Category Archives: Featured Stories

READER BULLETINS: June 22-28, 2017

To list your event in the Reader Bulletins email editor@rutlandreader.comFIND WALDO IN RUTLANDWhere’s Waldo? In Rutland, of course. The famous children’s book character in the striped shirt and black-rimmed specs is…

Arts Preview: June 22-28, 2017

Arts PreviewMIDDLEBURYPops and fireworksAvoid the crowds and the traffic, find easy parking and enjoy music and fireworks honoring Independence Day – all on the spacious, manicured grounds of the Middlebury…

+FIVE: June 22-28, 2017

GO PRORutland Young Professional June MixJune 226 p.m.Energy Innovation Center66 Merchants RowRutlandMeet and network with young pros from the Rutland region and learn about eHome education on the rooftop (weather…

Heard a good book lately?

Janet Clapp BOOKS CHECKED OUT Who doesn’t enjoy listening to a story? Many of us were read to as children, and as parents, we pass on that pleasure. Not only…

Home run: ‘Brockmire’ finds humor in specificity

By Jim Sabataso Correspondent When you’re a cord-cutter like me who depends on streaming services and borrowed passwords to stay current with television, some shows inevitably slip past you. Some…

PEG-TV promotes two Castleton graduates

By Patrick McArdle Correspondent Two local residents have found success at PEG-TV. The cable access channel recently announced Amber Dumas Patch was promoted to marketing and communications coordinator and recent…

‘Be kinder than necessary’: Rutland High School graduates also advised: Keep your heads up

By Patrick McArdle Correspondent The 213 graduating members of the Rutland High School class of 2017 got a lesson Thursday in how to succeed from someone who has been there….

Use questions to find the way, solve problems

By Patrick McArdle Correspondent The 30 graduating seniors of Poultney High School heard about the importance of asking questions. Commencement speaker Janet Chandler, a global studies teacher who has been…

Will the Vermont Arts Council become relevant?

By Jim Lowe The Lowe Down My first Lowe Down column, in the May 7, 2014, Times Argus and Rutland Herald, suggested that the Vermont Arts Council had become largely…

READER BULLETINS: June 15-21, 2017

To list your event in the Reader Bulletins email editor@rutlandreader.comCOLLEGE OF ST. JOSEPH HOSTS SUMMER ATHLETIC CAMPSCollege of St. Joseph is offering summer sports camps for young athletes throughout July.These six-day…