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RUTLAND | Celebrating a largely unknown piece of important local history, a new sculpture honoring 20 men who joined the first African-American Civil War regiment in the north was added last month to the Rutland Sculpture Trail. Read more

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RUTLAND | For voters in the City of Rutland, this year’s mayoral race was a surprise conservative buffet. Read more

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RUTLAND | Popular arts-and-crafts retailer Hobby Lobby, which occupies the former site of Hannaford Supermarket on Main Street (U.S. Route 7), will close next month. Read more

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RUTLAND | Downtown Rutland got a homegrown tree to mark the season this year. Read more

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Last week in this editorial space we shared some good news about the City of Rutland. Read 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. Read 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. Read more

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RUTLAND | Mayor David Allaire of Rutland shared his photo of the Jump Fore Fun sculpture at the Rutland City Winterfest event located at Main Street Park. Read more

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RUTLAND | Rutland City Police Department K9’s King Cobalt and King Jagger told us it’s going to be 32 degrees above zero for a few days. Read more

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RUTLAND | Spring is only two and half months away and Rutland Blooms is preparing for a glorious downtown Rutland. Read more

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RUTLAND | Officials of the City of Rutland and Rutland City Firefighters IAFF Local 2323 agreed to a labor contract on Nov. 13, which will run through the end of the city’s 2020 fiscal year. Read more

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RUTLAND | Vermont Gov. Phil Scott (left) visited Rutland last week to meet with Rutland Mayor David Allaire (right) and greet a former resident of Puerto Rico, a hospitality worker who came to Rutland following Hurricane  Maria. Read more

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RUTLAND | Chapter 1, Vietnam Veterans of America, will rededicate the Rutland County Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Main Street Park in Rutland Saturday, Nov. 11, at 10 a.m. Read more

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RUTLAND | The Second Annual Northwest Rutland Fall Festival kicked off last weekend with residents arriving in Halloween costumes ready to carve pumpkins, paint gourds, and create scary masks to the beat of Monster Mash. Read more

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ELIZABETHTOWN | A national headline getting 2014 report in Rolling Stone dubbed Vermont, as “America’s capital of heroin”. Read more

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RUTLAND — A former state legislator and city alderman president, Rutland Mayor David Allaire is a fiscally-minded Republican who seeks to jump start the Rutland County shire town of 16,500. Read more

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GROUDBREAKING — Rutland Mayor Dave Allaire (third from left) got a shovel ready job June 6 as part of groundbreaking ceremony at Whites Park for the new community pool which will open next summer. Read more

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RUTLAND - Rutland Mayor Dave Allaire has praised the announcement June 6 of two major downtown-area real estate purchases. Read more

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VERGENNES — According to Vermont Gov. Phil Scott, Vermont’s future will depend upon an expanded tax base of working individuals, an influx of new businesses and the biggest kingpin in any state’s growth equation: job creation. Read more

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RUTLAND —  Mayor David Allaire said that good-paying jobs and economic development are on the top of his agenda for his first term serving in office at Rutland City Hall. Read more

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    The Solar Electric Power Association presented Green Mountain Power the 2013 investor-owned Utility of the Year Award in Rutland City Hall last week for its initiative incorporating solar as a cost-effective solution for its customers and for its most recent decision to make Rutland the Solar Capital of New England.

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    APPLE PROS — Small Dog Electronics, based in Waitsfield, held its Rutland store grand opening at 116 West St. May 4. In-store specials included significant discounts with the purchase of any MacBook Pro or MacBook Air with AppleCare. Customers alos received up to 60 percent off select Altec Lansing speakers. The new Rutland store hours are Monday-Saturday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. The business is closed on Sunday.