• July 11, 2018

    Sprouts Club helps kids find roots

    By Kate Barcellos Staff Writer PITTSFORD — The Pittsford Village Farm isn’t just growing vegetables: It’s growing gardeners. And in Pittsford, t...
  • July 4, 2018

    An evening with the Hill Climbers

    Photos by Rober Layman More than 50 young mountain bikers amassed at the trailhead for Pine Hill Park in Rutland on Monday night. Divvying up into sma...
  • June 27, 2018

    Boy, 11, asks public for some space

    By KATE BARCELLOS Staff Writer CASTLETON — It was Father’s Day, and the Carlson-Pontos decided to have a barbecue. Karleen, her husband Arnie, and...
  • June 20, 2018

    Proctor graduation: ‘I can’t wait to...

    B y Tom Haley Staff Writer PROCTOR — The Proctor community has been a soccer hotbed, so it was not surprising that the six students in the class of ...
  • June 20, 2018

    OV graduation: ‘We won’t back down...

    By Patrick McArdle Staff Writer BRANDON — The 75 members of Otter Valley Union High School’s Class of 2018 got a bleak warning from their valedict...

+FIVE: July 19-25, 2018

Beginning UkuleleJuly 19, 5 – 6 p.m.Stone Valley Arts at Fox Hill, 145 E. Main St.,PoultneyLinda MacFarlane will teach a 3-session program with easy chords and fun summer songs for…

READER BULLETINS: July 19-25, 2018

To list your event in the Reader Bulletins email editor@rutlandreader.comTrip to the Birds of Vermont MuseumCarpool to the Birds of Vermont Museum in Huntington. Meet at the Home Depot in…

A reading vacation

Janet Clapp BOOKS CHECKED OUT Vacation, whether it’s a tour of Europe, a sojourn to the seaside, or a trip to the mountains, is a time away from the everyday…

ARTS PREVIEW: July 19-25, 2018

MARLBOROMarlboro MusicFor decades, musicians and audiences have been trying to determine what makes the concerts at Vermont’s Marlboro Music Festival so special. A look at Marlboro Music’s second weekend of…

Power Man: ‘Luke Cage’ delivers a strong sophomore season

By Jim Sabataso Sweet Christmas! Now, that’s how you make a season of television. When “Luke Cage” premiered on Netflix in 2016, it was a distinctly different thing. It was…

‘The magnificence of humankind’: Bronze sculptures of Ed Smith

By VICTORIA CRAIN Arts Correspondent Just now, and until Aug. 5, there is an opportunity to see and consider some very fine art. Specifically, the small gallery at The Carving…

New super wants city to be No. 1

By PATRICK McARDLE Staff Writer Two things are obvious very quickly about Adam Taylor, the new superintendent for the Rutland City Public Schools. First, he is very enthusiastic about his…

Home giveaway narrowed to 10 finalists

By PATRICK McARDLE Staff Writer From more than 160 applicants in Green Mountain Power’s Innovation Home Contest, 10 finalists from across the country have been selected, and a final decision…

CSJ expands major offerings

By PATRICK McARDLE Staff Writer College of St. Joseph has added two new majors to its health science division. Pre-med and pre-athletic training concentrations will be available as of this…

Parent Birds of a Feather

By Joanna Tebbs Young Circles of community There are often blue jays in our back yard, darting from branch to branch, swooping here and there, the flash of their bright…