Mary Cohen, the local chamber’s executive director, said the purpose of the marketing campaign is “to change the narrative.”
News Release — Phoenix Books Oct. 18, 2017 Contact: Kristen Eaton Phoenix Books 802.872.7111 (p) 802.872.7112 (f) [email protected] www.phoenixbooks.biz Rutland, Vermont – October 18, 2017: On Thursday, November 9th at 6:30pm, Phoenix Books Rutland will host Stephen P. Kiernan for a talk on his new novel, The Baker’s Secret. From the critically acclaimed author of […]
Christopher Sullivan has filed a civil court action in addition to his appeal already pending before the Vermont Supreme Court. He was convicted of drunken driving in a hit-and-run.
Superintendent Mary Moran, who has been with the district since 1996, will work through the school year.
The reduction follows a call by President Trump to cut the number of refugees admitted into the country to less than half allowed under President Obama.
The Department of Health is seeking the removal of demolition debris it says contains asbestos. The owner has already been ordered to pay up to $1.8 million for a cleanup at another site.
News Release — Department of Environmental Conservation October 11, 2017 Media Contact: Kari Dolan, Clean Water Initiative Program (802) 490-6113 | [email protected] MONTPELIER, VT — The Department of Environmental Conservation’s Clean Water Initiative Program announces over $1.6 million in Ecosystem Restoration Grants for projects to improve water quality across Vermont. DEC is awarding more than […]
In fiscal year 2017, the organization reported providing emergency shelter to 433 women, men and children, resulting in 13,141 “bed-nights,” the most in the organization’s history.
News Release — Carl Tone Films Oct. 2, 2017 Contact: DuaneCarleton Carl Tone Films Phone(802)438-2956 [email protected] Film exploring racism in Vermont offers one-time opportunity for public Rutland, VT, October 2, 2017: On Saturday October 21st, 2017 “Divided by Diversity” will show at theUnitarian Universalist Church in Rutland, VT at 7:00 p.m. The film will be […]
An attorney with the Vermont League of Cities and Towns told members to “be cautious” if they’re not sure whether the state’s open meeting law applies.
Anthony Bridger saw 16 burglary-related charges thrown out by the state Supreme Court, only to have the prosecutors replace them with the 33 charges he first faced in 2009.
Joseph Lorman, of Rutland, currently serves as the southwest regional staff attorney for the Vermont Office of Child Support
John Canney III, 63, was sentenced to seven months in jail and ordered to pay a $15,000 fine and serve one year of supervised release for tax evasion.
Police have still not said how 32-year-old Sara Reynolds was shot.