Like a nagging parent, Ted Coles deals every day with the food scraps left on Vermonters' plates.
Wed May 22, 2013
Museums welcome military personnel
Free admission for the military all summer long at the Vermont History Museum in Montpelier and the Vermont History Center in Barre.
Mon May 20, 2013
Police say women were smoking crack with 2-year-old in car
Arrested were Sarah Lucas, 32, the driver, and Ellen Smith, 31, the passenger and mother of the child, both of Barre, Vt.
Sat May 18, 2013
HDC request for Concord granite steps can't be met, says contractor
A contractor who installed new granite steps at the 1860 Custom House on Friday said he couldn't follow a Historic District Commission request that the granite come from Concord, because the only Concord quarry doesn't cut steps.
Wed May 15, 2013
Rutland City Police Dept. investigated for criminal misconduct
A detective from Barre is looking into claims of criminal misconduct by Rutland City police leaders made by a former member now suing the department.
Eyewitness: Collage Artist Ben Peberdy
White River Junction artist Benjamin Peberdy doesn't sign his name to the collages he creates, he brands them with a logo.
Wed May 08, 2013
Vermont's Masons Preserve the Craft of Dry Stone Walling
Stone by stone, inch by inch, Charley MacMartin is building a wall. It's a surprisingly simple undertaking.
Mon May 06, 2013
Even in Low-Wind Areas, Northern Power's New Turbines Are 'Blowhards'
Wind turbine manufacturer Northern Power is offering two new models designed specifically to capture more energy at sites where wind speed is relatively low.
Frances Bianchi and her son Eric, along with Eric's wife, Caitlin, are the owners of Bianchi Stone Crafters, founded by Frances' father-in-law, who came to Vermont in 1911 to work as a stone cutter in Barre.
Sun May 05, 2013
Woman killed in Randolph crash
Police say speed may have been a factor in a fatal crash in Randolph. It happened Friday evening on the Davis Road.
Wed May 01, 2013
In Barre, Native Son Charles Semprebon Leaves a Stone Sculpture Legacy
When Barre businessman Charles Semprebon died in 2009, the 66-year-old left more than $2 million to his city.
Food News: Brave Coffee & Tea Co. launches in Waterbury Center; North ...
For the three years that Chris and Heidi Townsend owned Black Cap Coffee in Stowe, they felt like the business had a split personality, they say.
Sun Apr 28, 2013
The Burlington Free Press
Hoar Saves, Wins at Thunder Road
BARRE - Brian Hoar knew he was going to win the American-Canadian Tour race at Lee USA Speedway two weeks ago.
Fri Apr 26, 2013
For the architecture geeks - a look inside the Chaffee
News, perspective, voting results and odds and ends from in and around Rutland's City Hall and the Rutland County Legislative delegation.