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RUTLAND — The first Syrian refugee families have arrived in Rutland, one arriving Wednesday, and the second on Thursday. more

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RUTLAND – The ribbon was cut in celebration of the complete renovation of Diamonds and More in downtown Rutland. more

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RUTLAND — After months of withholding information about a refugee plan he devised in secret, Rutland Mayor Christopher Louras (D) last week tried to pressure the Board of Aldermen to release a report believed to support his action on resettlement. more

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RUTLAND — Rutland Board of Alderman President William Notte has reported that the City of Rutland’s plans to welcome 100 Syrian Civil War refugees in the community are on hold. more

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RUTLAND — Will Notte is using his role as senior bookseller at Phoenix Books in Rutland to educate residents about Syria and its people, following Mayor Christopher Louras’ controversial proposal to let up to 100 Syrian refugees settle in the city. more

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RUTLAND — A secret plan to make Rutland a permanent refugee resettlement community has divided residents and put the mayor’s political future in doubt. more

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RUTLAND — Members of the Board of Aldermen say they haven’t seen the city’s refugee resettlement application despite a claim by the mayor that the document’s availability proves he’s being transparent on the issue. more

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