RUTLAND—The Paramount Theatre just announced a lineup of events in advance of its annual full-season announcement in mid-July. These five, first-rate events (exclusive only to the month of September) continue the tradition of excellence that theatergoers in central Vermont have come to expect and appreciate from…
By Michelle Monroe, St. Albans Messenger
“Appalling” and “un-American,” those are the words Rep. Peter Welch, D-Vt., used to describe conditions in a processing center in southern Texas where children have been separated from their parents.
Welch spoke with the Messenger by phone Sunday, June…
By Katy Savage
WEST RUTLAND—Haley Bania and her sister Michaela couldn’t be more different. Haley is reserved; Michaela is outgoing. Michaela is competitive; Haley is laid back. Michaela is athletic; Haley is artsy.
But Haley, 17, and Michaela, 14, are both ranked top in the…
Home gardens and local farm fields are beginning to fill up with fresh produce as the growing season gets underway. And with it, the Vermont Foodbank’s gleaning teams are taking to the fields to harvest surplus fresh food for people struggling to afford it.
Courtesy of Killington Resort
By Chandler Burgess, courtesy Killington Resort
The inaugural Bike and Brew in 2017 at Killington Bike Park saw an action packed weekend, including riders performing stunts like this backflip.
WOODSTOCK—Billings Farm and Museum has a new associate director.
Barbara Milligan, formerly the president and CEO of the Cape and Islands United Way, brings with her a strong combination of marketing, development and leadership experience.
In her former role, she managed…
By Katy Savage
RUTLAND—After canceling a sold-out show and shutting down for two weeks due to a broken roof truss, the Paramount Theatre reopened June 1.
The Vermont Fire and Safety issued a certificate of occupancy June 1, declaring the building safe for patrons. The…
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