RUTLAND TOWN — After 21 years as road commissioner, Byron Hathaway is getting done in January.
Four orphaned opossums, raised for the past seven weeks by a licensed Starksboro wildlife rehabber, were released back into the wild Saturday — but not before helping provide four interesting lessons.
In Shrewsbury, a horse grazes on wild greenery.
At the Brown Covered Bridge in Shrewsbury, the Cold River flows under the bridge and downstream.
FAIR HAVEN — The new brewery on Main Street took a while to get here, but the owners say it’s a marriage of their passions and was worth the wait.
In West Rutland, Boardman Hill Road stretches toward Killington Mountain on the horizon.
As the pandemic has prompted people to choose new career paths — either by necessity or choice — Stafford Technical Center has emerged as a valuable resource for adults looking to make that pivot.
A local woman who has spent years recovering from a serious injury hopes the latest update on her personal journey to recovery will inspire area residents to donate blood at this year’s Gift of Life Marathon.
Near Skyeship lodge in Killington, repairmen work on the footbridge that crosses over Route 4.
They couldn’t give it away, but the First Baptist Church is now hoping to sell their building at auction.
BRANDON — A developer aims to rent apartments at the former Brandon High School by 2023, with some work on the project to begin in November.
Rutland’s newest mural went up in Center Street Marketplace Park on Monday. The photo, taken by Steve Costello during a vacation in Arizona, shows a heart shape created by lighting effects from a rock formation in Antelope Canyon near Page, Arizona. Costello has given prints of the image as …
WEST PAWLET — The most popular classroom at Mettawee Community School has no walls — or desks, or chairs or chalkboards. It’s 148 acres of woodland surrounding the K-6 school’s main campus.
Sunlight peeks through the foliage on Park Lane in Rutland Town.
Melissa Hoellerich led Mac Janney over cracked and uneven sections of the Center Street sidewalk Friday.
Spend any time at Rutland City Public Schools’ Allen Street Campus, and you’ll learn a thing or two about recycling and composting.
Sandra Stillman Gartner and Alex Nicosia will appear live onstage this week in the Vermont Actors’ Repertory Theatre production of “The Tangled Skirt” by Stephen Braustein, directed by Kristen Hixon. The show, a staged reading of a noir crime comedy, will be presented at 8 p.m. Friday and Sa…
CASTLETON — Route 4a was closed for most of the day Tuesday after a crash that knocked over a fuel truck.
A biker gets air while riding the Killington Bike Park on Saturday. The summer operating season for the Killington gondola ended Monday but the Ramshead and Snowshed lifts will operate through the end of the month.
A realistic-looking dinosaur, created by artist Kathryn Weigers, stalks above a walkway Thursday at Northeast School in Rutland.
Autumn leaves line brookside in Middlebury. A small brook is pictured with orange leaves covering the ground.
PITTSFORD — A proposal to build a single wind turbine atop Grandpa’s Knob to honor a historical figure in the wind industry was met with strong opposition by people in the community at a Select Board meeting Wednesday.
An aerial view of the Hathaway Farm Corn Maze emphasizes the annual Rutland Town attraction’s scale, intricacy and impenetrability.
Dominic Vallerand arranges decorative pumpkins at his family’s Paquet Farm in Barre Town on Wednesday. The popular farm stand is open every day and in addition to all the usual fall crops is still harvesting sweet corn which will be available at least through this weekend.
At Kent Pond in Killington, colorful trees are seen reflecting on the water.
Scott Gordon of Pine Hollow Landscaping in Rutland, rides a mower along Woodstock Avenue in Rutland.
A vehicle travels on East Mountain Road in Killington as foliage is peaking along the roadside.
Two killdeer birds perch atop a grassy hillside in Killington.
When Alison Bruce Cerutti performs the world premiere of Erik Nielsen’s “The Calling” in her solo recital, at 3 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 10, at the newly renovated Barre Opera House, her first public appearance since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, it will represent her longtime collaborati…
In Brandon, pumpkins are seen lined up atop bales of hay outside Indu gift shop.
In Killington, a lift line is surrounded with vibrant colors as foliage begins to peak in the higher elevations.
It could be time to hit the “continue” button.
In Brandon, a house sparrow perches along metal fencing.
Green and golden trees are seen lining a dirt road in Pittsford.
Joe Daniels, of Rutland Town, rises on a mechanical lift as he continues siding work on a brick building in Brandon.
Vibrant foliage colors are seen throughout the trees near Brandon Gap.
Retired work vehicles rest in peace in a salvage yard in West Rutland.
A stream is energized, carrying early autumn leaves along after a burst of rain Monday in Middletown Springs.
A tree with bright foliage is seen through the Pond Hill Rodeo sign in Castleton.
In Castleton at the Old Gates Farm, Adam Stevenson prepares to plant winter rye in the field.
A winding dirt road leads up the mountain in Castleton.
In Rutland Town, a bright orange monarch perches atop a red clover flower.
Necia Massey, from Rutland Town, shines pumpkins for an autumn display at Winslow’s Farm in Pittsford.
A cyclist rides along Creek Road in North Clarendon.
Traces of color add a note of melancholy as they mark the summer season’s final days.
A vehicle crash slowed southbound traffic on South Main Street in Rutland. Firefighters and Rutland City Police Department were on scene directing motorists.
Storm clouds gather above the TD Bank clock tower in Downtown Rutland.
In Rutland, artist Kathryn Weigers installs a large whale mural at the corner of Crescent Street and Cleveland Avenue. See the full story on page A5.
The upper portion of Center Street in Downtown Rutland is undergoing work on the roadway. Traffic was detoured out of this area while the Department of Public Works (DPW) finishes up the job.