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House closes budget gap with $113 left over

By Elizabeth Hewitt, www.VTDigger.org Lawmakers on the House Appropriations Committee were left with relief and a $113 surplus after unanimously approving an FY 2016 state budget plan Monday. The committee scrounged together enough in cuts, one-time money and revenue to […]

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Playful artistry

By Richard Podlesney Killington artist Peter Gould works on murals in the children’s room at the Sherburne Memorial Library on River Road. The work has been commissioned by the Town of Killington and Friends of the Library. The colorful murals […]

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Rutland City receives clean audit report

First time city has received a report with no material weaknesses or significant deficiencies RUTLAND — The City of Rutland has earned its fourth unqualified audit opinion with the completion of the FY 2014 audit.  City Treasurer Wendy Wilton presented the […]

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Police direct lost skier to safety

KILLINGTON — On March 21 at approximately 1:04 p.m., the Vermont State Police-Rutland Barracks received an Emergency 911 call from Michael Ferragamo, age 30 from Saugus, Mass. Ferragamo advised, he was snowboarding on the Ridge Run Trail at Killington Ski Resort and […]

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