Tag Archives: By Katy Savage

‘This is my home’
Featured
January 30, 2019

‘This is my home’

Photo by Katy Savage

For transfer students Claire Sherman, Kaleigh Kennedy and Serena McKenzie this semester will be their last.

Filmmaker hopes newest film is his best
Local News
January 23, 2019

Filmmaker hopes newest film is his best

By Katy Savage

Rutland filmmaker David Giancola has produced 25 features since the early 1990s.

He was determined to try something different with his latest—a sci-fi movie called “Axcellerator.”

“Axcellerator” is the first digital movie his company, Edgewood Productions, has made.

He swapped his film…

Local News
January 23, 2019

State tests cell phone coverage, challenges maps

By Katy Savage

Locals know that there is no cell phone coverage in South Woodstock. They know cell phone coverage drops in and out on Route 100 and Route 4.

Now, the state has data proving that Vermont’s cell phone coverage is spotty.

The Vermont…

Scott addresses economy, workforce in State of the State
Local News
January 16, 2019

Scott addresses economy, workforce in State of the State

By Katy Savage

Gov. Phil Scott highlighted the education and the economy in his 32-minute state address, Thursday,  Jan. 10.

Coming off a contentious year, where the session extended a month while Legislators debated a tax increase, and in the midst of a national government…

Killington home gets architecture award
Featured
January 16, 2019

Killington home gets architecture award

By Erica Allen Studio

This home in Killington received the peer choice award for its unique architecture at the annual AIA Vermont ceremony Dec. 13. The home was designed by BirdseyeVT, an architecture firm in Richmond. Vermont.

Local News
December 26, 2018

To get out of debt, Killington could see significant tax hike

 

By Katy Savage

KILLINGTON— The town could see a significant tax increase in the future.

Town Manager Chet Hagenbarth said the town has accumulated about $2.2 million worth of debt, coming partly from about $588,000 of unfunded expenses from Tropical Storm Irene, and about…

Local News
June 14, 2018

City Creek Path advances

By Katy Savage

RUTLAND— Plans to complete the City Creek Path are underway.

The City Creek Path has been 10 years in the making. Once completed, it will be a paved, handicapped-accessible path that connects Giorgetti Park to the College of Saint Joseph.

A new…