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To Dennis Jensen: I often read your column in the Rutland Herald. Your Feb. 10 piece was surprisingly intense, but I agree with you totally.... [Read More]
Here's the thing: Fluoridation is not Rutland's biggest problem, but it is Rutland's most cheaply and easily solved problem. Economic development, the tax burden, education,... [Read More]
 Perhaps you read this week that Donald Trump has replaced James Buchanan as the worst president in the history of the United States. This was... [Read More]
There's a good chance MSJ and West Rutland will meet once again at Barre Auditorium but both teams hope to be playing with a... [Read More]
Fair Haven ended the regular season playing strong defense on its way to a 44-24 win over Otter Valley on Thursday in a Marble Valley... [Read More]
Christopher A. Sharrow, accused of killing his girlfriend in 2013, listens during his plea hearing Thursday in Rutland criminal court. (Robert Layman / Staff Photo)... [Read More]
Chase Berry, of Rutland, prepares to knock down the final pin while bowling Thursday at Vermont Sport & Fitness in Rutland. The facility participated in... [Read More]
Six-year-old Claire Jones (blue skirt) does Zumba dancing with other kids on the tennis courts at Vermont Sport & Fitness in Rutland on Thursday. VSFR... [Read More]
DANBY — It will likely be Monday before the boil-water order for customers of the Danby-Mount Tabor water system can be lifted. Ellen Parr Doering, deputy... [Read More]
The Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department will host five public hearings in March and May to hear from hunters, landowners and other stakeholders about deer... [Read More]
The newly established Windsor Central Modified Unified Union School District has finalized a proposed 2018-19 budget of $17.95 million. The budget projects $17,455 spending per... [Read More]
Residents will see a small decrease in their municipal budget, but an increase to the tax rate of about 4 cents in their school tax... [Read More]
Voters won't have to choose between competing candidates when they go to the polls for Town Meeting Day, but they have plenty of other decisions... [Read More]
Pete Gile, executive director of the MINT, works on making a agricultural bed lifter in the metal shop at Rutland's makerspace. Gile also runs Two... [Read More]
A man riding a motor scooter was injured Wednesday in a collision with a car on Route 7, police said. Gary Hasert, 68, of Pittsford,... [Read More]
Jocelyne Lamoureux-Davidson skated slowly back and forth toward the net, showing forehand, then leaning quickly to the left to fake a... [Read More]
If we were to count the students who have attended schools that have had an active shooter, we would find a huge number of young... [Read More]
Reference The Washington Post Feb. 19 article: "For the weary White House, Florida shooting offered a 'reprieve' from scandals." "For everyone, it was a distraction... [Read More]
 Cameron Kasky, a 17-year-old at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School who survived last week's mass shooting, wrote a beautiful essay for that declared: "At... [Read More]
This weekend several family activities are packed into the final Saturday of Winterfest 2018, including a large assortment of art by local artists, a fun... [Read More]
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