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Danielle Beckett selected for Habitat home

RUTLAND—After an extensive search, Danielle Beckett and her two children will soon be living in the home Habitat for Humanity is building on Griswold Drive at Stone Gate in Rutland.  Jessica Cecot, chair of the Home Buyer Selection Committee, announced […]

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Punk in the Park rocked downtown

RUTLAND—On Saturday, Sept. 8, Punk in the Park celebrated its 13th year with live music from a dozen bands starting at noon at the gazebo in Main Street Park. Time Out Timmy (pictured above) was joined by Jonee Earthquake Band, […]

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City ash trees to come down

By Katy Savage RUTLAND—Back in the mid-1900s, when Dutch Elm Disease wiped out about 77 million elm trees, Vermont towns started replacing the canopy-like trees that lined streets and public parks with something similar—ash trees. Now, towns are contemplating how […]

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Water treatment system overflows

By Lani Duke RUTLAND—Heavy rains caused East Creek and, to a lesser extent, Otter Creek, to receive an unexpected addition of nearly 9.7 million gallons of partially treated wastewater and stormwater July 23. A report of the overflow became public […]

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