Category Archives: Featured Stories

Residents meet to discuss farm plans

By Kate Barcellos Staff Writer PITTSFORD — Since mid-winter, the community has discussed potential site development plans for the Pittsford Village Farm, purchased and donated last year by Betsy and…

+FIVE: August 30 – September 5, 2018

ConcussionsInformation for Athletes, Parents & CoachesAugust 30, 6 p.m.CVPS/Leahy Community Education CenterRutland Regional Medical Center160 Allen St., RutlandThe latest and most up-to-date information on concussion injuries. Free, Registration is required….

READER BULLETINS: AUG. 30 – SEPT. 5, 2018

To list your event in the Reader Bulletins email editor@rutlandreader.comCONCUSSIONS: INFORMATION FOR ATHLETES, PARENTS & COACHESRutland Regional Medical Center will be holding a free community presentation on concussion injury, on…

ARTS PREVIEW: August 30 – September 5, 2018

BRANDONCradle SwitchPlaying a mix of originals and a range of songs drawing from bluegrass, country, folk and blues, the five-piece acoustic Americana group Cradle Switch perform at Brandon Music at…

The labor of Labor Day

Janet Clapp BOOKS CHECKED OUT Summer informally ends with a three-day weekend for many of us, because of the Monday Labor Day holiday in which we celebrate labor by not…

Represent: ‘Random Acts of Flyness’ is an engrossing exploration of African-American culture

By Jim Sabataso Correspondent Whenever there’s a discussion about representation of nonwhite culture in popular media, there’s inevitably someone who will make the case for the preservation of white-European culture….

City roofer still on the job at 73

By Kate Barcellos Staff Writer You’ve probably never seen him, but he’s been there: high above our line of sight, making sure we’re warm, dry and safe every day when…

Consultant helps clients grow

By Kate Barcellos Staff Writer The Green Mountain State got a little greener on July 1, and one local entrepreneur has started a consultation business teaching others how to cultivate…

Hunger Free Vermont appoints new exec. director

By Kate Barcellos Staff Writer After five months of searching, Hunger Free Vermont has a new executive director. And she’d been with them all along. “When I hear from a…

Summer fun in ski country: Base Lodge Bluegrass Festival

Janelle Faignant THE ARTS Last fall three organizations came together to brainstorm collaborative ways to bring new events to the Suicide Six Ski Area and the South Pomfret area. The…