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RUTLAND | Rutland, Vermont, has the fewest violent crimes per 1,000 residents  (0.50), which is 40.9 times fewer than in Detroit, the city with the most at 20.47, according to a new survey by the personal-finance website WalletHub.com. more

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RUTLAND | Each year Rutland Regional Medical Center recognizes a physician and a nurse practitioner, physician assistant, or other whose contributions to the greater Rutland community, medical center staff, and patients represent the highest ideals i more

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RUTLAND | Rutland resident and nurse practitioner Michelle Wade defines excellence. more

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RUTLAND |  The State 4-H Dairy Quiz Bowl, March 17 provided a fun, and challenging, opportunity for 4-Hers, ages 8 to 18, to test their dairy knowledge. more

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RUTLAND | The City of Rutland is one of the communities Vermont Gov. Phil Scott and the Vermont Department of Tourism and Marketing (VDTM) would like to see a community for new working families deciding to make Vermont their new home. more

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RUTLAND | For the second time in 18 months, the Times Argus and Rutland Herald newspapers will have new owners, according to Herald reporter David Delcore. more

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Rutland Regional Medical Center is the largest employer in Rutland County with over 1,700 employees and more than 300 volunteers.  How is it that a large company has such high employee retention? more

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RUTLAND | In spite of snowy weather conditions over 150 local community members and luminaries gathered together last week or Rutland Regional Medical Center’s 2018 Annual Meeting and retirement celebration for hospital President and CEO Tom Huebner. more

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RUTLAND | A planned sculpture in downtown Rutland will honor 20 of Rutland’s heroic African-American Civil War veterans. more

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VERGENNES | Gov. Phil Scott announced he will designate a so-called opportunity zone in Vergennes. more

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RUTLAND | At a recent public meeting held in downtown Rutland, members and clients of the Addison County Parent-Child Center advised House Budget Appropriations Committee legislators on the center’s services in the community. more

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RUTLAND | Members of the Budget House Appropriations Committee hosted a open meeting at the Rutland School District board room recently to hear testimony on what should be included in the appropriations bill. more

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RUTLAND | City of Rutland voters approved the $52,635,059 school budget and the city’s $21,393,763 operating budget, the first submitted by Mayor David Allaire. more

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RUTLAND | Rutland City Mayor David Allaire swears in Brendon LaFaso as the newest member of the Rutland City Fire Department on Feb. 27. more

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RUTLAND | Born and raised in Castleton, Josiah Burke is the youngest of seven siblings. more

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RUTLAND | PEGTV is currently running a series “Generations, Stories from Rutland County” which focuses on local families who grew up in the Rutland area. more

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