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  • Charter Hill Solar Project in Rutland City to begin in May, permits pending

    Important Community Bulletins

    RUTLAND - Green Lantern Development, a Waterbury-based alternative energy developer, plans to build a 1-megawatt solar facility at the end of Grandview Terrace. The Charter Hill Solar Project at Grandview Terrace is wit ... full story

  • Shumlin predicts strong 2014 maple sugar season, despite late start

    Features

    On April 3, Gov. Peter Shumlin kicked off Vermont's 2014 maple sugar season officially, tapping a maple tree at the Trapp Family Lodge sugarhouse in Stowe. The Governor predicted a strong maple season despite the late star ... full story

  • Bumps, jumps, speed and style on display at Killington’s Bear Mountain Mogul Challenge

    Features

    Photo by Jeff Alexander courtesy of Killington Resort Paddy Dayton and Sharon Maloney, winners of the 2014 Bear Mountain Mogul Challenge. KILLINGTON - Last weekend, April 5-6, more than 125 bump skiing fanatics converged o ... full story

  • Hop'n Moose Brewing Company opens downtown

    Features

    RUTLAND - The city's first brewpub is open! Hop'n Moose Brewing Company opened its doors March 28, four days ahead of schedule. The restaurant announced its plans to open, in a Facebook post on March 28: "It's been three lo ... full story

  • Vermonters identify with struggles illustrated in “Inequality For All”

    Features

    Sanders leads teleconference after showing documentary statewide "Of all the issues facing our country, the issue of wealth inequality is the most profound," U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders told an audience of more than a hundr ... full story

  • Spring has arrived!

    Features

    Ski when it's lighter longer and events/parties abound At a time when many ski areas are closing and skiers and riders are starting to drift away on ocean swells or even mowing their lawns in southern states, the mountains ... full story

  • House committee seeks $10.10 minimum wage by January, speeding up timeline

    Breaking News

    A House panel wants the state to increase the minimum wage to $10.10 per hour by Jan. 1, 2015. Gov. Peter Shumlin proposed the same increase  over a three year period. Minimum wages for tipped employees would be set to ... full story

  • Three shot in the head by a Leicester man

    Breaking News

    Two troopers and one citizen victim are in stable condition LEICESTER - On April 6, at approx. 2:58 a.m. the Vermont State Police received a 911 call from a female who reported that someone had come into her residence and s ... full story

  • Vt.’s spring trout fishing season opens April 12

    Cool Things Happening

    Delayed spring changes options for Vt. anglers Vermont's traditional trout fishing season opens Saturday April 12 this year, and anglers are looking forward to spring fishing for brook, brown and rainbow trout in the Green M ... full story

  • Rutland High School Principal Bill Olsen named Vermont’s 2014 Principal of the Year

    Important Community Bulletins

    RUTLAND -Rutland High School Principal William Olsen, 49, will be honored as Vermont's 2014 Principal of the Year at the Vermont Principals Association luncheon later this month. Bill Olsen became Principal at Rutland High ... full story

  • GMP begins streetlight pilot project downtown

    Breaking News

    RUTLAND - Continuing to pilot new and emerging technologies in Rutland for the benefit of customers across Vermont, Green Mountain Power's Energy Innovation Center in downtown Rutland has kicked off a streetlight pilot aime ... full story

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