The Rutland Herald - Rutland Herald Sun Feb 25 6:15 AM
Street Talk: Leaders got to lead
Cielo Corrente, Rutland Yeah, I think we can just start with having more laws or more priorities for people to have a gun for the first time. RH: Do you have a gun? CC: No. RH: Do you want a gun? CC: No.
Feb 25 1:24AM Rutland Herald

Horde holds back charge by Whitchester
WEST RUTLAND West Rutland's Jenee McGee drilled a 3-point field goal with 2:35 remaining for what was arguably the biggest basket of her team's 31-23 victory over Whitchester in Saturday's regular season finale. It was a one-possession game (26-23) when McGee connected from beyond the arc. She had been making one after another from long distance in pregame warm-ups []
Feb 24 10:21PM Rutland Herald

Raiders top Lakers, pegged to face Wolves
Playoff games on the road aren't easy but Rutland High School earned itself a better chance in the Division I basketball tournament on Saturday. The Raiders girls topped Colchester 40-28 in a Division I finale at Keefe Gym and will travel to South Burlington as the 13th seed (8-12) in the first round on Tuesday or Wednesday. A loss would []
Feb 24 10:12PM Rutland Herald

No injuries, many accidents on I(cy)-89 in Williamstown
WILLIAMSTOWN - No one was injured in a flurry of Friday afternoon accidents that occurred on an ice-slicked one-mile stretch of Interstate 89 and limited northbound traffic to one lane for nearly three hours. A combination of freezing temperatures and freezing rain produced an unusually slick surface that caught several motorists - one of them driving a tractor-trailer truck - []
Feb 24 9:36PM Rutland Herald

Randolph Center man cited for DUI in Rutland
RUTLAND - A Randolph Center man is facing a charge of drunken driving after he was pulled over by police for an undisclosed motor vehicle violation shortly before 1 a.m. on Woodstock Avenue.
Feb 24 9:31PM Rutland Herald

Berlin board hires Rutland Town's Boynton as replacement for retiring principal
BERLIN - The School Board has selected a successor for retiring Principal Carol Amos, offering the job to the 39-year-old principal of Rutland Town School. Aaron Boynton will move into Amos' recently renovated office on July 1, after he wraps up work in Rutland Town and Amos calls it a career in Berlin. Amos, who took over the helm of []
Feb 24 9:29PM Rutland Herald

New Jersey woman faces drunken driving charge
WALLINGFORD - A Friday night tip involving a potentially intoxicated woman driving away from a location in Clarendon led to her being pulled over by state police a short time later on Route 103 in neighboring Wallingford. Police said they received the report shortly before 9 p.m.
Feb 24 9:23PM Rutland Herald

Truck driver blames deer for crash that closed Route 22A for five hours
ADDISON - A Florida truck driver escaped injury, but not a traffic ticket following an early morning crash that closed an ice-covered section of Route 22A for several hours on Saturday. State police said the accident occurred shortly before 6 a.m.
Feb 24 9:20PM Rutland Herald

Feb 24 7:00AM Rutland Herald

Sheila M. Carroll
Sheila Mary Carroll, 91, of Rutland, died peacefully at her home Feb. 21, 2018. She was born in Rutland, July 16, 1926, daughter of Henry J.
Feb 24 7:00AM Rutland Herald

Today's Crossword
Feb 24 7:00AM Rutland Herald

Feb 24 7:00AM Rutland Herald

Rita M. Benson
WEST RUTLAND Rita M. Benson, 92, died Feb. 20, 2018, at Rutland Regional Medical Center.
Feb 24 7:00AM Rutland Herald

Anthony R. Bennett
Feb 24 7:00AM Rutland Herald

Hagar the Horrible
Feb 24 7:00AM Rutland Herald

Norman J. Reed
GOSHEN The funeral service for Norman John Reed, 77, who died Tuesday, Feb. 20, 2018, will be held at 11 a.m.
Feb 24 7:00AM Rutland Herald

For Better or For Worse
Feb 24 7:00AM Rutland Herald

Robert A. Corey
PAWLET Robert A. Corey, 77, died Thursday, Feb. 22, 2018.
Feb 24 7:00AM Rutland Herald

Rutland Region Arts Preview
Sophie Shao and friends MIDDLEBURY Praised by World News for her sensitive, stylistic playing, with great finesse, emotion, and gorgeous tone, cellist Sophie Shao a perennial Middlebury favorite has surrounded herself with some of the most talented artists in music. She returns for her 10th consecutive season on the Middlebury Performing Arts Series with a new ensemble []
Feb 24 5:30AM Rutland Herald

Central Vermont Arts Preview
Fractured fairy tales ROCHESTER What happens when you set talented young creators and performers loose on fairy and folk tales for four days of intense collaboration? Theatrical magic. Bald Mountain Theater presents BMT's All Stars, young actors tearing into fairy and folk tales from Japan, southeast Russia, and Aesop's Fables, at 7:30 p.m.
Feb 24 5:29AM Rutland Herald