• Rutland County antiques and vintage shops better than ever »

    Photo by Julia Purdy Mary Ann Stickney Miano and husband Ed Miano stand in front of The Antique Shop, Rutland.

    By Julia Purdy Rutland County has traditionally been fertile ground for visitors and locals alike who are looking for “finds.” Even though the…

  • World Cup weekend announced »

    Vermont’s Killington Resort, the largest ski and snowboard destination in Eastern North America and part of the POWDR adventure lifestyle company, announced today that the band Dispatch will headline a robust music and entertainment lineup to celebrate the return of the Audi FIS World Cup….

  • Star-struck in Rutland »

    By Julia Purdy

    RUTLAND – The Paramount Theatre stage sizzled with dazzling dance routines Saturday, Oct. 7 as seven local contestant teams competed in the seventh annual, sold-out Dancing With The Rutland Stars.

    The event, which has become a highlight of Rutland’s entertainment scene, benefits…

  • Locals recognized at harvest festival »

    By Evan Johnson

    Two long-time supporters of the Vermont Farmers Food Center received recognition at the organization’s annual Harvest Festival, Sunday, Oct. 1.

    Royal and Zip Barnard jointly received the 2017 Person of the Year Award. Bill Clark was awarded a Lifetime Achievement Award. Barnard…

  • Paramount Theatre to auction $40,000 electric car package at 2017 Festival of Trees fundraising auction »

    RUTLAND—The Paramount Theatre announced that this year’s Festival of Trees, the theatre’s annual benefit fundraiser, will auction a Chevy Bolt EV package, the car maker’s version of the fully-electric Eco Car. This $40,000, 238-mile-per-charge automobile was donated to the Paramount in a partnership between Mark Alderman of Alderman’s Chevrolet and…

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Rutland County antiques and vintage shops better than ever

Rutland County antiques and vintage shops better than ever

13 October, 2017

Photo by Julia Purdy Mary Ann Stickney Miano and husband Ed Miano stand in front of The Antique Shop, Rutland.

By Julia Purdy Rutland County has traditionally been fertile ground for visitors and locals alike who are looking for “finds.” Even though the...

Arts, Dining & Entertainment

Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historical Park representative to open ‘Wildlands’ exhibition

Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historical Park representative to open ‘Wildlands’ exhibition

11 October, 2017

Thursday, Oct. 12, 5:30 p.m.—SPRINGFIELD—The Great Hall is pleased to announce that Stephanie Kyriazis, chief of Interpretation, Education, and Visitor Services for Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historical Park and Saint-Gaudens NHS will help introduce the ‘Wildlands’ exhibition at the Great Hall during the opening reception to meet...

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Sports

Spartans best Beast in Sprint, Beast and Ultra events Sept. 16-17

Spartans best Beast in Sprint, Beast and Ultra events Sept. 16-17

20 September, 2017

By Polly Lynn Mikula

This years Spartan Beast at The Beast (a.k.a. Killington Mountain) boasted a 14 mile course with 32 obstacles. The Ultra was two laps of that course, whereas the Sprint was a shortened experience of about 5 miles.

Over 10,000 athletes...

State News

Solid Waste Santa brings money to area towns

11 October, 2017

By Stephen Seitz

The Southern Windsor/Windham County Solid Waste Management District has decided to refund more than $379,000 in tipping fees it has held since the dissolution of the Vermont/New Hampshire Solid Waste Project in 2008.

The district’s board of supervisors voted to release the...