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Rutland Herald
Doing the honors
Rutland Herald
John Socinski and Cecelia Scott carry a wreath to the then-new World War II Memorial in West Rutland in August 2015. Westside is planning one of the region's Memorial Day events Monday. ALBERT J. MARRO / STAFF FILE PHOTO. West Rutland hopes to ...

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Rutland Herald
Rutland artists invite you in
Rutland Herald
Every year the Vermont Craft Council presents Open Studio Weekend. This year marks the 25th such event. Across the state 220 artists are displaying their work and demonstrating their methods, and there are six sites right here in Rutland and West Rutland.



Rutland Herald
Local Republican Party will seek a Senate replacement
Rutland Herald
Sen. Peg Flory and Sen. Kevin Mullin talk on election night in November 2010 at the former South Station Restaurant. CASSANDRA HOTALING / STAFF FILE PHOTO. A vacancy just opened up in the Rutland County delegation to the Vermont Senate. Sen.

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Making best use of Yankee site
Rutland Herald
The following letter is by Sens. Peg Flory, R-Rutland; Brian Collamore, R-Rutland; Richard Mazza, D-Chittenden Grand Isle; Robert Starr, D-Essex-Orlens; and Dustin Degree, R-Franklin: On Tuesday, April 18, Gov. Phil Scott discussed the accomplishments ...



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Rutland school board says talks with teachers at impasse
vtdigger.org
RUTLAND — The city school board has declared an impasse in its contract negotiations with the union that represents teachers. The union, meanwhile, said it's willing to continue negotiating and is asking the board to come back to the table. The school ...







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