• September 20, 2017

    ‘You felt like a Texan’

    By Patrick McArdle Correspondent A helping hand was extended to the Lone Star State by six members of the Rutland City Fire Department, who traveled t...
  • September 13, 2017

    The Next Chapter: New challenges await r...

    By Janelle Faignant We had only emailed twice, and already I had two things in common with Rabbi Doug Weber. Neither of us is on Facebook, and we both...
  • September 6, 2017

    Painting the town … young: The thi...

    By Rob Mitchell Co-editor Downtown Rutland will get an influx of youth on Saturday, as the third annual Young Professionals Summit of Vermont comes to...
  • August 30, 2017

    Returning to the street that’s a neigh...

    By Gordon Dritschilo Staff Writer Edgerton Street’s eldest residents sat in the shade reminiscing as its youngest residents played volleyball with a...
  • August 23, 2017

    Book-centric: Randal Smathers brings a l...

    By Courtney Widli Correspondent It was a combined passion for books, reading and the Rutland community that led Randal Smathers to a career in library...

‘You felt like a Texan’

By Patrick McArdle Correspondent A helping hand was extended to the Lone Star State by six members of the Rutland City Fire Department, who traveled to Texas to join colleagues…

+FIVE: September 21-27, 2017

BARN ROCK Tradewinds 2.0September 214 p.m.The Sparkle Barn1509 Route 7 SouthWallingfordArtist Peter Huntoon and his four-piece band perform. 446-8044, thesparklebarnshop.com. MIGHTIER THAN THE SWORD Cartoonist Jeff DanzigerSeptember 221:30-3 p.m. Godnick…

Arts Preview: September 21-27, 2017

RUTLANDGreen writersAt 6:30 p.m. Thursday, September 28 at 6:30 p.m., Phoenix Books Rutland will host Nadine Budbill, Peter Gould, Nancy Hayes Kilgore and Tim Weed for an evening in celebration…

Money shot: ‘The Deuce’ is a gritty look into the past

By Jim Sabataso Correspondent When David Simon creates a new TV show, people — especially critics — pay attention. The writer, producer and former journalist has a history of creating…

Sinfonia Concertante: Student and teacher share Mozart’s love duet

Jim Lowe THE LOWE DOWN The great American violinist Pamela Frank was 18 when she played the Sinfonia Concertante, Mozart’s concerto for violin, viola and orchestra, for the first time….

End of the road: Celebrate your achievement at the Green Street Challenge

Jaya Davis 100 MILES IN 100 DAYS Let’s celebrate the 100th mile together. The 100 miles in 100 days walking challenge will be coming to a close on Saturday, September…

They throw the book at Trump

By Susan Smallheer Correspondent The 95,369 Vermonters who voted for President Donald Trump probably shouldn’t read “The Full Vermonty: Vermont in the Age of Trump.” But for the 63 percent…

CU class faces a life-changing trip

By Gordon Dritschilo Correspondent CASTLETON — A Castleton University class will take a group of nursing students to Honduras next year. The university has founded its own chapter of Global…

Young Pros Summit growing

By Briana Bocelli Correspondent Organizers for this year’s Young Professionals Summit of Vermont said they were encouraged by last week’s turnout, and said the organization is heading in the right…

Drink to Health

By Lindsay Courcelle A HEALTHY DOSE Advice on navigating health through natural means like alternative and complementary medicine, herbs, diet, and exercise. By now, it is common knowledge that soda…