The Rutland Herald will move out of its Wales St. building to the 40,000-square-foot facility.
The newspaper has reached an agreement to move in November into a building on Grove Street, a couple of blocks from the city’s central business district.
Mark Twain predicted his brother would not last as editor of a Rutland newspaper. He was right.
Rutland Superior Court Judge Helen Toor ruled that extracting and compiling data does not amount to the creation of a new record.
The paper is pulling its southern Vermont reporters into Rutland County, while it and its sister paper in Barre prepare to resume charging for online content.
The issue of refugee resettlement divided the small city. Meanwhile, the Rutland Herald ran into financial difficulty, and a judge weighed the constitutionality of the death penalty.
A journalist who quit his job with a New Hampshire newspaper in September will become night editor. He said his resignation came after his publisher requested he remove information from an article about the company.
The Rutland Herald is restoring two weekdays to its print publication schedule, the first of several changes under new ownership. On Saturday Editor-in Chief Rob Mitchell announced that the Herald and its sister publication the Times Argus would publish a print edition Tuesday through Saturday beginning in mid-November. The paper is currently printed Thursday through […]
The sale is to a longtime publisher from Maine and the co-founder of Upper Valley Press in New Hampshire.
With the sale of the paper said to be imminent, a security company based in Rutland has put a lien on the newspaper’s property for what it says is an overdue account.
The move comes in the middle of negotiations to sell the company.
Valerie Broughton said she was terminated after she asked about the status of her paycheck. Herald officials said clients had complained about her.
Carlene Kenney discovered that her commissions were being incorrectly calculated and that she was owed back wages.
The agreement to sell the paper came as a surprise to newsroom staff who had been told at a meeting on Monday that the paper was not for sale.