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Crash sends car into building on West Street
A crash involving three cars on West Street at the corner of Wales Street sent one car head-on into the Fair Point building and at least one person was transported from the scene by Regional Ambulance Service at about noon on Wednesday. It was unclear how the accident occurred. Rutland City Police and Fire personnel responded to the scene.
Sep 20, 2017 4:14PM - Rutland Herald
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ROOM WITH A VIEW
With a view of downtown Rutland behind her, Castleton University senior Amber Houle searches through notes to share with a friend in the new student housing during an open house Monday night. CU recently expanded its student residency in Rutland, with a 30-bed, 10-room complex on the second floor of the Gryphon Building.
Sep 20, 2017 4:01AM - Rutland Herald
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Trump says hell destroy NKorea
UNITED NATIONS President Donald Trump brought a characteristically confrontational message to the United Nations on Tuesday as he vowed to totally destroy North Korea if it threatened the United States or its allies and denounced the nuclear agreement with Iran as an embarrassment that he may abandon. In his first address to the U.N.
Sep 20, 2017 4:01AM - Rutland Herald
A Rutland City man is being held in prison after being accused of murdering his longtime girlfriend at their Madison Street home on Aug. 27. Randal S.
Sep 20, 2017 4:01AM - Rutland Herald
Fee-fi-fo-fum, the Vermont Fairy Tale Festival is coming to Killington. The Sherburne Memorial Library is hosting what is being billed as the states first-ever fairy tale festival on Saturday. The free event which bears the formidable formal title of The Vermont Fairy Tale Festival: A Celebration of Vermonts Public Libraries will take place from 10 a.
Sep 20, 2017 4:01AM - Rutland Herald
BRANDON Leland & Gray has some quick, skilled boys soccer players with an aggressive style thats pretty to watch. Otter Valley did a little too much watching in the first half and fell 4-2 in a Marble Valley League game on Tuesday. The Rebels built a 3-1 lead by intermission and extended it to 4-1 before a late flourish []
Sep 20, 2017 4:01AM - Rutland Herald
The city will do an estimated $50,000 of paving work on South Main Street this fall to get about half a mile of the highway ready for the winter. Jeff Wennberg, commissioner of the Department of Public Works, told the Board of Aldermen at its meeting Monday that it was a bad news, good news, bad news situation. Because of []
Sep 20, 2017 4:01AM - Rutland Herald
A group of volunteers, mostly veterans of the Vietnam War, assemble marble tiles donated by Vermont Quarries Corp. at the Danby-Mount Tabor Veterans Memorial in Danby on Tuesday. From left is Lanny Sendra, Don Macheski, Greg Heaton of Green Mountain Power and Dan Garceau, a local builder.
Sep 20, 2017 4:01AM - Rutland Herald
Otter Valley stole the show in the team competition, with the boys winning the weekly cross-country meet at College of St. Joseph, and the girls finishing second. But the tiny Mill River contingent made a gigantic splash in the boys race.
Sep 20, 2017 4:01AM - Rutland Herald
Friends of Trina Fitzgerald, 58, of Rutland, whose Aug. 27 death was ruled a homicide, hope the community remembers the person they lost rather than just her death. Trina was a great person, said Renee Cole, a family friend who was in Rutland criminal court Tuesday.
Sep 20, 2017 4:01AM - Rutland Herald