Category Archives: Downtown Rutland

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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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December 2015 in Downtown Rutland

December 2015 in Downtown Rutland Information provided by Downtown Rutland Partnership. Visit DRP website for more information www.rutlanddowntown.com Extended-Hour Holiday Shopping Night Thursday, Dec. 10, 5-7:30 p.m. or later Downtown is…

Go Grinch: Grow your heart three sizes as Rutland becomes Who-ville for a day

COVER STORY By Bruce Edwards What could be a better way to start off the holidays then taking the kids to see the Grinch when the Dr. Seuss character pays…

Holidays at the Paramount

Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer The beloved TV classic “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer” soars off the screen and onto the stage this holiday season. Come see all of your favorite characters…

Hawley’s will continue without Bonnie Hawley

By Gordon Dritschilo  |  Correspondent. Bonnie Hawley said she wants her customers to know that other than her not being there, they shouldn’t notice much of a change at Hawley’s…

Road Pitch 2015: Entrepreneurs push ideas, seek guidance

By Bryanna Allen  |  Correspondent. There were three topics of discussion during the Road Pitch 2015 event at the Energy Innovation Center: tiny houses, funky wraps and granola. The Road…

Farm group marks 3 years

By Dan Colton  |  Correspondent. Things are about to change at the Vermont Farmers Food Center. A long-discussed local food aggregation center at the West Street property is expected to…

Crowley racer wins 5k running 10

By Tom Haley  |  Correspondent. Pawlet’s Alicia Clark looked adversity square in the face and then ran with it. Literally. The University of Vermont cross-country and track-and-field athlete did not…