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  • Vermont Marble Museum receives option to remain open

    Important Community Bulletins

    PROCTOR - On July 24 the Preservation Trust of Vermont signed an option agreement that may keep the Vermont Marble Museum open to the public. 
The Preservation Trust of Vermont has signed an option agreement that gives them ...

  • All Hail the Queens: Proctor Lady Phantoms sweep all three Division 4 championships to win the coveted triple crown

    Columns  > Opinion

    PROCTOR-The 2011-2012 sports season for the Proctor Lady Phantom Varsity teams was nothing short of magical. The Lady Phantoms won state titles in soccer, basketball and just recently in softball to sweep the Division 4 majo ...

  • Proctor girls softball wins state championship

    Columns  > Opinion

    June 9 the Proctor Girls Varsity Softball team won the Division 4 State Championship. This is the third state championship Proctor girls teams have won, after soccer and basketball in prior seasons. Pictured, 1st row: Taylor ...

  • Exploring Vermont’s “Hidden” Gems: Vermont Marble Museum and Wilson Castle


    There are many "hidden" opportunities to experience firsthand the human desire to achieve something special in Vermont. From famous paintings and indigenous marble to elegant mansions and intriguing museums, a sojourn "off t ...

  • Residential structure fire

    Local News

    On April 30, at approximately 12:56 p.m., the Proctor Fire Department responded to 8 Primary Street, Proctor, Vt. for a reported fire at the residence of Robert J. Elrick, age 49, and Bonnie K. Elrick, age 44. Upon their ar ...

  • Proctor has Irene clean-up day on April 28

    Local News

    Saturday, April 28-Vermont's Irene Recovery office is partnering with Green Up Vermont and local Long Term Recovery Committees to organize clean up efforts throughout Vermont for both Green Up Day and Irene recovery. In Proc ...

  • Proctor High School placed into lockdown

    Local News

    The Vermont State Police in Rutland were contacted via 9-1-1 by the Proctor High School in Proctor, Vt at appx. 9 a.m. Friday, April 6. The school reported that a despondent male had entered their building and was exemplifyi ...

  • Brush/structure fire in Proctor

    Local News

    On March18 at approximately 5:15 p.m. the Proctor Fire Department, along with support from several other area agencies, responded to a reported brush fire at 41 Patch Street in Proctor, Vt. Upon arrival they found several sm ...

  • The Lady Phantoms defeat Wallingford 20-19 for Rutland Rec Championship

    Local News

    The Proctor Phantom 5th/6th grade ladies after their championship win. Left to right: Cassidy Longley, Erica May, Meredith Parker, Alexis Peer (in back), Kiersten Williams (in back), Isabel Valerio, Emerson Pomeroy, Elizabet ...

  • Proctor increases school budget 4.1 percent as taxes decrease

    Local News

    Roughly 100 people gathered inside Proctor High School for town meeting this year. The increased school budget of $5,107,316 was passed by a landslide 69-26 votes. $250,000 of surplus funds will be transfered into a capital ...

  • Proctor Phantoms defeat Barstow for the Bob Ward Tournament championship

    Local News

    Photo by Stacy Bates Proctor Phantoms boys basketball team display their first place trophy after defeating Barstow Memorial School 38 to 26 in the Tournament on Wednesday, Feb. 22, 2012. Pictured left to right: Jacob May, ...

  • Lady Phantoms vs Cancer fundraiser

    Local News

    The Lady Phantoms Proctor basketball team and their coaches, Chris and Lisa Hughes, will be teaming up with the Proctor Community to help in the fight against cancer. They will be sponsoring a Lady Phantoms vs Cancer f ...

  • Proctor splits games against Rutland Town

    Local News

    On Tuesday, Jan. 10 the Proctor 5th/6th grade boys and girls basketball teams hosted Rutland Town with the Proctor girls coming away with a victory and the boys losing against their rival. The Proctor girls dominated their ...

  • Lady Phantoms keep their winning streak alive by defeating Rivendell

    Local News

    Photo by Stacy Bates Coach Chris Hughes calls a time out to calm his girls down after Rivendell tied the game in the final minute. Proctor scored to win 52-50 to improve their record to 5-0 this season. PROCTOR-The Varsity ...

  • Proctor basketball begins the season strong

    Local News

    PROCTOR- The 5th & 6th grade boys basketball team has opened their season with three straight victories and a tournament championship. Phantom boys victorious over Fair Haven The Proctor Phantoms started off with an ...

  • Praise & Laser Tag Event

    The Proctor Youth Group holds its 1st Praise & Laser Tag at the Union Church in Proctor from 6-9 p.m. For grades 6-12 only. Grades 6-8 will be from 6-7:30 p.m.; grades 9-12 from 7:30-9 p.m. $5 per person for 8 minutes of ...

  • Proctor Place 10.13

    Local News

    (photo above) Some members of the Proctor 7/8 grade girls soccer team and friends enjoy the rest of homecoming after winning their game against West Rutland 4-0. Abby McKearin scored 3 goals while Olivia Valerio added one. ...

  • Proctor Place 10.6

    Local News

    The Proctor Town Clerk would like to remind all residents that the sewer tax is due October 15. The Proctor Free Library is holding International Observe the Moon night (InOMN) on Saturday, October 8 from 7:30pm-8:45pm. InO ...

  • RCHS Golf Benefit

    11th annual golf tournament to benefit the Rutland County Humane Society, at Proctor-Pittsford Country Club. Captain & crew begins 1 PM; registration starts 11:45 AM. Pre-registration suggested. Teams of 4; limit of 30 t ...

  • Proctor Place 9.29

    Local News

    The Proctor School Board minutes for late August were finally released for publication. Here are some of the highlights. Superintendent, Debra Taylor presented an Activities Coordinator contract for Jake Eaton in the amount ...

  • Proctor Update 9/6

    Breaking News

      As of September 5th it looks like all roads are currently back open in Proctor. The area down by Gorham Bridge road is safe to travel although you can still see a lot of flooded and destroyed fields. The housing on ...

  • Rick Redington & the Luv (1)

    Performs at Our Yard Free Concert Series in Proctor Park. Rain site, Franklin's Restaurant.

  • Darlingside

    Performing at Our Yard Free Concert Series in Proctor Park. Rain site, Franklin's Restaurant.

  • Caitlin Canty

    Our Yard Free Concert Series in Proctor Park. Rain site, Franklin's Restaurant.