Registration is now open for the 2015-16 series of "History for Homeschoolers" workshops offered by the Vermont Historical Society.
The Salisbury Historical Society presents a pictorial and narrative of Leicester’s Silver Lake.
Costumed volunteer guides rehearse in advance of next weekend’s Castleton Woman’s Club 77th Annual Colonial Day House Tour.
Twenty-one Ferrisburgh-area residents attended the United Methodist Action Reach Out Mission by Youth this month.
Rutland’s Christ the King School and Mount Saint Joseph Academy will hold the seventh annual Honor Our Past event at the Rutland Holiday Inn on July 23. This year’s honorees are Diane Valente Liscinsky, Dr. William O’Rourke, Jr., and Father Richard Tinney.
Children of the North Ferrisburgh United Methodist Church Sunday School collected a noisy offering for Imagine No Malaria.
A concert of ceremonial music will recognize Vermont’s most talented organist and help kick-off this summer's celebration of the 150th birthday of historic Trinity Episcopal Church.
Special events for Immaculate Heart of Mary Feast in Rutland
According to Rev. James ‘Jim’ E. F. Riley, Sr., of the Immaculate Heart of Mary Roman Catholic Church Parish Council, a series of special services will be held for the Feast of the Immaculate Heart of Mary.
A National Day of Prayer event will be held at the Bristol Federated Chruch, 6 Church St., in Bristol on Thursday, May 7, 7-8:30 p.m.
The event includes a homemade shepherd’s pie supper at 5:30 p.m., with all funds to benefit the project.
When Andrew Driver donned his firefighter gear to respond to a call for a house with burst pipes, he had no inkling the encounter would change his life.
Vermont Watchdog Report
While Vermont Gov. Peter Shumlin and members of the House of Representatives moved this week to intimidate states with religious freedom protections, prominent spokesmen of America’s Muslim community defended Indiana and similar states.
West Rutland's Annual Spring Polish Dinner will be held at St. Stanislaus Parish Hall in West Rutland on Sunday, April 26.
North Ferrisburgh United Methodist Church members participated in the church’s first international service mission trip.
Parents of newborn babies are accustomed to tiny hats landing on the heads of their new prodigy, but in a poor nation struggling to provide basic items that help with survival, those small comfort items can go unnoticed.