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News Briefs: Rutland Region

By Lani Duke Infrastructure failure continues to perplex Underground drinking water lines must be replaced this year, says Rutland City public works commissioner Jeff Wennberg. There are more than 100 miles of them, the oldest laid down before Abraham Lincoln […]

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Phoenix Books begins new chapter in Rutland

RUTLAND — Phoenix Books officially opened its doors Monday, Sept. 28, to a crowd of supporters and customers anxious to support the store, independent bookselling and the ongoing revitalization of downtown Rutland. “It’s a spectacular addition to downtown and a symbol […]

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Local News

New businesses open doors in September

By Polly Lynn Business has been good this summer for many area businesses with increased activities at Killington Resort, (mostly) cooperative weather and a growing local and national economy; now more are looking to join their ranks. This month, the […]

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News Briefs

News Briefs: Rutland Region

The downtown parking deck struggles RUTLAND—You wouldn’t think a simple concrete structure with a couple of elevators and a ramp connecting its tiers would be such a fiscal sinkhole. Long-term users can pay $55 per month (discounted for Rutland Area […]

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