• July 18, 2017

    A good dog: State Police lose K-9 partne...

    By Patrick McArdle Correspondent On June 23, Joseph Duca got the news every animal owner dreads: Buck, a Belgian Malinois who was only about 5, was si...
  • July 12, 2017

    Getting dirty for a cause

    By Gordon Dritschilo Pink tutus and giant grins adorned numerous women as they slid into a puddle of mud Saturday. They arrived in the puddle via an i...
  • July 5, 2017

    Interim Rutland Fire Chief William Lovet...

    By Courtney Widli Correspondent Born and raised in Rutland, it was following in his family’s footsteps that led Interim Rutland City Fire Chief Will...
  • June 28, 2017

    City resumes bench program to honor Ferr...

    By Patrick McArdle Staff Writer A new series of purple benches has been installed in the city in memory of a teenager who was killed by an impaired dr...
  • June 21, 2017

    Jimy Graham: The Siddhartha of the Blues...

    By George V. Nostrand Musician Jimy Graham’s been around the block, and around the world, playing everything from rock and blues to R & B and so...

Bill Ramage’s ‘The Self’: A conversation with art

Rutland artist Bill Ramage, over his 35-year artistic journey of self-discovery, has decided that art is omniscient.“When I make art, I am not in control,” he said. “I am at…

A taste of Stowe, from above: Beverages, balloons and Good food

By Steve Peters RUTLAND BITES Where do you like to go when your out-of-state friends visit you here in Vermont? I can think of at least a dozen possible itineraries,…

A good dog: State Police lose K-9 partner:

By Patrick McArdle Correspondent On June 23, Joseph Duca got the news every animal owner dreads: Buck, a Belgian Malinois who was only about 5, was sick and unlikely to…

Tell Me Where It Hurts: Pain in Pets

Dr. Anna Dunton-Gallagher OFF THE LEASH So, I recently wrote an article on identifying and preventing surgical pain in my patients, but did you know that most of the pain…

Hickory Street plan goes ahead:

By Patrick McArdle Correspondent The Rutland Housing Authority has started the demolition that will allow it to complete a major project that could be finished by 2018. Construction crews started…

Andrew Christie, On the search for creative energy:

Joanna Tebbs Young CIRCLES OF COMMUNITY This is the seventh in a series of everyday stories about everyday people in our community. When you talk with Rutland photographer and web…

Getting dirty for a cause

By Gordon Dritschilo Pink tutus and giant grins adorned numerous women as they slid into a puddle of mud Saturday. They arrived in the puddle via an inflatable slide, the…

+FIVE: July 13-19, 2017

EARTH MATTERSJuly 13350VT Pop-Up10 a.m. to 5 p.m.Depot ParkMerchants RowRutland350VT’s traveling exhibit about the movement for climate justice will feature info booths, art, postcard-writing, kids’ activities, and more. Free, For…

ARTS PREVIEW: July 13-19, 2017

BRANDONJohn LaRouche jazzInspired by traditional jazz, the John LaRouche Trio has added its own unique voice with Turkish influences to familiar tunes and its own compositions. The trio draws from…

READER BULLETINS: July 13-19, 2017

To list your event in the Reader Bulletins email editor@rutlandreader.comNEW HOURS AT RUTLAND FREE LIBRARYMonday – Wednesday 10 a.m. – 7 p.m., Thursday and Friday 10 a.m. – 5:30 p.m., Saturday…