The demonstration was part of a nationwide movement aimed at diverting big banks away from fossil fuels and toward an improved climate.
Author: Dominic Minadeo
Rutland School Board candidates excited to focus on issues other than mascots
Five people, including two incumbents, are running for four seats on Rutland’s Board of School Commissioners this Town Meeting Day.
Vermont’s Butterfly Bakery spices up new season of hit show ‘Hot Ones’
The Barre-based bakery designed the second-to-hottest sauce for the popular YouTube celebrity interview show, and offers insight into the recent fascination with hot sauce.
Almost $8 million in bonds are on the March ballot in Rutland City
Voters will consider three bonds, which officials say will finance a significant investment in city infrastructure.
A ‘Vermont perfect storm’: Statewide data shows record spike in housing prices
New data reveals Vermont’s median home price in 2022 jumped by 15%. Real estate agents blame low interest rates and the pandemic for the increase in demand.
Rutland Town looks to hotels to support stretched police force
The town is asking hotel owners involved in state housing programs to cover expenses for providing police services near their hotels.
Vermont announces end to pandemic program that provided extra food stamp money
The extra benefits will cease in March, and the food stamps program will revert to pre-pandemic functioning.
As baby goats died in Charlotte, residents seeking help hit roadblocks
The state veterinarian said the case “highlighted the deficiencies in the process that currently exists.”
Court sides with town of Marshfield in dispute over a political activism camp
The town told the court it filed suit because the camp had failed to obtain a permit. The camp’s founder argued he doesn’t need one, but the court found otherwise.
Rutland man pleads not guilty to murder charge in weekend stabbing
On Monday, Brandon McRae, 36, pleaded not guilty to second-degree murder in the stabbing death of Trevor Vandenburg, 32, of Rutland.