Category Archives: Front page

Haunted House Promises Local Thrills

This year’s Pittsford Fire Department Haunted House will run nightly October 20-21 and October 27-28 from 6-9 p.m. Admission is $10 for adults and $5 for children 12 and under.

Women’s shelter begins NewStory

By Patrick McArdle Correspondent Rutland County Women’s Network & Shelter is telling a new story with the organization’s updated name, unveiled at an event last week at College of St….

You should be dancing (with the stars)

By Patrick McArdle Correspondent Fans can root for their favorites at the Dancing with the Rutland Stars event but organizers want everyone to know: It’s not a competition. Steve Costello,…

Rutland farm continues to a-maze

By PATRICK McARDLE Correspondent Changes to the annual corn maze at Hathaway Farm in Rutland Town are not unusual, but this year’s theme is a little more personal to the…

‘You felt like a Texan’

By Patrick McArdle Correspondent A helping hand was extended to the Lone Star State by six members of the Rutland City Fire Department, who traveled to Texas to join colleagues…

The Next Chapter: New challenges await retiring Rabbi Doug Weber and the Rutland Jewish Center

By Janelle Faignant We had only emailed twice, and already I had two things in common with Rabbi Doug Weber. Neither of us is on Facebook, and we both speak…

Painting the town … young: The third annual Young Professionals Summit of Vermont comes to Rutland

By Rob Mitchell Co-editor Downtown Rutland will get an influx of youth on Saturday, as the third annual Young Professionals Summit of Vermont comes to the Paramount Theatre. Millenials from…

Returning to the street that’s a neighborhood: Edgerton

By Gordon Dritschilo Staff Writer Edgerton Street’s eldest residents sat in the shade reminiscing as its youngest residents played volleyball with a net erected across the street. More than 100…

Book-centric: Randal Smathers brings a love of books and community

By Courtney Widli Correspondent It was a combined passion for books, reading and the Rutland community that led Randal Smathers to a career in library and information services. Recently named…

National magazine honors RRMC

By Patrick McArdle Correspondent Rutland Regional Medical Center was the only Vermont hospital named last week by U.S. News and World Report as a “Best Regional Hospital.” Rutland Regional was…