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Fitness studio comes to Ludlow

By Virginia Dean The grand opening celebration of T2B Athletics is scheduled for next Tuesday, Jan. 21 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. in the Okemo Marketplace. The newly-located business offers personal training, weightlifting, cross training, massage and high-intensity interval training […]

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Board votes to rehab Pomfret school

The building has been closed for two school years due to mold By Curt Peterson The Windsor Central Modified Unified Union School District (WCUSD) Board emerged from a short executive session Monday, Jan. 13, to unanimously vote to complete recommended […]

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Trees for sale from conservation district

Trees beautify our surroundings, help save energy and protect our waterways. For these reasons and others the Rutland Natural Resources Conservation District (a non- profit  organization) is offering a spring planting program. All stock is bare-root and is being offered […]

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State police trooper arrested for DUI

An off-duty Vermont State Police trooper was arrested for DUI in Rutland Jan. 6. Officer Misty Klementowski of the Rutland City Police Department arrested Craig Roland for DUI on Deer Street in Rutland City around 6 a.m. A roadside breathalyzer […]

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RRMC’s first baby of 2020 is born

Rutland Regional Medical Center welcomed its first baby born in 2020. A girl, McKinley Ann Jordan, was born at 7:07 a.m. on Jan. 2, weighing 5 pounds 7.4 ounces to parents Cheyenne Ford and Jonathan Jordan of Rutland.

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