Should auld acquaintance be forgot… but remember these favorite recipes throughout the new year

Steve Peters RUTLAND BITES A new year is a time to look ahead and plan for the future. While we may often like to forget the past — most of…

Shifting Slightly: A New Way to Look at the New Year

Joanna Tebbs Young CIRCLES OF COMMUNITY When we moved into our home ten years ago, the kitchen was the one room we hoped to change as soon as possible. It…

Candy cane overload? Start the new year right, with a resolution for yourself and your pets

Dr. Anna Dunton-Gallagher OFF THE LEASH I think that most of my readers know by now that one of my favorite topics is pet weight loss. ONCE a year I…

Christmas trees merit collection

Gordon Dritschilo Staff Writer Instead of camping in the woods, local Boy Scouts will spend a couple weekends next month collecting wood. More specifically, trees. Three Rutland Scout troops work…

Brandon Town Hall set for the next stage

By Susan Smallheer Staff Writer BRANDON — The three carpenters who were singing along to “Let It Snow” on the radio last Thursday afternoon have been hard at work for…

READER BULLETINS: December 28, 2017 – January 3, 2018

To list your event in the Reader Bulletins email editor@rutlandreader.comCELEBRATION FOR MYRA PEFFERFriends of the museum welcome the public for an event to honor Myra Peffer, Wonderfeet Kids’ Museum executive…

+FIVE: December 28, 2017 – January 3, 2018

Thanks & Happy TrailsAn Evening Honoring Myra PefferDecember 28, 5:30 p.m.Wonderfeet Kids’ Museum11 Center St., RutlandJoin friends of the museum in honoring the outgoing executive director of Wonderfeet. Light hors…

Arts Preview: December 28, 2017 – January 3, 2018

RUTLANDArnowitt on CoplandPianist Michael Arnowitt will present the music of Aaron Copland in a lecture-performance at Trinity Church, 85 West St., at 7 p.m. Jan. 10. “Aaron Copland’s America” is…

Drama club: The best TV drama of 2017

By Jim Sabataso Correspondent The year-end wrap up continues this week with my picks for the best TV dramas of 2017. Once again this year, no broadcast-networks made my list….

Deceased vets honored with wreaths

By Patrick McArdle Staff Writer BENNINGTON — All of almost 400 graves at the Vermont Veterans Home, some dating back as far as the Civil War, were decorated with wreaths…