The Rutland Herald will move out of its Wales St. building to the 40,000-square-foot facility.
News release — Rutland Regional Chamber of Commerce August 10, 2017 Contact: Penny Inglee Marketing & Project Manager Rutland Region Chamber of Commerce 50 Merchants Row, Rutland, VT 05701 Ph: 802-773-2747 ~ 800-756-8880 www.rutlandvermont.com The Rutland Region Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce the winners of the Best Taste Awards, Best Display Award and […]
Demonstrators denounced white nationalist rhetoric and violence.
News Release — Rutland Economic Development Corp. August 9, 2017 Contact: Lyle Jepson 802-770-7061 Rutland, Vt. – Rutland Economic Development Corporation (REDC) Over 100 people gathered at the Rutland Free Library for the Rutland stop of the annual Road Pitch on August 1, 2017. The Rutland stop was hosted by Rutland Economic Development Corporation (REDC). […]
News Release — The Carving Studio and Sculpture Center Aug. 10, 2017 Contact: [email protected] www.carvingstudio.org 802.438.2097 WEST RUTLAND, VT- A (1/3 scale) model of ‘Stone Legacy,’ the first in a series of planned marble sculptures that will grace downtown Rutland, was unveiled for the public today as carvers officially began work on the tribute to […]
News Release — Rutland Area NAACP Aug. 14, 2017 Contact: Tabitha Pohl-Moore President, Rutland Area NAACP [email protected] 802-342-4755 Rutland, VT — In response to the violent display of white supremacy in Charlottesville, VA on Saturday, the Rutland Area branch of the NAACP is holding a rally at 6pm on Monday, August 14, 2017 at the […]
“I think this whole process that we’re putting in place is key to identifying the areas that we want economic development to happen and at the same time protect the neighborhoods,” said Mayor David Allaire.
Police charged Paul Rice Sr., 60, of Rutland, with calling in the threat, adding that he does not possess firearms.
“I want everyone to have that empowering experience of, ‘I made this,’ whatever ‘this’ is,” said Karen McCalla, operations committee member with The MINT “maker space.”
Holding a certificate handed to him after taking the Oath of Allegiance, one new citizen said: “It feels great to be an American, and it gives hope for a brighter future.”
The former fire chief, Michael Jones, resigned June 30. He and the city reached an agreement to end his contract four months early.
News Release — NeighborWorks of Western Vermont August 2, 2017 Contact: Shannon Kennelly Tel. (802) 797-8606 Email. [email protected] NWWVT hosts Neighborhood-Wide Yard Sale in Northwest Rutland RUTLAND, VT – NeighborWorks of Western Vermont is offering all Northwest Rutland residents a chance to turn their trash into cash with a neighborhood-wide yard sale. On Sunday, August […]
News Release — Vermont Agency of Natural Resources August 2, 2017 Media Contact: John Zaikowski 802-522-5438 [email protected] Rutland Company Fined for Hazardous Waste Management Violations Montpelier – The Agency of Natural Resources announced today that Central Vermont Motorcycles, Inc., a powersports dealer and service center in Rutland, is now required to pay a fine of […]
Christopher Sullivan, a former city attorney in Rutland, got the same sentence that a higher court had overturned. He also got stinging words from the judge.