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Local News
March 30, 2016

The Rutland Chamber board chooses interim executive director

RUTLAND–Mary Cohen, a longtime NeighborWorks and community leader, was appointed Wednesday, March 23, to be interim executive director of the Rutland Region Chamber of Commerce, effective April 1. She fills the position left vacant by the resignation of Tom Donahue.

“Mary will provide…

March 23, 2016

RAVNAH thanks voters for support

Dear Editor,

On behalf of the staff, volunteers and board of directors of the Rutland Area Visiting Nurse Association & Hospice (RAVNAH), I would like to thank the city, towns, and residents of Rutland County for your strong and heartfelt support of our…

News Briefs
March 9, 2016

Rutland Region


Dorr Drive bridge work resumes

With the return of construction season, crews are scheduled to resume work on the bridges crossing Otter Creek. Preparations are being made to remove the old Dorr Bridge. Removal of the deck and sidewalk…

Local News
March 2, 2016

State redesignates Rutland Mental Health

RUTLAND—On Feb. 26, after completing a corrective action process that began last summer, Rutland Mental Health Services (RMHS) has received full-designation status from the Vermont Department of Mental Health (DMH) and Department of Disabilities, Aging and Independent Living (DAIL) for its mental health and developmental…

News Briefs
February 17, 2016

Rutland Region

Rutland City

Rutland leaders discuss affordable housing at Candidates’ Forum

Too many of Rutland’s landlords don’t live in their own rental units, incumbent alderman candidate William Notte commented at a Feb. 10 public forum. He was responding to…

Local News
January 18, 2016

Honoring MLK

RUTLAND COUNTY — In recognition of the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. holiday on Monday, Jan. 18, the College of St. Joseph and Castleton University will host a variety of programs  free and open to the public, to encourage reflection on the life and work…

News Briefs
January 18, 2016

News Briefs: Rutland Region

By Lani Duke


School merger decisions looming ahead at Town Meeting

Town Meeting Day across Vermont gives local communities across the state an opportunity to choose who implements the day-to-day running of towns and school districts. In addition to choosing to fill many…

Op - Ed
January 7, 2016

Blood drive represents best in Rutland County

By Steve Costello

With war, terrorism and violence topping the news pages and newscasts on an almost daily basis, social media and ordinary conversation of late has been rife with disillusionment. For anyone discouraged by national and world affairs, one need look no further than…