Local News

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 […]

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News Briefs

Fish and Wildlife offer ice safety tips

The recent arrival of cold temperature has formed early-season ice on Vermont ponds, lakes and rivers. The Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department reminds winter enthusiasts that ice should never be considered safe and ice conditions vary. “We are urging all outdoor […]

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Local News

Police to leaf-peepers: Watch your valuables

As fall hiking and tourism season approaches, Vermont State Police are reminding citizens to refrain from leaving valuables in plain view inside their vehicles while enjoying the outdoors. This would include, purses, handbags, wallets, cash, iPhones, iPads, hiking equipment and […]

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Sports

Police encourage safe hiking, preparedness

As summer departs and the weather cools this fall, the Vermont State Police and Department of Public Safety would like to remind those heading out onto Vermont’s hiking trails of the ever changing conditions a hiker may encounter this time […]

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When in doubt, take a hike!

Hiking is by far my favorite form of exercise–luckily, in Vermont we have an abundance of hiking trails with no shortage of new terrain to explore. One of the best aspects of this type of activity is that it can […]

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News Briefs

Alert: car break-ins at trailheads

Submitted Photo one: Trailhead parking lots are becoming an easy target for break-ins. Photo two: A sign warns visitors of potential theft. Incidents reported frequently Spring weather is here and there will be an increase in recreational hikers using hiking […]

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