evening, tearing up a portion of the first hole and leaving large vehicle tracks on the manicured lawn.
High waters flow over Mead Falls in Center Rutland on Monday afternoon following the heavy rain over the weekend.
Ron Wood mows the lawn while volunteering on Monday afternoon at the Proctor Youth League Complex.
Amtrak is back on track around Vermont.
At the Chittenden Reservoir, Spencer Brubaker takes a photo of two squawking geese as he sits on a rock with his friend, Austin Steiner.
Moody clouds fill the sky above the intersection of Center Street and Merchants Row in Downtown Rutland.
Ashley Fitzgerald remembers her mother skipping meals so her children could eat. That’s not something she wants her own child to remember when he’s older, and so she hopes the expansion of the child tax credit will give her some help.
A Rutland woman will be seen on an A&E show scheduled to air Tuesday and viewers who check it out should expect to see a Riot.
Anthony and Michelle Martinez of Brooklyn, New York, pick strawberries and blueberries on Thursday afternoon at Breezy Hill Berry Farm in Castleton with their sons Ant, 5, and Gee, 4, during a Vermont visit. The North Road farm is open daily 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. and has strawberries and black ra…
FAIR HAVEN — The Stewart’s Shops on Capitol Hill wants to expand, a project that involves removing the adjacent “Red House” and absorbing another empty lot.
Baird Morgan, the founder of Village Farm in Pittsford uses a brushcutter to mow down a stubborn patch of weeds on Tuesday afternoon. The Pittsford Village Farm is hosting a Tunesday concert series this summer on Tuesday evenings from 6-8:30. They have also expanded their community garden pr…
For one day, a long-gone Bennington motorcycle shop will be reborn in Rutland.
A Rutland Town 7-year-old has a safe new deck so he can easily reach his backyard thanks to the help of Make-A-Wish and local contracting companies that came together to provide it without charge for his family.
Baird Morgan, the founder of Village Farm in Pittsford, uses a brushcutter to mow down a stubborn patch of weeds Tuesday afternoon in preparation for an evening concert featuring musician Phil Henry. The Pittsford Village Farm is hosting a concert series this summer on Tuesday evenings from …
CASTLETON — A member of the American Legion post in Castleton is the fourth woman to be elected department commander for the state of Vermont.
The Red Cross called and Rutland answered.
A flock of three geese cause a slight disruption of traffic on Killington Road as they cross the street and head into the pond.
At the Chittenden Reservoir, a reflection is cast on the water as boaters are seen paddling over to the boat launch area.
In Rutland Town, April Sweet takes a break to improve her mind reading the Rutland Herald amid seasonable weather.
In Rutland Town, Brady Geisler, Brady Kenosh, Jack Coughlin and Matthew Goulette work together to hoist lumber onto the frame of a construction project.
A layer of fog settles among the hills of Rutland Town as the sun dips below the horizon.
New lease on life
PROCTOR — The Proctor Skate Rink is ready to roll this summer.
FAIR HAVEN — Dozens of teenagers from New York to California, to Panama will learn about agriculture Vermont-style during the next few weeks.
While many towns forewent their usual Memorial Day activities this year, Independence Day is on.
Rutland City Public Schools is making sure no child goes hungry this summer.
Parking lot gets a rebuild
The Boys & Girls Club of Rutland County wants to take area kids on an adventure this summer.
Ezekiel Winborn rakes up after weeding a garden bed on Thursday afternoon after work on Stage Road in Benson.
A pink pond lily blooms in the shallows of Huff Pond in Sudbury on Thursday afternoon.
After a recent storm, a bright rainbow arcs over summer fields in Rutland Town.