Killington, VT


Killington to open K-1 Lodge after delay

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Karen Bowles, 85

Karen Bowles (Riggs) 85, of Killington passed away on December 12, 2022. She was predeceased by her husband, George. She is survived by her brother Peter, sisters-in-law Margaret Powers and Lucy Bowles, brother-in-law Raymond Bowles and many nieces, nephews, grandnieces and grandnephews. Karen was born in 1937 to Irene Manning...

Rally to find lost dog shows Killington’s resilience, power of community

By Victoria Gaither How do you define a community? Webster’s Dictionary defines a community as a group with shared values, interests, and goals.  While that is true, the story of Arlo, the missing 1-year-old dog, and how the Killington community […] Read More The post Rally to find lost dog shows Killington’s resilience, power of community appeared first on The Mountain Times.

Man accused of pointing gun at tractor-trailer driver on I-93 in Bow

A Vermont man is due in court next month after New Hampshire State Police said he took out a gun during a road rage incident. Matthew Therrien, of Killington, is accused of pointing a gun at a tractor-trailer driver while the two were on Interstate 93 in Bow on Wednesday morning.

2 arrested for stealing guitar, credit card in Rutland

RUTLAND — Police say they have arrested two people in Rutland following a theft that took place last month. On December 18, authorities were notified of a theft complaint on Vale Road. The caller told police that someone had just taken two vintage guitars from his vehicle by breaking...

‘Reel’ in fun with free fishing day

BARNARD, Vt. (WCAX) - Vermont Fish and Wildlife will host the annual Free Ice Fishing Day Saturday. For the first time since the start of the pandemic, there will be a fishing festival. It goes from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Silver Lake State Park in Barnard. “The Ice...

One Adult, Two Teens Arrested for Trafficking Fentanyl, Illegal Guns in Western Massachusetts

The Massachusetts State Police arrested three suspects accused of trafficking drugs and carrying illegal firearms in Massachusetts last week. According to reports from Massachusetts State Troopers, at approximately 10 p.m. on January 16, Trooper Anthony Levigne, assigned to Shelburne Falls barracks, was patrolling Route 91 in Greenfield when he observed a gray Subaru Impreza with a defective license plate light. Trooper Levigne activated his blue lights and initiated a traffic stop on the vehicle.

Vermont native to compete on 'Jeopardy!' on Friday

LUDLOW, Vt. — Another Vermonter is headed to Hollywood to test their skills on Jeopardy!. Ludlow native Jake DeArruda, 23, will compete on the popular quiz show on Friday night. Fellow competitors include Dee Williams, a Boston research associate, and the returning champion from Thursday night's matchup. >>>Video above:...

Killington hosts K-1 Lodge grand opening celebration

Thursday, Jan. 26 at 6 p.m.—KILLINGTON—The New K-1 Lodge is open! The public is cordially invited to a grand opening celebration and ribbon cutting of the brand new, state-of-the-art K-1 Base Lodge. Nearly three years in the making, this new lodge is almost twice the size of its predecessor, with three floors, 900 seats, 45 restrooms and the first escalator in Rutland County. Join us from 6-8 p.m. on Thursday, Jan. 26 inside the K-1 Lodge to toast the past, present and future of Killington Resort. Killington President and General Manager Mike Solimano will give a brief update on the lodge and resort. Hors d’oeuvres and cocktails will be served, and attendees will be invited to explore the lodge’s many amenities, enjoy live music, and mingle with the local community members that made the building possible.

Two arrested in Rutland drug sweep

RUTLAND — Two people were arrested in Rutland yesterday. Police say they executed a search and seizure warrant at a home on Baxter Street. Officers located suspected drugs and a firearm during the search. Police have charged Trevor Vandenburgh, 31, of Rutland, with drug-related charges. He was issued a...

Ludlow citizen on Jeopardy Jan. 27

LUDLOW, Vt. – Jake DeArruda, a delivery dispatcher from Ludlow, Vt., is set to compete on America’s favorite quiz show on Jan. 27 on WPTZ-TV (NBC). Please check your local listing for additional information or visit

Rutland woman arrested for stealing credit cards

RUTLAND — A 26-year-old woman was arrested following an incident in Rutland earlier this month. On January 3, authorities say they were made aware of two credit cards being fraudulently used at Price Chopper. The victim told police that his wallet had been taken from an unlocked vehicle on...

Luce Farm opens CBD store with view into extraction process

Luce Farm Wellness, the certified organic CBD company, has a new store in Killington. After about a year of renovations to the building on Route 4, Luce Farm is open and selling everything from CBD-infused honey, to gumdrops, to dog treats. All the products are made on location and it’s one of the only stores in the northeast that allows customers to see how CBD is made.

Woodstock Union High School looks to build new net-zero building

WOODSTOCK, Vt. (WCAX) - School infrastructure improvements are a common conversation in Vermont as buildings age. One Vermont town is looking to have voters approve a bond for improvements but wants to make sure it’s environmentally friendly, too. Woodstock Union High School’s building was built in 1957 with a...

Public hearing for Killington’s new water system outlines scope, mitigation requirements

The town of Killington hosted an environmental review public hearing for its proposed public water system as part of its regular Select Board meeting on Monday, Jan. 23. “It’s a brand new public drinking water system for the town and includes all the elements of source, transmission, pumping, storage and distribution,” explained Wayne Elliot of Aldrich and Elliot Consultants, who is managing the system planning for the town and made a powerpoint presentation at the hearing.

Fair Haven boys basketball overcomes tough test against Hartford

FAIR HAVEN, Vt. — It's been a magical season for Fair Haven boys basketball, and the Slaters' fantastic play on the court hasn't been stopped this season. Despite facing a tough test against a one-loss Hartford squad, Fair Haven's Sawyer Ramey helped carry his team to a 58-49 win thanks to a 21-point effort.