WEST RUTLAND Lee Forte, 85, May 17, 2018. She was born in Ogdensburg, NY, Dec. 28, 1932, the daughter of Harold J.
Mary Manfredi, 91, of Rutland, died June 19, 2018, at The Pines at Rutland. A full obituary will be published at a later date. Arrangements are by Tossing Funeral Home.
The graveside service for Richard A. Butler, 84, of Rutland Town, who died Feb. 21, 2018, will be held at 1 p.
WHITING Treverton D. Ted Ketcham, 93, died Tuesday, June 19, 2018, at Helen Porter Healthcare and Rehabilitation Center in Middlebury. A full obituary will be published at a later date.
KENNEBUNK, Maine John R. Jack Hendee, formerly of Cape Nedd ick, ME, passed away Wednesday, Jan. 24, 2018.
WESTON Lila Marie ( Costello) Mansur, 85, died June 16, 2018, at Springfield Health & Rehabilitation Center. She was born May 22, 1933, the daughter of James and Vivien (Tatro) Costello, of Springfield. She graduated in 1951 from Springfield High School.
CHESTER Lauren S. Pullman, 62, died Wednesday, June 13, 2018, at her home. She was born July 31, 1955, in Bronx, New York, the daughter of Robert and Eleanor (Kurtzweil) Pullman.
Christine K. O'Gorman, 51, of Mald e n , MA, formerly of Rutland, VT, passed away at her residence on June 14, 2018. Christine was born Oct.
WEST RUTLAND A graveside service for Beverly Chapin Flynn, 78, who died March 13, 2018, will be held Sunday, June 24, 2018, at 1 p.m. in Evergreen Cemetery in Pittsford.
CASTLETON Some of the faces have changed, but Nathan Bathalon is getting the kind of run support to which he grew accustomed this spring with the Fair Haven Slaters. Bathalon earned the victory with five innings of work and his Lakes Region teammates rapped out 11 base hits in their American Legion opener, a 7-2 win over Bennington Post 
Data collected by the Vermont State Police across the state in 2017 suggests progress in reducing, but not eliminating, racial disparities in traffic stops. For instance, 0.88 percent of white drivers pulled over in 2016 were also searched, compared to 2.
An environmental law clinic at the Vermont Law School and an environmental advocacy group are suing the state for certifying a local mosquito-control district to spray toxic pesticides as a first resort instead of the last. Before we endanger the health of the community, we should be trying every non-harmful alternative possible, said Woody Little, Vermont community organizer at the 
The U.S. Postal Service has officially declared its intention to move the Rutland Post Office next door.
The Paramount Theatre is going to the dogs in September. The theaters lineup for the month, announced Monday, opens with Olate Dogs and closes with a performance by Three Dog Night. Three other major names in American music Ziggy Marley, Michael McDonald and The Temptations are sandwiched in between.
WATERBURY Vermont State Police are reminding people that while possessing small amounts of marijuana will be legal next month, driving while stoned is still prohibited. Capt. James Whitcomb, staff operations commander, and Lt.
Mike Denno is no stranger to fishing things out of storm drains. Usually we get calls for someone losing their keys down a catchbasin, or a cellphone, Denno , the foreman in charge of wastewater collections for the Department of Public Works, said Tuesday afternoon. Its not every day we get a call for baby ducks.
While investigating an allegation that a man asked a 14-year-old girl through social media to have sex, police said they learned a local 18-year-old did have sex with her. On May 14, William Adam White, 31, of Rutland, was arraigned in Rutland criminal court on a felony count of attempting to lure a child into sexual exploitation. White pleaded not 
A Wallingford woman was charged with a felony after police said she drove drunk in Fair Haven on May 17 with her 1-year-old child in the car. Samantha Tyminski, 28, of Wallingford, pleaded not guilty on June 4 in Rutland court to a felony count of endangering a child younger than 2, two misdemeanor charges related to driving while under