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Spending a snowy morning with Rutland City DPW

The morning of a snowstorm brings the street division at the Rutland City Department of Public Works to life. Snow last week caught most of the region off guard. What…

READER BULLETINS: February 15-21, 2018

To list your event in the Reader Bulletins email editor@rutlandreader.comMUSICIANS WANTED FOR VARIETY SERIESPEG-TV is looking for traditional string musicians and singer/songwriters to audition for the chance to be showcased…

Smash and patch: A morning with the repair women

Photos and text by Robert Layman Morgan Overable’s shop classroom isn’t your typical desk-and-chair learning environment. The main room consists of a piece of plywood on top of two sawhorses…

READER BULLETINS: February 8-14, 2018

To list your event in the Reader Bulletins email editor@rutlandreader.comRACE FOR THE CURE – MANCHESTEREarly Bird online registration is open for the Susan G. Komen Vermont Race for the Cure…

Angelo Arnold’s ‘Displaced’: When chairs aren’t chairs

By Victoria Crain THE ARTS Quirky, thought-provoking sculptures recently moved into the Castleton University Bank Gallery in downtown Rutland. Looking at them, one might imagine them having struck their poses…

Kids tuned into ice fishing

By Dennis Jensen Correspondent CASTLETON — There were kids everywhere, but something was missing. Not one child could be seen with his or her face hypnotized by a cellphone. There…

READER BULLETINS: February 1-7, 2018

To list your event in the Reader Bulletins email editor@rutlandreader.comHABITAT FOR HUMANITY OF RUTLAND COUNTY SEEKS APPLICANTS FOR A NEW HOME IN RUTLANDHabitat for Humanity of Rutland County, VT (HfHRC)…

Artist Jessica Adams: Considering light … and substantial transparency

Victoria Crain THE ARTS Brooklyn artist Jessica Adams calls her show at Rutland’s Alley Gallery “A piece of string or a sunset, each acts.” So, right away, I was perplexed…

Green Mountain College’s annual MLK event

This year’s Martin Luther King Celebration event at Green Mountain College focused on the theme “Freedom from Oppression.” Dozens of people gathered on the steps of Ames Hall with homemade…

READER BULLETINS: January 25-31, 2018

To list your event in the Reader Bulletins email editor@rutlandreader.comPINK THE RINKFriday, January 26 the Castleton Women’s Ice Hockey Team and their fans will trade traditional Spartan green apparel for…