On behalf of the hundreds of families who will benefit, bravo to everyone who helped make Pack the Paramount a tremendous success.
Nearly 240 years ago, our founding fathers declared our national independence from Great Britain.
A headline read, “It’s Over.” Like other traumatic events, most of us will remember what we were doing when the second of two Clinton Correctional Facility escapees was shot. This one lived.
With the Fourth of July comes picnics, parades and fireworks. The 5th of July usually brings more stray animals than usual to the shelter.
Hindus want Diwali, most popular Hindu holy day, listed on the 2015-2016 Academic Calendar (and beyond) of Vermont’s Middlebury College, which claims to be “a top-tier liberal arts college”.
Once again we are proud to join with members of the free community newspaper industry this July to celebrate the services provided to over 50 million homes around this great nation.
My sister and I accompanied our 98-year-old mother on a visit to our father’s grave for Father’s Day weekend. It was the first Father’s Day without our Dad. He died, at age 100, in January of this year.
It’s summer. Some of us pay attention to the solstice. Others don’t. I didn’t stare at the western sky and my watch to see if it really was the longest day of the year.
Adoptable dogs and cats
I just wanted to thank you for creating such a wonderful yearly event—the Grand Prize.
Some months ago, this weekly commentary devoted space to look at the life of Seth Warner, Vermont’s forgotten patriot-hero.
Violence and needless deaths have been a part of the human race since the beginning of time, but it appears we’ve learned little from those who came before us.
The Rutland County Humane Society (RCHS) would like to remind you that June is “Adopt-A-Shelter-Cat Month”.
I’m not very smart and have few original ideas.