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Plymouth, Bridgewater ticket the most in the state
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May 2, 2018

Plymouth, Bridgewater ticket the most in the state

2017 traffic tickets in central Vermont

By Katy Savage

Locals aren’t surprised that Vermont Public Radio recently found both Bridgewater and Plymouth had the highest traffic ticket counts in the state last year.

Jim Haff got a ticket for going 10 miles over the limit…

Killington Resort announces summer event schedule
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May 1, 2018

Killington Resort announces summer event schedule

KILLINGTON—On May 1, Killington Resort announced the 2018 summer event schedule including the Fox US Open of Mountain Biking Aug. 1-5, and the Under Armour Mountain Running Series Aug. 25.

In addition to more than 20 events this summer, Killington’s summer operations continue to expand. A Woodward WreckTangle and…

Spring skiing has arrived!
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April 25, 2018

Spring skiing has arrived!

By Polly Lynn Mikula

With temperatures reaching into the 60s for the first time this spring, skiers and riders flocked to the slopes and Madaila was happy to entertain them. The Burlington band rocked the stage at the base of Superstar April 21, as part…

Library’s Fox Room reopens with champagne gala
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April 25, 2018

Library’s Fox Room reopens with champagne gala

By Julia Purdy

RUTLAND—After months of closure for repairs and upgrades, the Nella Grimm Fox Room at the Rutland Free Library reopened Thursday, April 19, with speeches, door prizes and a 50/50 raffle, canapés, a champagne toast, and over 200 patrons, staff and well-wishers in…

Touring Casella’s Zero Sort recycling
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April 25, 2018

Touring Casella’s Zero Sort recycling

By Julia Purdy and Polly Lynn Mikula

RUTLAND—Friday, April 20, the Mountain Times staff made a field trip to Casella Recycling in Center Rutland, the heart of the Casella trash collection and recycling empire. The visit was made partly to resolve disagreements in the Mountain…

GMNGC readies to open
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April 25, 2018

GMNGC readies to open

By Polly Lynn Mikula

Despite new management, Green Mountain National Golf Course is preparing to open nine holes for residents and season pass holders as early as April 27 (if the weather cooperates). Opening for the general public is slated for mid-May.

GMNGC, the town-owned course in…