Make Valentines Day extra special in Downtown Rutland with these romantic date ideas.Read More
Art Is Vital presents “Experience the Wow!” 150 visual/word dioramas by Lou Scott, through Jan. 31, at The B&G Gallery, 74 Merchants Row in Rutland. Gallery hours are: 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday-Saturday; for information, email firstname.lastname@example.org.Read More
Buy tickets now for Kashmir: The Live Led Zeppelin Experience on Stage at The Paramount Theatre on Saturday, January 19th at 8pm.Read More
Stores around the state are wrapping up the holiday season and for many local, independent businesses, 2018 came bearing income a-plenty for local businesses.Read More
Halloween fanatics, many dressed for the occasion, fill the streets of downtown Rutland to see the Pumpkin Royalty, skeletons dancing about the streets, and the final unveiling of top secret floats at the Halloween Parade each year.
This year the 59th Halloween Parade will be held Oct. 27, 2018.Read More
The former Sabby’s building has a new owner who intends to finish renovations but does not plan to operate it himself.
J.R. Bullock, co-owner of Olivia’s Market, closed on the long-vacant downtown restaurant for $200,000 earlier this month and plans to complete the stalled renovations within a month’s time.Read More
At the recently opened Center Street Marketplace, Steve Peters, the partnership's executive director, and Nikki Hindman, marketing and events coordinator, set up a booth and, using colorful balloons, directed people to learn about more than a dozen new businesses in the downtowRead More
The Downtown Rutland Sculpture Trail hopes to celebrate this history with a series of about ten sculptures which will be created over the next 4-5 years. Organized by Rutland Blooms, the works are being carved in marble by artists at the Carving Studio and Sculpture Center in West Rutland.Read More
Developer Mark Foley is planning to open a restaurant in the long-vacant Strand theater, adjacent to the space formerly known as Center Street Alley.Read More
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.Read More