• Join the conversation on Vermont’s 1970s counterculture »

    Photograph of Vermont protest from the Vermont Historical Society archives by Rod Clarke, UPI, 1979.

    Wednesday, April 29 at 6 p.m. — RUTLAND — The Vermont Historical Society has been holding public forums statewide to talk about the influence of the 1970s on…

  • Senate panel unanimously adopts education reform bill »

    By Amy Ash Nixon, VTDigger.org

    The Senate Education Committee unanimously passed H.361, the education reform bill, after taking testimony Wednesday evening, April 22, from dozens of Vermont parents, teachers, school board members, administrators and citizens.

    The Senate version of H.361 contains generous…

  • Mogul’s 20th annual pig roast raises thousands for charity »

    Dave Hoffenberg, Jeff Alexander and Victoria Alexander enjoy the warm spring sun, music and barbecue at Mogul’s annual Pig Roast, Sunday. Mulitiple bands entertained the crowd until after sunset.

    By Polly Lynn

    KILLINGTON — On Sunday, April 19, from 1-9…

  • Proctor School of Rock to take Pickle Barrel stage »

    Submitted

    The Proctor High Rock Band poses for a photo after a rehersal last week. Pictured (l-r) Aaron Audet, Cheyenne Grundt, Luke Shaw, Morgan Howard, Megan Elrick, Sam Tilden, Tori Breese, Marvin Atwood and Ryan Johnson.

    By Dave…

  • Mogul skiers compete for quality line, speed and air »

    By Polly Lynn

    KILLINGTON — On Saturday, April 11, the annual Bear Mountain Mogul Challenge took place on Outer Limits at Killington Resort. This year, the qualifying run and finals both took place on Saturday, rather than spanning the weekend, perhaps for the…

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Local News

Dry hydrants expand fire protection in rural areas

Dry hydrants expand fire protection in rural areas

22 April, 2015

Photo by Steve Finer

A new dry hydrant was recently installed in Robinwood across from Pico off Route 7.

By Stephen Seitz

KILLINGTON–A new dry hydrant has been installed in the Robinwood development, which is off Route...

Arts, Dining & Entertainment

Get up close with live raptors at VINS photography workshop

Get up close with live raptors at VINS photography workshop

22 April, 2015

Courtesy of VINS

Learn to take photos like this of birds in the wild in VINS class.

Sunday, April 26 at 1 p.m. — The Vermont Institute of Natural Science (VINS) will be running a photography workshop on Sunday,...

Sports

Pittsfield’s Mazie Hayden takes gold in Women’s Open Class SkierCross at USASA Nationals

Pittsfield’s Mazie Hayden takes gold in Women’s Open Class SkierCross at USASA Nationals

22 April, 2015

Courtesy of KMS

Mazie Hayden, center, takes her fourth gold in a row at USASA Nationals.

KILLINGTON—Killington Mountain School ski cross athlete Mazie Hayden competed in the Women’s Open class SkierCross event at USASA Nationals in Copper, Colo., over the weekend of...

State News

Senate panel unanimously adopts education reform bill

Senate panel unanimously adopts education reform bill

23 April, 2015

By Amy Ash Nixon, VTDigger.org

The Senate Education Committee unanimously passed H.361, the education reform bill, after taking testimony Wednesday evening, April 22, from dozens of Vermont parents, teachers, school board members, administrators and citizens.

The Senate version of H.361 contains generous...