Featured, Local News

K-12 school reopened Tuesday

Local schools see significant increase in registration numbers By Polly Mikula Vermont’s K-12 students returned to school on Tuesday, Sept. 8, for the first time since March 15 when the governor ordered schools to close to in-person instruction. Reopening schools has […]

Read More

Featured, Local News

Q&A with Tabitha Moore: ‘I am not OK’

By Emma Cotton/VTDigger Tabitha Moore, a sixth-generation Vermonter, is known for being outspoken about racial injustice, particularly in Rutland County, where she lives and leads a chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People. Oft-quoted by media outlets, […]

Read More

Local News

Hartland church chooses new pastor

After an 11-month search, the First Congregational Church of Hartland has selected a new pastor — Amy Davin of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. On Sunday, Aug. 23 the congregation unanimously voted for her to lead the church. She will become the church’s […]

Read More

Local News

VINS announces new homeschool offerings

QUECHEE— As families seek new approaches to education in the wake of Covid-19, the Vermont Institute of Natural Science (VINS) is excited to announce expanded homeschool programs for this fall. Programs will be available to families with children in pre-K […]

Read More

Mountain Times Newsletter

Sign up below to receive the weekly newsletter, which also includes top trending stories and what all the locals are talking about!