Opinion

2.2 billion

By Mitch Frankenberg The number 2.2 billion is a number that everyone throughout North America should remember. 2.2 billion is the number of reasons why Vermont and land throughout the world is targeted for large scale buildouts of wind, solar, […]

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News Briefs

News Briefs: Rutland Region

Rutland City Interim Chamber director announced The Rutland Region Chamber of Commerce board of directors has unanimously chosen former NeighborWorks of Western Vermont executive Mary Cohen to take over interim leadership of the Chamber, as of April 4. Longtime Chamber […]

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News Briefs

Seventh-graders: your journey can start here

CASTLETON—The Rutland Region Workforce Investment Board’s Council on Youth is working with the middle school counselors of Castleton Village, Fair Haven, Mill River, Orwell, Benson, West Rutland, Christ the King, Proctor and Rutland Town School to organize the sixth annual […]

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News Briefs

Rutland Region News Briefs

By Lani Dukes RUTLAND CITY Jack Russell terrier theft not part of fighting ring, police say Rutland City police are noncommittal about the theft of service dog Daphni and her subsequent death. Taken from her owner’s Center Street apartment March […]

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News Briefs

News Briefs: Lakes Region

By Lani Duke The Vermont way in action HUBBARDTON—Bob Gibbs’ home and personal possessions recently went up in flames, and his neighbors are now trying to help him recover from that loss. Few realize the good Bob Gibbs has performed […]

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News Briefs

News Briefs: Lakes Region

By Lani Duke Hubbardton fire shows perils of remodeling HUBBARDTON—Trapped between walls and dropped ceilings, a fire took down a Hubbardton home erected about 225 years ago. Missing from the townscape is the one-and-one-half story, post-and-beam Cape Cod-style house at […]

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