• Shumlin campaign hits high gear »

    By John Flowers Gov. Peter Shumlin cited adding more jobs, property tax reform and affordable health care as his top priorities for the next biennium should he be elected to a third consecutive two-year term on Nov. 4. Shumlin, a Putney Democrat, faces opposition from…

  • Milne appeals to voters for changes »

    By John Flowers As the CEO of Milne Travel, Republican Scott Milne has sent many people to exotic locations throughout the world. The North Pomfret resident is now hoping to book a destination of his own: Montpelier, where he hopes to serve as Vermont’s governor….

  • Pre-K education advances in Killington »

    By Polly Lynn By 2015 every school district in Vermont will be required to provide 10 hours of high quality, free pre-Kindergarten each week to all 3-, 4- and 5-year-olds who have missed the cutoff for Kindergarten because of their birthdays, and whose families choose to…

  • Preston Leete Smith to be honored »

    KILLINGTON—On Saturday, Nov. 1, Killington founder Preston Leete Smith will be recognized for his ground-breaking contributions to the development of alpine skiing in New England and nationally at the resort he created from a trackless mountain. As the guest of honor at the New England…

  • Vermont Senate candidates from Rutland County square off at forum »

    By Cristina Kumka PEGTV held a Senate Candidate Forum Oct. 2 and asked the seven candidates for Vermont Senate questions, selected by a panel of PEGTV board members and staff. The following are excerpts from that forum. There are three open Senate seats from Rutland…

Local News

KMS launches trampoline club

KMS launches trampoline club

30 October, 2014

KILLINGTON—Killington Mountain School is launching a trampoline club for kids aged 6-16. Trampoline training is an essential part of building acrobatic skills before moving tricks onto the snow. “Our approach focuses on developing better air awareness while minimizing risk,” the school wrote in a recent...

Arts, Dining & Entertainment

Black River Rugby raises funds in commemoration of “Moose”

Black River Rugby raises funds in commemoration of “Moose”

29 October, 2014

Saturday, Nov. 1 — LUDLOW — With the entirety of NERFU (New England Rugby Football Union) given a bye-week on Nov. 1 to commemorate the USA Eagles hosting the New Zealand All-Blacks (currently ranked #1 in World Rugby by the International Rugby Board) in Chicago, the...

Sports

Mendon’s Logan Broyles wins U.S. Kids Boston Championship

Mendon’s Logan Broyles wins U.S. Kids Boston Championship

30 October, 2014

MENDON – On Oct. 19 Logan Broyles wrapped up his 2014 golf tournament season with a three stroke win at the U.S. Kids Golf Fall Championship at Glen Ellen Country Club in Millis, Mass. Broyles bested a strong field including the U. S. Kids Golf...

State News

Rutland man being monitored for Ebola is identified

30 October, 2014

By Morgan True, VTDigger.org The Rutland man under quarantine for possible exposure to the Ebola virus has been identified as Peter Italia. Italia is being held at an undisclosed location to ensure he does not have the Ebola virus. Vermont officials have said he poses...