“This piece is a life’s work,” says conductor Filippo Ciabatti. “Digging into this piece is like exploring a cathedral of musical knowledge, expressivity of emotions and technical ability to write. It’s really a masterpiece — so I feel really humbled to be able to get near a piece like this.”
The sun breaks through storm clouds after the rain on Thursday evening along Stickney Road in Whiting revealing vibrant green grass and blue skies.
Members of Studio Two, a Beatles tribute band, perform Thursday evening at the Paramount Theatre in Rutland for the Parent Child Center of Rutland County’s annual fundraiser. A joyful crowd danced to The Beatles early hits from the Pre-Sgt. Pepper era.
PITTSFIELD — While it’s awaiting a delivery of rebar, construction of the new salt shed is underway. It’s on track to be within the town’s budget and is being built by one of the few women-owned construction companies.
Monday night’s heavy rains and a clogged culvert led to a significant road washout of one section of Florence Road in Proctor. See story on page A2.
MONTPELIER — Gov. Phil Scott has announced he will run for a fourth term as governor.
The fountain in Brandon's Central Park provides a refreshing oasis on a hot day in downtown Brandon in front of the newly renovated Brandon Inn.
Dark storm clouds, warning of an impending thunderstorm, rise above Brandon’s Civil War Monument on Monday afternoon. The band of storms gave much of Vermont a dousing rain. More rain is in the forecast this week. Check out the Eye on the Sky on A2 today.
Dark storm clouds, warning of an impending thunderstorm rise above Brandon's Civil War Monument on Monday afternoon in Brandon.
Passion for the music of Johann Sebastian Bach in nearly universal among music-lovers. It was literally standing-room-only at the November 2018 Capital City Concerts all-Bach concert in 2018 at the 800-seat St. Augustine’s Catholic Church, making it likely the largest concert audience in the…
Boaters head out onto Lake Bomoseen for a day of boating on Friday morning in Castleton.
DORSET — It was in December when Danny Pinsonault went to see doctors about his memory problems.
A herd of cows make their way from a pasture to their barn Wednesday morning at Severy Farm on Route 30 in Cornwall.
Come Alive Outside wants to make Depot Park into a park again.
A Vermont Railways freight train makes its way north behind the Rutland Plaza on Monday afternoon in Rutland City as the surrounding hills spring to life in various shades of green.
Brooke Gates, of Nettle Hill Farm in Hubbardton, talks to a customer on the first day of the summer farmers’ market in Depot Park.
PITTSFORD — With $400,000 in federal funding, the Pittsford Village Farm can make serious headway on the early childhood education and care center it wants to place in the middle of town.
The Taconic Mountains Ramble Park was the vision of Carson “Kit” Davidson who passed away in 2016. The park has numerous trails for hikers of all abilities. The Japanese garden is accessed by a steep, hilly trail, but well worth the walk.
Ferns grow at the base of a mossy stone wall beside Shard Villa Road in Salisbury on Wednesday morning in a fluorescent green spring scene.
A great blue heron takes flight in the farm country along Creek Road in Salisbury on Tuesday afternoon.
A Rutland High School social studies teacher was recently awarded the opportunity to explore an often overlooked chapter in American history.
Orwell Village School students assemble maple candy care packages for children in Ukraine. See full story on A2.
Young Wesley Schwaner tried hard, but just couldn’t seem to muster the energy to stay awake during the Loyalty Day Parade. More photos from the parade appear today on A5.
When “Annapurna” opens, it could easily be a Sam Shepard Western. Emma has crossed the country to find her ex-husband and finds him living in squalor in a grungy trailer — and he’s none too happy to see her. But not all is as it seems.
Just when we thought it was warming up, the mountain tops are covered in white after a snow storm Monday evening into Tuesday. The view is off Route 4E heading southeast out of Castleton.
CASTLETON — About 150 people told the government Wednesday that they don’t want to see herbicides used in Lake Bomoseen.
The Loyalty Day Parade returns to Rutland on Sunday after a two-year hiatus.
Two of the city’s worst streets are slated for a full reconstruction this year, Public Works Commissioner James Rotondo said.
DORSET — The Long Trail School has new leadership.
Habitat for Humanity of Rutland County had a groundbreaking celebration for a new house on Hickory Street Saturday. Here, the foundation is laid for the home.
People can now buy a popular crypto currency at the same place they turn in their loose change. Coinme, a crypto currency cash exchange company, has announced that it has partnered with Coinstar to enable 23 Coinstar kiosks across Vermont to sell Bitcoin, a type of crypto currency.
Hundreds of cyclists head down Langdon Street in Montpelier on Saturday during the annual Muddy Onion gravel ride presented by Onion River Outdoors. More than 550 riders participated in this year’s event which takes participants on a hilly tour of the back roads of central Vermont.
Making Center Street one way got a lot of positive attention Monday.
Half of the buildings Rebekkah Ziel has photographed in her career are now gone. Completely disintegrated or torn down, you can see it beginning to happen in the photos, and it’s actually what made them so interesting and beautiful.
‘The Niceties” is a complex and dramatic depiction of racial and generational divides, which speaks directly to today’s polarized post-truth era. It asks who gets to tell the story of America, and how — and the answer is explosive.
WALLINGFORD — The bike jumps are back.
A Cedar waxwing perches on a branch Thursday along the Kingsbury Branch in Calais. Cedar waxwings are social birds that form large flocks and often nest in loose clusters of a dozen or so nests. During courtship, males often pass a small item like an insect, a berry or a flower petal to the female.
A pedestrian is silhouetted as they walk past the Marble Valley Transit Center on West Street in Rutland City on a sunny Wednesday afternoon.
Corey Mack, of Londonderry, picks up a bag lunch Wednesday outside the State House in Montpelier. Vermonters calling for Universal School Meals for the state’s students joined with Hunger Free Vermont, supporters and community partners for a Lunch on the Lawn to encourage lawmakers to push S…
Matthew Hall of the Rutland City Department of Public Works flushes the hydrant at the Rutland City/Rutland Town line in front of Evergreen Cemetery on Tuesday
Fresh snow clings to trees on Tuesday morning in Warren after heavy wet snow fell overnight.
As part of a Proctor High School senior class fundraiser, the Easter Bunny (Maggie McKearin) stopped by to greet some young people.
Initially started by Woodstock native Zach Niles and Haitian musicians Steeve Valcourt and Jonas Attis during the aftermath of the devastating 2010 earthquake that decimated Haiti, lauded Haitian roots group Lakou Mizik performs multiple shows in Vermont on a long-awaited tour that finds the…
Workers attend to a roof on Howe Street, behind the Rutland Amtrak Station in Rutland City on Friday afternoon.
Artist Jason Bemis, of Rutland, does some touchup work Friday morning on a Tree of Life mural that he created in the window of Triumph Studio on Merchants Row in Rutland City. The studio specializes in barre, Pilates and yoga classes.
HYDE PARK — Vermont State Police say a man stabbed and killed a transgender woman in Morristown.
A black-and-white cat posts up along a stone wall along Holden Avenue in Proctor on Wednesday morning.
U.S. Postal Carrier Tierrah Richardson delivers the mail on a rainy Wednesday morning on LIbrary Avenue in Rutland City.
The IBOTS are ready for battle.