- “Rudolph” the musical soars into Rutland, kicking off the holiday season »
Kids and adults alike will be enchanted by Rudolph, Yukon Cornelius and Hermey, brought to life in the holiday favorite, “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer: The Musical.”
Family-friendly stage adaptation of CBS’ highest rated Christmas special of all time takes to the stage for…
- Warren Miller is “Chasing Shadows” this winter »
In its 66th season, legendary winter sports filmmaker Warren Miller releases “Chasing Shadows”, documenting skiers and snowboarders chasing storms, snow, and lines on the world’s highest peaks.
Saturday, Nov. 28 at 7 p.m. — This winter, Warren Miller Entertainment releases “Chasing Shadows,” the 66th…
- Killington reopens »
On Sunday morning, Nov. 15, skiers and riders were treated to beautiful weather and incredible albeit man-made snow. Hundreds of cars filled the parking lot at K1 as eager snowsports athletes converged on the mountain. Unfortunately, an electrical problem midday meant that the…
- GOLM-12 Days of Giving expands community reach, honors Paramount »
About 30 people gathered outside the Paramount Theatre Thursday, Nov. 5, at 12-noon, for a press conference on the 13th annual Gift-of-Life-Marathon and the unveiling of a plaque commemorating the Paramount’s contributions to the national-record-setting drive.
RUTLAND– With an eye toward creating an…
- No. 1 Rutland Raiders win title, first since 2006 »
Middlebury High School senior Cortland Fischer is chased by Rutland Raiders’ fierce defense during Saturday’s state championship game. The Raiders ended the Tigers’ 32-game winning streak.
Raiders’ passing game, defense were key to their victory
By Andy Kirkaldy
RUTLAND — Playing…
By John Puchalski, a.k.a. Grizz
By Karen D. Lorentz
Editor’s Note: This is part of a series on graduates of Green Mountain College’s Killington School of Resort Management (KSRM) program, the nation’s only three-year bachelor’s degree program in resort and...
Arts, Dining & Entertainment
Courtesy of Bob Brandt
Local artist and illustrator Christine Mix puts the finishing touches on signage to announce the 2015 Weston Christmas Bazaar.
Nov. 27-29 — WESTON — While millions of Americans are cramming themselves into big box stores on the days following...
Courtesy of GMC
Men’s basketball team sets sights on the NAC Championship Tournament
POULTNEY – The Green Mountain men’s basketball team comes into the season with a lot to prove despite taking a large step forward in 2014-15. The Eagles are...
Rutland and Windsor County programs recognized
Between 1997 and 2008, Vermont’s prison inmate population grew by 86 percent. After years of work to create a more rational criminal justice system that locks up fewer Vermonters that trend has been reversed, and today Vermont’s inmate population...
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