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  • They were creepy and kooky, but so much fun...

    Columns  > Boomers

    Boomer television memories - we all have many of them. So many of the shows I loved as a kid were family sit-coms. I could easily become engrossed in the hijinks of Dennis the Menace as he tortured Mr. Wilson. Opie and his p ... full story

  • GMO, OMG

    Cool Things Happening

    Wednesday, April 23  •  6 p.m. GMO, OMG film showing at Rutland Free Library. GMO OMG film director and concerned father Jeremy Seifert is in search of answers. How do GMOs affect our children, the health of our p ... full story

  • Vt. gets an A- for financial transparency

    Breaking News

    This year a national consumer group gave Vermont an A- for its effort to improve online "checkbook" level information about the state's finances. The nonprofit group has released an annual report card on financial transparen ... full story

  • Town of Killington proposes a mountain bike trail system

    Important Community Bulletins

    KILLINGTON - The Town of Killington wants to boost its appeal as an outdoor playground by establishing a mountain bike trail system on National Forest System land in the Green Mountain National Forest. The proposed project, ... full story

  • 4 Paws Academy owner recovers after near-fatal accident

    Important Community Bulletins

    RUTLAND - On Thursday, April 10, at approximately 8:42 a.m., members of the Vermont State Police responded to a two vehicle crash, with entrapment, on Vermont Route 3 near the railroad tracks in the Town of Rutland. It was r ... full story

  • ‘Skimmers’ attempt to cross pond

    Features

    Photo courtesy of Killington Resort Skiers and riders will take part in the annual pond skimming competition at Killington, Saturday -a rite of spring Saturday, April 19 at 11 a.m. - KILLINGTON - Saturday morning spec ... full story

  • Sugarers soured by Rolling Stone’s feature

    Features

    Maple sugarers are soured (as are many other Vermont communities and residents) by Rolling Stone's feature "The New Face of Heroin" published April 3, that portrayed Vermont as a drug-ridden state with little going for it an ... full story

  • Charter Hill Solar Project in Rutland City to begin in May, permits pending

    Important Community Bulletins

    RUTLAND - Green Lantern Development, a Waterbury-based alternative energy developer, plans to build a 1-megawatt solar facility at the end of Grandview Terrace. The Charter Hill Solar Project at Grandview Terrace is wit ... full story

  • Killington’s Peak Lodge hosts Easter Sunrise Service

    Cool Things Happening

    Sunday, April 20 at 6:30 a.m. - What better way to start off Easter Sunday than with a Sunrise Service at the Peak? Then watch the kids as they search for treats left behind by the local Easter Bunny. Easter Sunrise Se ... full story

  • Shumlin predicts strong 2014 maple sugar season, despite late start

    Features

    On April 3, Gov. Peter Shumlin kicked off Vermont's 2014 maple sugar season officially, tapping a maple tree at the Trapp Family Lodge sugarhouse in Stowe. The Governor predicted a strong maple season despite the late star ... full story

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