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Digging deeper into the Rutland scene with Jim Sabataso.

Fundraising comes close to goal

By Gordon Dritschilo Correspondent The United Way of Rutland County’s annual fundraising campaign fell short of its goal for the first time in the organization’s more than 70-year history. Collin…

Coldwell-Banker Watson Realty Now Rotary Corporate Members

RUTLAND – Jim Watson, president of Coldwell Banker Watson Realty, was presented with his certificate of honorary membership by President Dr. Mark Price at a Rotary meeting on January 25,…

‘Big Lenny’ takes business inside for winter months

By Bruce Edward Correspondent One sure sign of spring is when you see Lenny Montuori’s hot dog cart parked at its familiar spot on Route 7 near the Post Road….

Creek Path: Ends push toward middle

By Gordon Dritschilo Correspondent The path is taking shape on the far side of the creek. Organizers gave the Board of Aldermen a presentation this week on segment five of…

Quest Frames shop set for January sale to new owner

By Gareth Henderson Correspondent After 30 years under the same ownership, Quest Frames on Woodstock Avenue is about to have somebody new at the helm. Dinah Stafford is selling the…

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Wonderfeet keeps growing

By Gordon Dritschilo Correspondent As the Wonderfeet Kids’ Museum gets more and more crowded, the rapidly growing local institution is looking to do more outside its walls. The museum just…

Groups seeking leader

By Gordon Dritschilo Correspondent Two local nonprofit organizations want to know what they haven’t heard yet from residents of the northwest neighborhood. NeighborWorks of Western Vermont and the Housing Trust…

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‘The Grinch’ slinks into town

By Dan Colton Correspondent Within half an hour on a December Sunday, more than 100 people came through the doors at Phoenix Books. Part of the store’s holiday celebrations, Dr….

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Miller set to retire from city schools

By Lola Duffort Correspondent Rutland City Public Schools Superintendent Mary Moran — then second in command — remembers what she told her boss 17 years ago when Peter Miller’s application…

Operation Bundle Up helps spread warmth

By Emily Cutts Correspondent In its seventh year, Operation Bundle Up: Coats for Kids of Rutland County distributed hundreds of free coats to 250 families in need. Project co-chairwoman Lisa…