• 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...

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, they start them young. From 11 a.m. to noon…

+FIVE: July 12-17, 2018

Pickin’, Grinnin’ & RVin’ Basin Bluegrass FestivalJuly 12 -15Wyman’s fieldsBasin Rd., BrandonClassic country music Thursday evening, bluegrass Fri. – Sun. Craft and food vendors. 247-3275, www.basinbluegrassfestival.com. The Jets “West Side…

READER BULLETINS: July 12-17, 2018

To list your event in the Reader Bulletins email editor@rutlandreader.comREVOLUTIONARY WAR BOARD GAMES AFTERNOONLike board games? Like to strategize? Like and know your history? Come to the Mount Independence State…

Arts Preview: July 12-18, 2018

MANCHESTERTaconic finaleAt 7:30 p.m. Saturday, July 14, at the Riley Center for the Arts at Burr and Burton, Taconic Music’s fourth and final concert of its 2018 festival series brings…

‘West Side Story’: Tackling the greatness of Bernstein-Sondheim-Robbins-Laurents

By JIM LOWE The Lowe Down For his swan song as one of Weston Playhouse’s three co-artistic directors of 30 years, Tim Fort is directing “West Side Story.” The iconic…

Uncivil discourse: Michelle Wolf comes out swinging with ‘The Break’

By Jim Sabataso Correspondent Michelle Wolf is having a good summer. The comedian and former writer for “Late Night with Seth Meyers” and “The Daily Show” has quickly emerged as…

New leader hopeful for future

By Patrick McArdle Staff Writer Jennifer Scott, the new president of College of St. Joseph, is optimistic about the small, independent college’s future, despite the difficulties reported earlier this year….

Public defender’soffice names Davis

By Patrick McArdle Staff Writer Attorney Chris Davis, Rutland’s newest public defender, started his law career with the goal of practicing environmental law, but said he loves what he’s doing…

Circus Smirkus coming to region July 12-13

By Patrick McArdle Staff Writer MANCHESTER — It’s news as American and exciting as Fourth of July fireworks: The circus is coming to town. Circus Smirkus will perform four times…

7 ducklings rescued in city

Staff Report A week after city workers rescued 14 ducklings from a storm drain on Kendall Avenue, seven more ducklings got stuck in a drain on Stratton Road last week….