Newport Dispatch – Page 51 – Online News From Newport, Vermont. Covering Orleans County.

Man charged for feeding bears in Montgomery

MONTGOMERY — A Montgomery man was charged by the Fish & Wildlife Department for intentionally feeding bears. Jeffrey Messier, 54, was charged with feeding bears after Game Warden Sgt. Carl Wedin received a report of a bear being killed in self-defense at a neighboring residence on June 22, 2014. Sgt. Wedin responded and recovered the… Keep Reading


Motorcycle crash in Glover over the weekend

GLOVER — A 60-year-old motorcyclist from Lincoln, New Hampshire, was involved in a crash on Saturday in the town of Glover. Police say Richard Lavasser, was riding a 1997 Suzuki VZ800V motorcycle, when he hit some gravel, causing him to lose control of his bike. Lavasser was traveling east on Vermont Route 16, and slid… Keep Reading

Art in Bloom at the MAC Center for the Arts

NEWPORT — On July 24, 4 Seasons Garden Club and the MAC Center for the Arts will present their fifth annual Art in Bloom. Over twenty floral arrangements will be matched to artwork, photography, or handcrafts currently on display in the MAC center. Both gallery spaces will be used, with flowers remaining at the center… Keep Reading


Deer causes rollover accident in Jay

JAY — A 21-year-old woman from Holland was involved in a rollover accident early Sunday morning in Jay. At around 1:50 a.m., police responded to the single vehicle rollover on Vermont Route 242 near the intersection of Shallobrook Road in the town of Jay. Victoria Petell of Holland was identified as the operator and was… Keep Reading

QNEK Productions revives Oliver! at the Haskell Opera House

DERBY LINE — In the current trend-driven world of story telling, where Hollywood mandates selling content through gimmicks or endorsements, we can always count on a classic to refresh and satisfy our taste for powerful and thought-provoking drama.   Oliver Twist by Charles Dickens is such a tale. Award-Winning QNEK Productions will revive Dickens’ masterpiece on July… Keep Reading


Glover man receives more charges after July 4 arrest

GLOVER — A 25-year-old man from Glover is facing more charges after being arrested on July 4 in Brownington for Violation of Conditions of Release, after someone called police to report the sound of a gun shot and a woman screaming in Derby. At 10:34 a.m., the Vermont State Police, Orleans County Sheriff’s Department, Newport… Keep Reading

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Vehicle overturned in Coventry, driver uninjured

COVENTRY — A North Troy man walked away without sustaining any injuries this morning, after his car overturned during a crash in Coventry. Friday morning, at 10:30 a.m., Vermont State Police arrived at the scene of the single vehicle crash in Coventry. Spencer Lachance-Guyette, 20, of North Troy, was operating a 2004 Subaru Legacy north… Keep Reading


Orleans man suffers broken collar bone after crash on I-91

BRADFORD — An Orleans man suffered a broken collar bone and multiple lacerations during an accident on Interstate 91 early Tuesday morning. James Baraw, 34, of Orleans, was involved in the single vehicle rollover that happened in the southbound lane at exit 16 in Bradford. Troopers from the Bradford Barracks responded to the crash at… Keep Reading


Homes in Derby and Troy burglarized on Tuesday

DERBY — Two homes were burglarized in Orleans county on Tuesday. Both break-ins occurred during the daytime, but police have not yet said if the crimes appear to be committed by the same subjects. Police are saying that during the day on Tuesday, unknown subjects entered a residence located at 25 Derby Pond Road, in… Keep Reading


Repel, inspect, remove to prevent Lyme disease

BURLINGTON – How easy would it be to find a poppy seed hidden somewhere on your skin? Lyme disease is transmitted from the bite of infected deer ticks. This time of year the nymphs (immature ticks), which are about the size of a poppy seed, are biting and may spread the bacteria that cause Lyme… Keep Reading


Newport death ruled homicide by stab wound to the leg

NEWPORT — The results of the preliminary autopsy by the Vermont Office of the Chief Medical Examiner were released on Monday. The autopsy indicates that Isaac Hunt, died as a result of a incised wound to the leg. The death has been ruled a homicide. Detectives will continue the investigation into the July 5 incident… Keep Reading

Havana, Cuba comes to Newport

NEWPORT — Newport Natural Cafe and Arts Amica of Boston are presenting “Havana Comes to Newport II,” for the month of July. The opening reception will be held on Saturday, July 5 from 6 – 8 p.m. Holliey White of Arts Amica will introduce the exhibit, with a special guest appearance by international jazz singer… Keep Reading


A look at the new tobacco restrictions in Vermont

NEWPORT — New tobacco restrictions went into effect on July 1, extending protections from secondhand smoke to hotels and motels, school grounds, sponsored events, childcare facilities, state-owned buildings, and in motor vehicles when young children are passengers. With Act 135, Vermont became the sixth state in the nation to make lodging establishments 100 percent smoke-free.… Keep Reading

Illustrated history of Lake Memphremagog coming soon

NEWPORT — Georgeville Press has announced the upcoming release of Memphrémagog: An Illustrated History / Une histoire illustrée, written by Louise Abbott. The book will be the first landscape history of Lake Memphremagog and its surroundings. The book launch will take place August 9 in Newport. Abbott spent three years doing meticulous archival research, on-site… Keep Reading


Truck hits telephone pole in Glover, no injuries

GLOVER — A truck hit a telephone pole today on Parker Road in Glover, leaving a telephone pole severed. Anthony Phillips, 28, of Montgomery, was driving a 2005 International Truck north on Parker Road, when he drove off the roadway, striking the telephone pole. Phillips was wearing his seatbelt and did not sustain any injuries.… Keep Reading

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