Friday, July 13, 5 p.m.—Downtown Rutland’s Friday Night Live is a free concert series featuring live music, outdoor dining, children’s activities and more. Headliners perform in the “Pit” parking lot, which is transformed into a unique, amphitheater-like concert venue. Merchants and vendors set up along…
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Friday & Saturday, Aug. 4-5—RUTLAND—The end of July and start of August has marked the annual Downtown Rutland Partnership’s annual Sidewalk Sales event for years. This year, it’s being held Friday, Aug. 4, 9 a.m.-10 p.m. and Saturday, Aug. 5, 9 a.m.-3 p.m.
This two-day open-air…
RUTLAND — The Downtown Rutland Partnership recently announced its 2016 Friday Night Live Summer Concert Series lineup, this year expanding 25 percent from three headlining artists to four. Featured on the stage this year is “American Idol” winner Taylor Hicks on July 8; lead singer…
Photos courtesy of Robin Alberti
Despite the pouring rain on Saturday, community members, representatives of the city and Downtown Rutland Partnership gathered at the corner of Baxter Street and Library Avenue to celebrate the ground-breaking of Northwest Rutland’s first community park. The park…
RUTLAND – The Vermont Butcher Shop, the leading proprietor of “honest” meats and victuals from the Green Mountain State and surrounding area, will soon provide the newest ingredient in Rutland’s ongoing revitalization.
Nick DeLauri, co-owner as well as native son of Rutland, said The Vermont…
RUTLAND–Already with a strong presence in the Opera House in the heart of downtown Rutland, Castleton University is planning a two-floor, efficient living space nearby that could become a model for others. In collaboration with Mark Foley, Jr., Castleton and Green Mountain Power will…
By Lani Duke
Combination Pond ballot item in contention
Yes, no, maybe. That’s the pattern for the appearance of an advisory question on the Rutland City ballot regarding whether “the voters of the city of Rutland [should] reclaim, renew and preserve Combination Pond,…
By Lani Duke
Where does the water go?
About half the water the Rutland city water plant treats seems to disappear. Of the average 2 million gallons of drinking water the city processes every day, only about half appears on billing statements, Public…
Courtesy of the Downtown Rutland Partnership
Motorcycles line the streets of downtown Rutland during a past year’s Downtown Rutland Block Party event.
The Annual Killington Classic Motorcycle Rally will throttle through the Green Mountains Aug. 27-30
The Killington Classic Motorcycle Rally…
Courtesy of Downtown Rutland Partnership
The Little Circus sets up a tall apparatus, with performers flying high above the street on Merchants Row.
Local merchants set out sidewalk sale tents along the closed streets of Merchants Row and Center…
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Local News 21 September, 2018