Tag Archives: Rutland

Regional 4-Hers demonstrate knowledge
News Briefs
April 26, 2017

Regional 4-Hers demonstrate knowledge

RUTLAND—For 4-Hers from seven clubs in Bennington and Rutland Counties, April 14 was an action-packed night. Southwest Regional 4-H Night, held at Rutland High School, provided an opportunity for them to demonstrate what they have learned in University of Vermont (UVM) Extension 4-H projects and…

News Briefs
April 26, 2017

Rutland Region News Briefs

Homeless family shelter planned for downtown

Homeless Prevention Center Executive Director Deborah Hall asked the city for support in developing a shelter to house as many as 10 families in the former Red Cross building, 117 Strongs Avenue. Hall told the aldermen she is not…

Sports
April 26, 2017

Conservation district to deliver trout

RUTLAND—It’s that time again! The Rutland Natural Resources Conservation District is again offering its spring trout stocking program that includes 6- to 8-inch and 10- to 12-inch rainbow and brook trout.

Hy on A Hill Trout Farm will bring its fish tank truck filled with…

Letter
April 26, 2017

Rep. Jim Harrison introduces himself to Rutland-Windsor-1

Scott appoints new representative for Bridgewater, Chittenden, Killington and Mendon

Dear Editor,

Job Tate, who has served as our state representative in Montpelier for the past few years, has resigned due to a pending overseas deployment as part of his naval reserve in service to…

Rutland City denies police bias claims
Local News
April 26, 2017

Rutland City denies police bias claims

By Alan J. Keays, VTDigger

An attorney for Rutland City is disputing claims of bias policing and wants a federal judge to toss out a lawsuit from a former nightclub owner alleging discriminatory police tactics forced him out of business.

The city, in its recent…

Local News
April 26, 2017

Downtown pop-up gallery to debut May 19

RUTLAND—A group of Rutland boosters is hoping to use a pop-up gallery to raise local artists’ profiles and add to the growing art scene that will include galleries, murals and a planned series of sculptures in downtown Rutland.

Organizers this week issued a call for…

Local News
April 26, 2017

Chaffee Art Center to undergo renovation

ArtBeat Cafe and multi-media space to open

RUTLAND—The Chaffee Art Center will begin a major transformation this summer with the addition of a café, artisan co-op, multi-media HD gallery, and expanded educational and community outreach offerings, including a dedicated mobile art unit.

In addition, the…