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Car hits cow in Holland

HOLLAND — A car hit a cow that wandered into the road in Holland on Wednesday. According to police, at around 9:00 p.m. they responded to a single-vehicle crash on the Valley Road. The driver, identified as Amanda Blake, of Derby Line, was traveling west when she struck a cow in the travel portion of… Keep Reading


Police identify body discovered in Westmore

NEWPORT — The body recovered in Westmore on Friday has been identified as Tyler Robinson, 23, of Orleans. Investigators say there is no evidence or information to suspect foul play in this incident. Robinson was last seen at his residence on Water Street in Orleans on May 12, 2017, at approximately 10:45 a.m. His body… Keep Reading


Body recovered in Westmore

WESTMORE — Authorities say that the body of a man discovered on a rock shelf on Mount Pisgah, has been recovered. At approximately 4:30 p.m. crews were able to retrieve the body from the cliff’s edge. At this time rescue crews say they moved the body to Long Pond Road in the town of Westmore.… Keep Reading


Newport police advise residents about worldwide malware outbreaks

NEWPORT — Chief Seth DiSanto and the Newport Police Department are alerting the community about the recent malicious software, or malware, threat that may compromise computer systems or hold files hostage for ransom. The latter, called ransomware, is the focus of a worldwide criminal investigation after hundreds of thousands of systems running Microsoft Windows were… Keep Reading


Search continues for missing Orleans man

ORLEANS — There is an ongoing search for a 23-year-old Orleans man who has been missing for a few days. Police are requesting assistance in locating Tyler Robinson, who was last seen at his residence on Water Street in Orleans, on May 12, 2017, at approximately 10:45 a.m. Authorities say they will be continuing their… Keep Reading

Fyre & Lightning Consort in Newport this Sunday

NEWPORT — The Fyre and Lightning Consort, a trio of musicians living in Central Vermont dedicated to the study and performance of Medieval and Renaissance music, will be performing this Sunday, May 14, at St. Mark’s Episcopal Church in Newport. Throughout its performing history, the group has become increasingly interested in traditional music of various… Keep Reading

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