• November 15, 2017

    Donovan, RHS class keep it civil

    By Patrick McArdle A group of Rutland High School freshmen got a practical lesson last week in the importance of civility and good communication durin...
  • November 8, 2017

    New sculpture now an open ‘Book’

    By Patrick McArdle In contradiction of the old saying, something is now written in stone, with the unveiling of “The Jungle Book” in downtown Rutl...
  • November 1, 2017

    58th Annual Rutland Halloween Parade res...

    Rob Mitchell Co-editor On a warm, clear night in Downtown Rutland, the 58th Halloween Parade route was packed with spectators, and the floats and perf...
  • October 24, 2017

    Family tree: Orchard owners’ roots get...

    By Julia Purdy Correspondent MENDON — The Mendon Mountain Orchards family is going on four generations this year with the arrival of Amelia Charles....
  • October 18, 2017

    Haunted House Promises Local Thrills

    This year’s Pittsford Fire Department Haunted House will run nightly October 20-21 and October 27-28 from 6-9 p.m. Admission is $10 for adults and $...

Donovan, RHS class keep it civil

By Patrick McArdle A group of Rutland High School freshmen got a practical lesson last week in the importance of civility and good communication during a visit by Attorney General…

+FIVE: November 16-22, 2017

FALL FASHION Rutland Young ProfessionalsNov. 176 p.m.Southside Steakhouse170 South Main St.RutlandJoin the Rutland Young Professionals for a fall fashion show-themed November Mix. For more information, visit www.rutlandyoungprofessionals.org. THIS BOWL FROM…

READER BULLETINS: November 16-22, 2017

To list your event in the Reader Bulletins email editor@rutlandreader.comANNUAL “MESSIAH” PERFORMANCES AT GRACE CHURCHSunday, December 3, Grace Congregational Church will present the annual performances of Handel’s “Messiah.” The Rutland…

ARTS PREVIEW: November 16-22, 2017

BRANDONSinger- songwriter Chelsea BerryChelsea Berry is a singer-songwriter with the edge, power and finesse of legends. Her presence has been described by listeners as “compelling… she draws the entire house…

Thumbs up for the Upside Down: ‘Stranger Things’ cracks the sequel formula

By Jim Sabataso Correspondent In season two, “Stranger Things” demonstrates just how well it understands the milieu in which it lives. The popular Netflix series, about a gang of kids…

Vermont loses one of its favorites

Jim Lowe THE LOWE DOWN On Tuesday, Vermont lost one of its most beloved musicians and friends. Robert DeCormier (1922-2017) was known to the rest of the world as one…

Furniture as art? It’s at the Feick

By Briana Bocelli Correspondent The Feick Art Center at Green Mountain College in Poultney is hosting a monthlong exhibit on handcrafted furniture that runs through Dec. 9. The exhibit, which…

Vt. students are senators for a day

Staff report More than 100 students from four Vermont high schools — Twinfield, West Rutland, Poultney and Woodstock — got to experience the roles of U.S. senators for a day…

Methodist Church is on the move

By Jim Sabataso Correspondent When the Rutland United Methodist Church opens its doors at 60 Strongs Ave. in January, it will be the latest chapter in a long story of…

Turkey trauma: Keeping pets safe on feast day

Dr. Anna Dunton-Gallagher OFF THE LEASH Thanksgiving is coming! We know this because there are now Christmas decorations in the stores; the typical harbinger of the next holiday. I typically…