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Rutland Herald 42m
JOHNSON — Vermont Electric Cooperative (VEC) is now offering a $250 bill credit to members who purchase a Level II electric vehicle charger.
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Rutland Herald 42m
SOUTH BURLINGTON — Last weekend, in its largest convention in two decades, the Vermont AFL-CIO elected a progressive reform leadership for its approximately 10,000 members statewide, according to a news release. 
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SPRINGFIELD — Brady Clark had two touchdowns in the first quarter to put Springfield up 16-0 and the undefeated Cosmos were off and running to a 46-7 victory over Otter Valley at Brown Field.
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BRANDON — The Mill River and Otter Valley girls soccer teams entered Friday's game at Markowski Field starved for a win with only a single victory apiece. Neither team got one. Mill River and the Otters fought through 20 minutes of overtime play onl…
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Rutland Herald 6h
Many across the state spent Friday mourning the death of a man whose life’s work was preserving Vermont’s history.
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POULTNEY — Hundreds of Green Mountain College items were sold at auction Friday during an online event to raise money for maintaining the campus while it's for sale, including the iconic kaleidoscope that once stood on the lawn of the Surdam Art Bui…
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Rutland Herald 6h
Rutland City Police are going to keep close watch over certain intersections next week.
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Rutland Herald 6h
MONTPELIER — Hundreds of students and residents gathered in the Capital City Friday for the Global Climate Strike.
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Rutland Herald 7h
On Friday, thousands of Vermonters— led by young people throughout the state, the nation and across the globe — joining in a multitude of global climate strikes, walking out into the streets with signs and banners calling the community to recognize …
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Rutland Herald Sep 19
WALLINGFORD — A year ago in October the Town Hall Concert Series kicked off with the bluegrass band Daddy Long Legs. The trio will be back to play Oct. 2, and with them a chance for townsfolk to meet the new recreation director.
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Rutland Herald Sep 19
When Starbucks comes to Rutland, the company plans on bringing Chipotle with it.
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Rutland Herald Sep 19
The United Way of Rutland County is trying again.
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Rutland Herald Sep 19
PROCTOR — The owners of the former Vermont Marble Co. building expect it will soon play a role in the state’s growing hemp industry.
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Rutland Herald Sep 19
Joe Harrington always went the distance. As a distance runner at Burr and Burton, he was good enough to set a state record in the 3000 meters that stood for eight years; good enough to make him a member of the inaugural BBA Hall of Fame class in 200…
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Rutland Herald Sep 19
Rutland-Southern Vermont Regional Airport has a special guest for the next three days: A B-17G Flying Fortress bomber aircraft designed in the 1930s, built in 1945 and restored to its original glory, and it's taking on passengers for a once-in-a-lif…
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Rutland Herald Sep 19
It's Week 4 and Otter Valley is in an exciting place. It's been a few years since the Otters had a game this meaningful at the midway point of the football season.
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Rutland Herald Sep 18
NORTHFIELD – Norwich University paid tribute to one of its own this week.
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Rutland Herald Sep 18
On Saturday, the Turning Point Center will celebrate growth and participation with a walk in the right direction at their “Stomping out Stigma” event at Main Street Park, set to start at 1 p.m.
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Rutland Herald Sep 18
For the first time in its three-year history, timekeepers will track participants in the Vermont Great 2.4.6.8K Run-Walk.
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Rutland Herald Sep 18
The South Burlington boys soccer team scored goals seven minutes apart and took a 2-0 lead into halftime, but then had to hold off a valiant Rutland team to win 2-1 on Wednesday at Alumni Field.
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