- Jed and Janet Malcolm, New Haven, VT, a girl.
- Ryan and Anne (Sumner) Rossier, Bristol, VT, a girl.
- Jesse and Rebekah (Martin) Wing, Shoreham, VT, a boy.
- Robert and Kristina (Lawton) Whipple, Bridport, VT, a boy.
- Jeff and Laura Ethier, Bridport, VT, a boy.
- Ben and Sophie Esser Calvi, Middlebury, VT, a girl.
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.
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.