Category Archives: Featured Stories

PEG-TV celebrates 25 years

By Patrick McArdle Staff Writer With a few small video cameras, two separate television channels, a few locations, Rutland’s local cable-access television station, PEG-TV, was created, and 25 years later,…

The Tools of the Trade

Lindsay Courcelle THE HEALTHY DOSE I have a lot of conversations about surgery. Many of my clients have had surgical procedures in the past, and I work gently on their…

+FIVE: September 6-12, 2018

Tell me about it… Catching People’s StoriesSept. 7, 1:30 p.m.Godnick Center1 Deer St., RutlandJane Beck, founder and former executive director of the Vermont Folk Life Center, will demonstrate how recorded…

READER BULLETINS: September 6-12, 2018

To list your event in the Reader Bulletins email editor@rutlandreader.comRUTLAND SOUTH ROTARY CLUB ANNUAL FUNDRAISING RAFFLEThis year’s raffle, the proceeds from which go back into the community, will be held…

ARTS PREVIEW: September 6-12, 2018

TINMOUTHGuitarist Claude BourbonThe Old Firehouse season opens with Claude Bourbon, a French-born guitarist, at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Sept. 14.Bourbon grew up in Switzerland, where he was classically trained in the…

Busy year for CCV’s city campus

By Patrick McArdle Staff Writer More than 20 students attended an orientation event for the start of the fall semester at Rutland’s Community College of Vermont campus, and a staff…

N.Y. couple wins GMP house

By Brigitta Gough Correspondent Close to 100 people gathered at 60 Cleveland Avenue in Rutland last Thursday to see a couple from New York win a home through Green Mountain…

CU celebrates Scolforo convocation

By Kate Barcellos Staff Writer CASTLETON — The winds of change could be felt throughout the Castleton University campus last Thursday evening as hundreds gathered in the Casella Theater to…

Warm welcome for new school year:

By Patrick McArdle Staff Writer On a hot Wednesday, it might seem like some ice cream served in the Rutland High School cafeteria could take away the sting of going…

Giving old homestead new life

By Gordon Dritschilo Staff Writer C.J. Abatiell didn’t just invest when he purchased the former 3D’s building on Strongs Avenue. He bought back his family’s history. “That was my grandparents’…