Vermont State Police in Rutland received two complaints of a male claiming to be Lt. Bryant from the Bennington County Sheriff's Department calling residents in the Poultney area advising them of a missed appearance for jury duty.
Governor ducking controversial election-year decision, GOP claim
This week, Vermont Gov. Peter Shumlin (D) announced another of a series of recent delays in the unveiling of the financing strategy for his government-run, taxpayer financed health care plans.
Middlebury football student-athlete McCallum Foote (Newton, Mass.) has been named one of just 29 fall male student-athletes from around the nation in all three divisions to be awarded a National Collegiate Athletic Association Postgraduate Scholarship.
Fresh off the team's first victory of the season, sophomore Peter Latulippe and freshman Sean Paradis swept the North Atlantic Conference Player and Rookie of the Week Awards.
Detectives with the Vermont State Police Bureau of Investigation continue to investigate the disappearance of Maryann Foster, 59...
Vermont State College and University of Vermont students gathered today at the state house to call for the passage of S.40...
Massive payroll tax to fund Democrats' single-payer health care system seen as big negative
Small business optimism in Vermont continues its winter hibernation with the latest published index dropping 2.7 points to 91.4, a reading that historically has been associated with recessions and periods of sub-par growth.
The Carving Studio and Sculpture Center of West Rutland will present "Lock is Key and Other Conversations", a solo exhibition by sculpture artist Kevin Donegan.
The Rutland County Humane Society (RCHS) is fortunate to get a lot of community support and there are many people who want to help our organization and the animals we care for.
United Nations Report
The chill winds of the Cold War have returned to Europe and the halls of diplomacy.
Ethan Allen Institute
The past year has been a hard one on Vermont employees. For example, IBM, Vermont’s long-time top private employer laid off 419 workers from its Essex facility last summer and just announced another 140 jobs will go.
The Friends of the Middlebury College Museum of Art are seeking nominations for their 2014 Arts Awards recognition program, now in its sixteenth year.
Award-winning photographer Brett Simison’s exhibition "The Pane in Empty Rooms" will open at Middlebury’s Jackson Gallery at the Town Hall Theater on March 21. There will be an opening reception from 5-7 p.m. The photographs will remain on display through May 9.
The business climate in our region, and for that matter, the entire country, has been dismissal for far too long.
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.
A little over 40 years ago, the federal Endangered Species Act of 1973 (ESA) was passed into law. In Vermont, it is common to see osprey and loons, so it is hard to believe that merely a few decades ago, these birds were vanishingly rare in our state.
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.