Tag Archives: Tropical Storm Irene

State of Mind: The forced treatment debate

By GEORGE NOSTRAND CORRESPONDENT Editor’s note: This is the third installment in an ongoing series of stories intended to advance the conversation on mental illness and how it affects our…

Don’t mess with Texas Falls

By KRIS SMITH 12-HOUR TREKS Hancock Addison County Chartered: 1781 Population: 323 In brief Hancock sits at the confluence of the Hancock Branch and the White River, explaining some of…

The lingering storm: Two years later, Vermont is still writing the book on Tropical Storm Irene

By KEVIN O’CONNOR CORRESPONDENT Vermonter Peggy Shinn remembers the sunny day two years ago when her sister, a Wall Street Journal bureau chief, sent a barrage of weather alerts about…

Rutland author publishes book on Tropical Storm Irene

STAFF REPORT Rutland writer Peggy Shinn has a new book out documenting the stories of several individuals and Vermont towns coping and rebuilding in the aftermath of Tropical Storm Irene….

Rutland Resilient: Weathering extreme storms

By SARA GILBERT CORRESPONDENT Rutland saw its first significant severe weather event just two days into the 2013 hurricane season. Hail, high winds and heavy rains toppled trees and caused…

Irene recovery: Volunteer opportunity in Cuttingsville this weekend

From the Rutland Tropical Storm Irene Long Term Recovery Committee: The Rutland Long Term Recovery Committee’s first volunteer project of the season will be taking place this Friday and Saturday…