- Rutland farmer wants to send Vermont products out of state »
By Katy Savage
Greg Cox wants to increase availability of fresh produce across the country right from the “heart of Vermont.”
Cox, who is co-founder and president of the Vermont Farmers Food Center (VFFC) in Rutland, received a $105,000 United States Department…
- Designs for a new Killington Public Safety Building are nearly finalized »
Plans await cost estimates in advance of a Town Meeting Day vote
By Polly Mikula
The town of Killington has preliminary designs for a new public safety building. Plans call for a multipurpose 15,260-square-foot building to house the volunteer fire…
- Bred for parades, Spooner to lead 34th Wassail Parade »
By Katy Savage
Spooner has been in more than 200 parades in his lifetime.
Spooner, a 16-year-old paint cross, attended his first parade in Dorchester, New Hampshire, when he was 5 years old. Since then, he’s been to July…
- Rutland children, families move to temporary schools after pipes break »
By Katy Savage
About 53 children were displaced after the pipes of the Rutland Parent Child Center on Chaplin Avenue broke Sunday, Nov. 25.
There were at least 3 inches of water on both floors of the two-story building when…
- The bridge is open »
After about five weeks of closure, the River Road bridge is back open.
The 1939 bridge, which is the second oldest in town, opened Nov. 29—nine days later than scheduled due to early season snowfall.
The deck was replaced and a new…
The new Snowdon Six Express is opening this weekend at Killington.
The new lift, part of Killington’s $25 million, single-year capital improvement project , starts spinning at 10 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 8. There will be a Grand Opening Celebration and ribbon cutting.
In addition to the grand opening of the Snowdon Six Express, this weekend...
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Finding a gift that will continue to give for a full year is a challenge, but the Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department says it has a solution. Fish & Wildlife now has a license gift certificate for annual licenses on its website.
The Killington Cup set American attendance records with an estimated 39,000 spectators across Thanksgiving Weekend (5,500 Friday night for opening ceremonies; 18,500 for Saturday’s Giant Slalom and 15,000 for Sunday’s Slalom) beating last year’s attendance by 5,000 spectators.
Winter is when birds seek feeders most, here’s how to help
With winter weather now taking hold, Vermonters are readying their bird feeders.
“Birds of all species have very interesting behaviors, shapes, and plumage and have captured the...
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