While many small businesses struggle to pull through the pandemic, a market has brought new life into the tiny town of Pawlet.
Technicians place red tags, which prohibit fuel deliveries, on heating fuel tanks that don’t comply with Vermont’s safety standards. With more than 650 red tags assigned since Aug 1, technicians are rushing to make repairs.
The county’s two Democratic state senators are running as a team this year. Do the challengers have a chance?
Without a requirement for signatures to enter the race, candidates have come out of the woodwork to represent Rutland County in the Senate.
“Finally, finally, finally, we are settled,” said Hazar Mansour, whose family recently purchased a Habitat for Humanity home in Rutland.
A bill sent to the governor establishes a panel that will propose policies for regulating the diversion of water from Vermont’s rivers and streams.
The chair of Mount Anthony Union School Board asked Ed Letourneau to step down. He said he’s still deciding.
The Vermont Principals’ Association is encouraging schools to change mascots that marginalize students or community members.
Since several members resigned in July, the Vergennes City Council has lacked a quorum. On Tuesday night, voters chose four new aldermen, and the city government is back in action.
Dry conditions have caused the fire to spread slowly, but because it’s beneath the earth’s surface, firefighters have a hard time reaching the flames to extinguish them completely.
The storied race track has been vacant in recent years after its heyday of horse and greyhound racing in the 1960s and ’70s.
Fifth grader Xander Pennington will take classes online from his kitchen table while his mom teaches in-person classes at West Rutland School.
Randy Felion, who has promoted bouts in Rutland County, helped organize an event Saturday despite a cease and desist order from the state earlier this summer.
After 11 years living in Wallingford, the president of the Rutland-area NAACP says she’s experienced so much harassment that she’s moving.