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The Fair Haven Union High School Board will hold a special meeting tonight to discuss security in the wake of the arrest of former Fair... [Read More]
KILLINGTON—When it comes to battling a childhood disease, one family can make a difference. The Pratts of Pawlet, founders of the nonprofit Donations for Diabetes,... [Read More]
I write this letter to the students of Rutland and of Vermont. As I usually do, I stood in the main entrance of Rutland High... [Read More]
 Our democracy is in serious danger. President Donald Trump is either totally compromised by the Russians or is a towering fool, or both, but either... [Read More]
Michelle Rogers of Orwell spray-paints her fire snow sculpture while her daughter Allison, 10, runs and plays in Main Street Park on Saturday. The contest... [Read More]
The Cortina Inn, long a local cultural icon on Route 4, is scheduled to close for remodeling after April 10 in preparation for reopening as... [Read More]
Unsurprisingly, no one is dominating in Rutland County boys knockoff ball. In head-to-heads among Fair Haven, MSJ, Mill River and Otter Valley, the records as... [Read More]
Another chapter in the historic Battle of Vermont rivalry was written on Saturday night, and this time the nationally ranked Norwich Cadets came back to... [Read More]
Jasmine Cook, left, holds up a 2.35 pound smallmouth bass she caught at the Bomoseen Fishing Derby, accompanied by Brianna Bakerian. Both girls are from... [Read More]
Aimee Briand's three-point afternoon propelled the third-seeded Castleton University women's ice hockey team to a 5-1 win over visiting No. 6 the University of Southern... [Read More]
Green Mountain College's 68-64 victory Saturday in North Atlantic Conference men's basketball action was a game that meant nothing. And a game that meant everything.... [Read More]
Justin and Jaxon enjoy using food coloring to make a snow sculpture at Winter Fest 2018 at Rutland's Main Street Park on Saturday. (Jamie Yager... [Read More]
A third person charged in connection with a fatal assault at a Vermont homeless encampment has been sentenced to up to 15 years in prison.... [Read More]
A federally appointed receiver says there's "plenty of interest" in a Vermont ski area rocked by investment fraud. The Caledonian-Record reports receiver Michael Goldberg said he is... [Read More]
PAUL ROGERS/THE NEW YORK TIMES A "perfect storm" threatens to derail the progress that has been made in protecting the bone health of Americans. As... [Read More]
Yestermorrow Design Build School instructor Eric Cook carries a toolbag recently out of a 196-square-foot tiny house that was constructed recently in a parking lot... [Read More]
"Poison" (Atria), by John Lescroart Thoughts of retirement for attorney Dismas Hardy have to be put on hold when a former client begs for his... [Read More]
"The Philosopher's Flight" (Simon & Schuster), by Tom Miller Rarely does a novel begin with rollicking fierceness that grabs readers from its opening lines and... [Read More]
From revolutionary days into modern times, Vermonters have championed the liberty extolled in our 1777 Constitution. Article I declared that "all men have certain natural,... [Read More]
Brooke, a second-grade student at Rutland Town Elementary School, explores Pine Hill Park with her passport. PHOTO PROVIDEDLet's face it, it can be hard to... [Read More]