At the end of the year, a program that provided free food for Vermonters in need, Everyone Eats, was put on hold so organizers could find new funding sources.
Virtual 5K fundraiser
The Salvation Army would like Rutland to know that they are still here to help.
A Rutland City public school bus is pictured traveling west down the road in downtown Rutland.
An electrician is pictured adjusting power lines along the street in downtown Rutland.
A Holstein dairy cow stands behind a bright-yellow road sign in Wallingford.
Kyla, 8, Morgan, 6, and Jacob Krans, 8, (in the left sled) join Jeremy, 6, June, 4, and Timothy Krans as the kids form a train down the sledding hill at Neshobe Golf Club in Brandon on Monday afternoon. Alisha Krans watches out for the whole flock of children on a day off school.
A discarded restaurant booth sits alongside Campground Road in New Haven on a snowy Tuesday afternoon.
Jesse Lavoie, of Granville, takes photos of Texas Falls in Hancock on a beautifully snowy Tuesday afternoon in the Green Mountain National Forest.
Long icicles hang over a porch on Stage Road in Killington, creating a wintry scene.
The Whiting Community Church rises like a ray of light from a blue-gray sky on Monday afternoon in Whiting.
Two light Chestnut horses pictured eating hay at Mountain Top Inn and Resort in Chittenden.
Skiers carve down the slope at Pico Mountain on a sunny afternoon.
Madison Spafford, 16, of Castleton, presents a $1,000 check to Kate Stephenson, program manager for the Vermont Farm Fund — a program of the Center for an Agricultural Economy. Spafford raise the money through her nonprofit, Boots ‘N’ Bows, which sells bows for pets and livestock. Spafford’s…
Well-armed Vermont State Police personnel patrol the grounds of the State House in Montpelier on Friday. Security has been beefed up around the State House in anticipation of next week’s presidential inauguration.
This year, the Visiting Nurses Association & Hospice of the Southwest Region (VNA&H) marks 75 years of providing the care that helps residents stay out of the hospital by bringing services to the patient’s home.
ORWELL — Farming may be an old profession, but there’s plenty about it left to learn. The Northeast Dairy Business Innovation Center, one of three of its kind in the nation, began offering technical support to local farmers this year and plans to kick things up a notch in the coming weeks.
A pair of decorative Christmas Carolers greet visitors for Fair Haven’s Village Green on Thursday to bring some Christmas joy to a post-Yule world.
BROC-Community Action in Southwestern Vermont has some advice for Rutland County: Bundle up in this cold weather, and let BROC help you if you need it.
The Rutland Amtrak station is pictured with a light dusting of snow as the tracks are seen winding through the city.
A snow-covered pile of firewood ready to be split sits along the side of Carter Street in Benson on Tuesday afternoon.
The shaggy bark of a roadside shagbark hickory tree lines the side of Cutting Hill Road in Shoreham on Tuesday. The deciduous tree is common in the milder climate of the Champlain Valley.
Two beef cattle are silhouetted against the late afternoon sky along Route 22A in Benson on an overcast Tuesday afternoon.
A group of Columbia/Jacob cross lambs gather with their mothers at Cutting Hill Farm in Shoreham on Tuesday afternoon. The farm has 33 new lambs recently, as young as one day old.
Maria Leon was teaching her son Alden to ski on Monday morning in Montpelier.
A flock of mallards congregate on the icy surface of Lake Dunmore in Salisbury on Monday afternoon.
The marble-faced columns of the Marble Bridge in Proctor sit above Otter Creek in Proctor on Monday afternoon. The historic bridge was put on the National Historic Register of Historic Places in 1991, and dedicated to Fletcher Proctor, who ran the Vermont Marble Company and served as governo…
A bull peers out from its shelter at Maple Meadow Farm in Salisbury on Monday afternoon.
The Rutland Free Library has been maintaining a curbside pick-up policy for new books and old returns. Leslie Bradley is pictured as she excitedly picks-up her new books from the Librarian.
Wine on wheels
As falls Neshobe Falls
The steeple of the Salisbury Congregational Church rises among snow-covered hills as the sun sets on Salisbury village on Thursday afternoon.
Gov. Phil Scott takes his oath of office, administered by Chief Justice Paul Reiber on Thursday in a brief outdoor ceremony in front of the State House in Montpelier.
Sledding at the park
Eagles among us
A statue of St. Joseph the Provider sits with a fresh dusting of snow on Monday afternoon on the former College of St. Joseph campus in Rutland.
Skiing on the links
City officials plan to look at traffic issues outside at least two restaurants.
The holidays may be over, but Chaffee Art Center still has the spirit for a little while longer. The Chaffee Art Center is still accepting votes for its annual gingerbread house-making contest until Saturday. The gallery will be open on Thursday and Friday, noon to 4 p.m., and on Saturday fr…
PROCTOR — After a year and a half in business, the Market on West Street is up for sale, though the owners hope, ultimately, it’s not going anywhere.
A Barred Rock rooster flaps his wings and struts his stuff for members of his flock along Hortonia Road in Hubbardton on New Year's Day.
Ice Fish Boy:
Icicles form on the rocks and nearby surfaces as icy water flows over the falls in Center Rutland.
Judy Parrish and her son, Leo, 3, slide down a hillside in Calais on Friday.