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City Creek Path advances

By Katy Savage RUTLAND— Plans to complete the City Creek Path are underway. The City Creek Path has been 10 years in the making. Once completed, it will be a paved, handicapped-accessible path that connects Giorgetti Park to the College […]

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News Briefs

News Briefs: Rutland Region May 18

By Lani Duke New board members at RMHS RUTLAND CITY—Rutland Mental Health Services (RMHS) recently announced that five new members are joining its board of directors. They are: Rutland City Police Chief Brian Kilcullen, Rutland City Treasurer Wendy Wilton, general […]

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Sports

CSJ weekly athletics roundup

Submitted Maggie Miller College of St. Joseph is celebrating a winning week, highlighted by the softball team’s first Yankee Small College Conference Championship win on Saturday, May 7. The baseball team spent the week preparing for their second-straight United States Collegiate […]

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Sports

CSJ weekly athletics roundup

It was a lopsided week for College of St. Joseph athletics, with the baseball team continuing their dominance and going a perfect 6-0, and the softball team taking a couple steps back going 0-5. Fighting Saints baseball has improved their […]

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Sports

CSJ weekly round up

It was another action-packed week for spring sports at College of St. Joseph, with baseball and softball playing 13 games collectively. Fighting Saints baseball went 7-2 and received the No. 1 ranking in the USCAA Coaches’ Poll for the fourth […]

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Sports

CSJ Weekly Round Up

College of St. Joseph Fighting Saints baseball went on the road to Lynn, Mass., to play Fisher College in a five-game set that began on April 8. They were able to finish on Sunday with a five-game sweep, extending the […]

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Sports

CSJ weekly athletics roundup

RUTLAND — As is often the case, early spring baseball can be a difficult time to guarantee whether or not games will actually be played, with the possibility they will be rained or even snowed out. College of St. Joseph […]

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Sports

CSJ weekly athletics roundup

The College of St. Joseph men’s and women’s basketball teams had yet another successful week in which they finished with a combined record of 4-1. It was their last week of the regular season, and they will be playing in […]

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Rutland Region

Rutland City Rutland leaders discuss affordable housing at Candidates’ Forum Too many of Rutland’s landlords don’t live in their own rental units, incumbent alderman candidate William Notte commented at a Feb. 10 public forum. He was responding to a question […]

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