officials in Rutland say many local residents are still reeling from last
week’s car crash that killed 17-year old Carly Ferro and injured her father and
several others. To help encourage
healing, the city is organizing a community meeting tonight where mental health
counselors will be able to talk with neighbors who live or work near the crash
It was standing room only on Saturday at the Rutland
Country Club as hundreds came to remember, laugh, cry, tell stories and say
goodbye to Carly Jean Ferro, who was killed in a car accident last week.
How best to purify municipal
drinking water is becoming a hotly debated topic in many Vermont cities and towns. Rutland residents will likely weigh in at the polls in
November – deciding between adding chloramine to their water or building a more
costly filtration system.