- Chaffee annual juried artist exhibit opens with “A Love of Art” »
Courtesy of Chaffee Art Center
“Thanksgiving Day” by Rosalind Daniels will be on display at Chaffee Art Center, part of the exhibit, “A Love of Art.”
Friday, Feb. 27 at 5 p.m.—RUTLAND—The Chaffee Art Center announces the opening…
- Dual contributor exhibit to be featured at Castleton Downtown Gallery in Rutland »
Courtesy of Castleton College
“Death Chair” by Bill Ramage is a sample of work being presented in Castleton Downtown Gallery, in Rutland.
Friday, Feb. 27 at 6 p.m. — RUTLAND — The Castleton Downtown Gallery in Rutland will feature the…
- Powder hunting, it’s not difficult! »
By Polly Lynn
Killington residents Jason Mikula, left, and Murray McGrath, right, look down at a fresh line of snow on Pico Mountain.
With over 14 feet of natural snow that has fallen this winter (Killington Resort…
- Billings Farm & Museum screens documentary “To Breathe As One” »
Courtesy of Billings Farm & Museum
A still from “To Breathe As One” shows the phenomenal music festival known as Laulupidu in Estonia.
Saturday, Feb. 28 at 3 p.m. — WOODSTOCK, — Billings Farm & Museum, gateway to Vermont’s…
- Sir Nose D’Voidoffunk dances »
By Polly Lynn
KILLINGTON — Parliament Funkadelic (aka P. Funk, aka George Clinton) performed at the Pickle Barrel, Thursday, Feb. 19, as part of their international tour.
Sir Nose, with his signature low-hanging white fuzzy pants, large-brimmed hat and abstractly large nose,…
The Mountain Times receives accolades at the annual New England Newspaper and Press Association conference26 February, 2015
By Christy Lynn
Members of The Mountain Times gather around “Best Ad Designer” Maxx Steinmetz, who holds up two first place awards won at the Advertising, Circulation and Marketing awards ceremony in Boston, Friday, Feb. 20. Pictured (l-r): Jason...
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Photos by Robin Alberti
KILLINGTON — The Jack Daniel’s Taste of Tennessee Ski Week came to a close on Sunday night, Feb. 22, at Outback Pizza in Killington with the awards ceremony. Awards (and bragging rights) were up for grabs in three...
WATERBURY – With continued uncertainty over whether or for how long Congress will approve funding for the Department of Homeland Security, Gov. Peter Shumlin and Vermont public safety officials today outlined impacts of a shutdown for Vermont. If funding is not approved by midnight tonight...
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- 6 hours agoAuditor Smith called to mic to answer if Killington's accounting practices is common and accepted. Says "yes" but choices to be made #tmdvt
- 6 hours agoSelectwoman McGrath says yes cash flow balance is negative. Some Irene expenses didn't quality for reimbursement- culvert to bridge #tmdvt
- 6 hours agoChallenger Haff says "if we have shortfall how can we ask voters to roll over 'surplus' in Article 3." Large deficit, no reserve #tmdvt
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