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- A Vermont marathoner's quest for seven continents
- Vermont Chili Festival celebrates countdown to spring
- State House honors Rutland nurses
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PEGTV, Rutland County’s public access television station, has partnered with the West Rutland Booster Club to sponsor the 55th annual West Rutland Glodzik Basketball Tournament taking place through March 14. This year’s invitational tournament features 36 teams, both boys and girls, at the 5/6-grade age level.
John Lent to speak in Vergennes
On March 21, at 7 p.m., Bixby Memorial Free Library in Vergennes will host local marathoner John Lent as he presents stories of runners who participated in marathons held in Antarctica and South America.
It is an article of faith in Washington among the ruling class that were it not for those unreasonable conservatives like Ted Cruz and Mike Lee that Republicans would control the Senate.
National Bank of Middlebury officials announced a major donation in support of Howden Hall in Bristol.
The Better Middlebury Partnership pulled off another hat trick last weekend with its Sixth Annual Vermont Chili Festival.
A fire destroyed a building at Flory’s Plaza in Rutland Town March 9.
A long overdue honor for work “above and beyond” was made by state legislators to the Rutland Area Visiting Nurse Association & Hospice (RAVNAH). The ageny was recognized for it significant health care role.
Middlebury’s Sheldon Museum is seeing circles this spring. The new exhibit, Circling the Sheldon, highlights objects in the Sheldon’s collection that feature circles.
The Vergennes Union High School Commodore Parent-Teacher Group will be holding its annual Trinkets and Treasures Rummage Sale at VUHS on Saturday, April 5, 8 a.m.-2 p,m., in the middle school gym.
According to a just released industry report, AT&T has invested nearly $60 million in “best-in-class” wireless and wired networks in Vermont between 2011 and 2013, a range of upgrades to enhance speed, reliability, coverage and performance for residents and business customers.
Louise McCarren, a Charlotte resident, has been elected by the board as the chairperson of Campaign for Vermont. Campaign for Vermont is a pro-business organization which describes itself as advocating non-partisan solutions which promote economic opportunity within the state.
After a five year effort, Champlain Oil Co. received approval to begin work on a project that includes a gasoline and diesel station, a convenience store, and a fast-food restaurant on a nearly 10-acre site in Ferrisburgh.
Vermont Attorney General William H. Sorrell announced March 7 that Stuart Lizotte, Jr. of Rutland has been charged with two counts of Aggravated Sexual Assault of a Child, two counts of Promoting Child Pornography, and one count of Lewd and Lascivious Conduct with a Child.
During Town Meeting 2014, voters in 35 towns across Vermont rejected their local school budgets. Included in the 35 “no” communities are not just little hamlets but some very large, influential municipalities—surprisingly, Burlington, Montpelier and Rutland were among them; places that used to rubber-stamp obese school budgets. While this fact may not phase you much where you live, it’s a clear sign that something’s shifting in Vermont’s body politic.