RSS

Breaking

ElisenBettyHandsRaised.jpg

Thom Randall

GLENS FALLS | Rep. Elise Stefanik (R-Willsboro) has won re-election to Congress, beating back challenges from Democrat Tedra Cobb and Green Party candidate Dr. Lynn Kahn in her bid for a third term. more

The Sun

delPozo.jpg

Photo via Twitter / Brandon del Pozo

KEENE | Burlington Police Chief Brandon del Pozo is recovering from injuries following a bicycle crash Saturday in Keene. more

The Sun

unnamed.jpg

Lohr McKinstry

Traffic reduced to single lane following early-morning act of vandalism more

The Sun

CHARLOTTE — An automobile driver died as the result of a collision on U.S. Route 7, in Charlotte, Nov. 3. The accident occurred at 1:30 a.m. more

The Vermont Eagle

tam-sign.jpg

Photo provided

MIDDLEBURY — The remains of a woman found along the TAM or “Trail Around Middlebury,” near the Seminary Street Extension, were identified as Sun Mi Shin, 28. Shin was a Korean citizen living in Fairfax, Va., police said. more

The Sun

SHOREHAM — Route 22A in Shoreham, just south of the intersection of Route 74 E, was closed due to a motor vehicle crash this morning. As of this afternoon, the road is now back open. more

The Vermont Eagle

Rutlan refugees.jpg

Photo courtesy U.K. Department for International Development

RUTLAND — Rutland Board of Alderman President William Notte has reported that the City of Rutland’s plans to welcome 100 Syrian Civil War refugees in the community are on hold. more

The Vermont Eagle

Essex County officials are fuming over what they say is a perversion of the election process by a public official. more

The Sun

The woman accused of smuggling tools to the pair of inmates who escaped from Clinton Correctional has plead guilty to a pair of charges related to the escape. more

The Sun

The family of a well-known Chittenden County physician left Vermont Superior Court in Middlebury earlier this week stunned that the Addison County State’s Attorney’s Office opted to charge the driver who allegedly struck and killed the doctor last month with a lesser charge. more

The Sun

The New York State Board of Regents has signed off on a proposal from Paul Smith’s College to add the name of a prominent donor to their official name. more

The Sun

Vermont taxpayers may be supporting the sale of baby body parts, as Planned Parenthood’s senior director of medical services admitted; she said that the national abortion leader harvests and sells fetal organs taken during procedures. more

Public Notices

Paul Smith’s College has announced that it will seek to amend its name with that of a benefactor, Joan Weill. more

The Sun

Vermont Route 125 has been closed to through traffic at Bridge 5 as of July 14 . The road is scheduled to reopen at 6 p.m. on Friday, July 17. more

The Sun

Residents in the Town of Bristol voted July 7 in support of the $3.19 million bond to build a new fire station and purchase 9.03 acres of land on West Street. A total of 555 residents (including absentee voters) cast ballots with 415 in favor of the project and 140 not. more

The Sun

Essex Town Clerk William Morgan has pled guilty to child pornography charges and will be sentenced in September. more

The Sun

Just one day after a dozen prison staffers were placed on administrative leave, the state has announced a new superintendent and a number of policy changes. more

The Sun

Three years ago the Vermont State Legislature unanimously passed the Vermont Universal Recycling law (Act 148), and its first major recycling milestone starts today—July 1, 2015. more

The Sun

Registered voters of the Town of Bristol will vote Tuesday, July 7, at Holley Hall from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m., on a $3.19 million bond to build a new fire station and purchase 9.03 acres of land located on West Street. more

The Sun

Things to do starting July 4 around the Middlebury-Brandon-Rutland-Killington region more

Sports

  • Essex County Democratic Election Commissioner Mark Whitney issued a belated ruling on specific challenges to petitions on Thursday, June 30, a procedure required by state law to weed out violations. But he did it behind closed doors with the head of the Essex County Democratic Committee, a process that stunned county officials, including Republican Commissioner Allison McGahay.

  • Joyce Mitchell is escorted out of Plattsburgh County Court on Tuesday, July 28 after pleading guilty to a pair of charges related to last month's escape from Clinton Correctional.

  • Victim: Dr. Kenneth Narjarian (Photo by UVM College of Medicine)

  • The New York State Board of Regents signed off on a proposal from Paul Smith’s College to add the name of a prominent donor to their official name on Monday, July 20.

  • Vermont taxpayers may be supporting the sale of baby body parts, as Planned Parenthood’s senior director of medical services admitted that the national abortion leader harvests and sells fetal organs taken during procedures. Pictured: Pro-life demonstrators in Spain. (Public domain image)

  • Joan Weill

Place or View More Events