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Rutland Landlord Partners With Artists to Spur Creative Economy

The 77ART Residency was born out of an unusual alliance between Rutland businessman and property owner Mark Foley Jr. and retired Castleton University art professor and artist William Ramage. The residency is only the latest way in which Foley — with Ramage's help — is turning empty commercial spaces into places to create and exhibit contemporary art, at virtually no cost to the artists themselves.

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Friday Night Live: Free music, fun and games on tap

Friday Night Live will see Center Street in the city closed to traffic from 5 to 10 p.m. so people can enjoy music, food and games, said Nikki Hindman, marketing and events coordinator for the Downtown Rutland Partnership.

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Downtown named one of top 14 places to visit in Vermont

New England Cable News (NECN) recently listed Downtown Rutland as a can’t-miss place to visit on vacation in Vermont during their 2019 vacation week trip to the Green Mountain State. Their list included a range of activities around the state, including mountain biking destinations, hikes to waterfalls, and the best spots for foodies and artisan beverage connoisseurs.

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Center Street Alley Project Complete

After 10 years, roughly $1.4 million and several redesigns, the Center Street Alley project officially concluded Tuesday with a ribbon cutting on what the city has officially named the Center Street Marketplace Park. The former alley is now a patch of grass surrounded by new sidewalk, lights and a fence, with the “Stone Legacy” marble statue in the corner.

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