News Briefs, police

Woman used car as weapon

PROCTOR—Police say a Proctor woman attempted to use a motor vehicle as a weapon last week and in doing so placed her two juvenile children in harm’s way. On the evening of Tuesday, July 18, state police with the Rutland […]

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Local News

Proctor bike path gets rolling

By Evan Johnson PROCTOR—Cyclists and pedestrians in the town of Proctor are looking for a safe way to get around, and in the coming months, a new bike path may become a reality. Last year, the town received a $27,000 […]

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Arts, Dining & Entertainment

Proctor turns 130

Saturday, Sept. 24 at 8 a.m.—PROCTOR—Join the town of Proctor for a few great events with one big celebration. The home of theVermont Marble Museum will be celebrating 130 years on  Saturday, Sept. 24, 8 a.m.-4 p.m. with a festival on […]

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