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Free to browse at Free Store in South Royalton
08-18-2023 9:56 PM

Jim Kenyon: For-profit prison sees Vermont inmates nickel-and-dimed while doing time
08-14-2023 9:57 PM


I never thought a price tag could be put on reading, but the Vermont Department of Corrections has found a way.On Aug. 1, the DOC implemented a policy change that in upcoming months will increase the cost of purchasing new books, among other items, by...

Cornered in White River Junction
08-14-2023 10:39 AM

Police: Man’s death at festival in Bethel was accidental overdose
08-10-2023 1:42 PM

BETHEL — The death of a 35-year-old man at the Firefly Arts Festival in Bethel in July has been ruled an accidental drug overdose, police said in a news release on Thursday.Vermont State Police identified the man, whose identity had been withheld...

Police: Bethel man reported missing found safe
08-10-2023 1:25 PM

BETHEL — An 83-year-old Bethel man was found safe on Thursday after being reported missing the day before, according to Vermont State Police. Allan Greenberg was reported missing after having been last heard from at approximately at 6 p.m. on...

Royalton talk explores Abenaki sites and history
08-09-2023 9:12 AM


ROYALTON — Applause rang out inside the Royalton Academy Building Saturday afternoon as John Moody rose in front of a packed audience, but Moody was quick to shush it.Moody, who runs the Winter Center for Indigenous Traditions in Norwich along with...

Short-lived Norwich chief left for job with Vermont DMV
08-07-2023 3:16 PM

NORWICH — Former Norwich Police Chief Wade Cochran took a job at the Vermont Department of Motor Vehicles, according to a news release from the DMV.Cochran, a Waterford, Vt., resident, has been named DMV enforcement and safety director, the news...

Route 113 reopens in Vershire
08-04-2023 4:54 PM

VERSHIRE — Route 113 has reopened between Darling Hill Road and Vershire Center Road, according to a Thursday evening news alert from the Vermont Agency of Transportation.The road had been closed since flooding on July 10 wiped out a bridge in...

Norwich hires interim police chief, prepares for town manager search
08-04-2023 4:49 PM


NORWICH — The town announced this week the hiring of Matthew Romei, the former chief of Vermont’s Capitol Police Department, as the town’s new interim chief of police.Romei, who effectively took over the department on Thursday, is replacing former...

Public input sought for process to determine where cell towers are located in Vermont 
08-03-2023 2:58 PM

WHITE RIVER JUNCTION — Vermont’s Public Service Department is seeking input on its siting process for telecommunications facilities, which includes equipment such as telephone poles and cell towers, in an effort to increase and streamline public...

Vermont cannabis retailer group rolls out ‘A Higher Calling’ to help relieve industry’s pains
07-31-2023 8:19 AM


MONTPELIER — In front of a newly gutted Capital Cannabis store Tuesday afternoon, the Cannabis Retailers Association of Vermont outlined a plan to raise money for the industry, members of which expect to lose tens of millions of dollars as a result of...

22 state buildings took a hit in Montpelier’s flooding; some will be closed for months
07-31-2023 8:17 AM


MONTPELIER — As with most of the capital’s downtown, many state government buildings face a long recovery before they can be fully open to employees and the public.The flooding earlier this month affected 22 state buildings in Montpelier, said...

Crisis pregnancy centers argue Vermont’s false-advertising law targets ‘their pro-life views’
07-30-2023 10:04 AM


Representatives of crisis pregnancy centers argue that a newly enacted Vermont law amounts to “viewpoint discrimination” by subjecting their businesses to false-advertising rules.The comments, made in interviews one day after the centers filed suit...

Maverick Lloyd Foundation gives $2.5 million to Vermont Law and Graduate School
07-29-2023 6:40 AM


The Sharon-based Maverick Lloyd Foundation has made a donation to Vermont Law and Graduate School that is among the biggest the school has ever received.Announced in the wake of flooding not seen in Vermont since Tropical Storm Irene, a $2.5 million...

Vermont Army National Guard celebrates 1st woman promoted to brigadier general
07-28-2023 7:35 PM


COLCHESTER, Vt. — The Vermont Army National Guard on Wednesday celebrated the first woman to be promoted to brigadier general. During a ceremony at Camp Johnson, Col. Tracey Poirier acknowledged the promotion gives her greater visibility, but said...

Police searching for thru-hiker last seen on July 9
07-27-2023 1:28 PM

WHITE RIVER JUNCTION — A missing Appalachian Trail hiker from Rhinebeck, N.Y., was last seen headed north from Killington on July 9, according to Vermont State Police.Robert Kerker, 67, who goes by the trail name of “Steady Eddie,” was reported...

Photos: Hazmat scare in Hartford
07-25-2023 9:38 PM

Mudslide forces closure on Route 132
07-25-2023 6:16 AM

SOUTH STRAFFORD — A section of Rte. 132 between Thetford and Strafford is closed for at least a month to allow for emergency repairs to prevent the road from sliding into the West Branch of the Ompompanoosuc River, according to a Sunday Listserv post...

Moving monument in Hartland
07-21-2023 5:58 PM

Police: Boston man died at Bethel arts festival 
07-19-2023 4:17 PM

BETHEL — Police are investigating the death of a Boston man who died at an art festival in Bethel earlier this month.Vermont State Police said in a news release on Tuesday they learned at 11:26 p.m. on July 7 that the Bethel Fire Department and White...

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