• Yankee ingenuity soars to new heights »

    By Julia Purdy Callum Smathers, 12, a student at Rutland Intermediate School, can explain all about the Rutland Area Robotics program to the uninitiated. The Mountain Times caught up with…

  • Woodstock town manager dies at 67 »

    Philip B. Swanson, 67, died peacefully Wednesday evening, July 17 . Swanson was born on April 13, 1952 in Bridgeport, Connecticut, the son of Swan and Carola (Vitarius) Swanson. Swanson…

  • John Miller Lorentz »

      John M. Lorentz of Shrewsbury died on July 12 at Rutland Regional Medical Center after a yearlong battle with cancer. His beloved family was by his side. Born in…

Local News

Habitat for Humanity breaks ground in Rutland

07 August, 2019

By Curt Peterson RUTLAND—Habitat for Humanity of Rutland County hosted a ground breaking ceremony at a new city project Sunday, Aug. 4. The house, owned by the city, had suffered...

Arts, Dining & Entertainment

Starline Rhythm Boys, Duppy Conquerors set to take the stage at 9th annual Vermont Adaptive Charity Ride

Starline Rhythm Boys, Duppy Conquerors set to take the stage at 9th annual Vermont Adaptive Charity Ride

19 June, 2019

June 22-23—BRIDGEWATER, KILLINGTON—The 9th annual Vermont Adaptive Charity Ride presented by Long Trail Brewing (formerly known as the Long Trail Century Ride to benefit Vermont Adaptive Ski and Sports) is set to rock and...

Sports

Killington Softball League: Championship games heat up

01 August, 2019

The playoffs are underway and two teams are already out: the Karrtel and Sushi Rolls. The latter is a bit of a shock since they were the three seed and...

State News

Vermont remains one of safest states in nation

02 May, 2019

Vermont continues its safety streak to remain one of the safest states in the nation, according to research firm SafeWise. The Green Mountain State beats national rates for both violent...