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Police: West Charleston man facing slew of charges

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DERBY — A West Charleston man is facing numerous charges after an incident that took place last month in Derby, police say. On Sunday, Bradley Chase, 42, was cited into Orleans Court with charges of domestic assault, disorderly conduct, interfering with access to emergency services, and leaving the scene of a crash. Police say the…

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Holland woman tragically killed in plane crash

in Holland/News

NEWPORT — A Holland woman was tragically killed in a single-engine plane crash over Long Island on Tuesday. Authorities say Dana E. Parenteau, 49, was a passenger in an aircraft that crashed on Cold Spring Road in Syosset, New York, at about 3:39 p.m. on Tuesday. The seven-passenger plane had three onboard. All three were…

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Police: Two Newport men caught with 418 bags of heroin

in Newport/News

NEWPORT — Two men from Newport were picked up by police in Brattleboro after authorities say a routine traffic stop turned up a large amount of heroin. Shawn Gardner, 30, and Brandon Sheltra, 20, are being held after police say they say found 418 bags of suspected heroin in their possession. The incident took place…

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Jeep Cherokee crashes into house in Danville

in Danville/News

DANVILLE — A Danville woman discovered a Jeep Cherokee had crashed into her home early Saturday morning. Police say Jennifer Legacy contacted them at approximately 6:24 a.m. to report a vehicle had crashed into her house at some point during the previous night. The 1998 Jeep Cherokee had traveled off the main portion of the…

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Newport Town School students win grant from Vermont Lottery

in Newport/News

NEWPORT — The Newport Town School was recently selected as the Spring 2016 winner of the Educate/Innovate Grant Program, funded by the Vermont Lottery. The program will provide 25 iPads to the school in support of their proposal, which was a student-selected project meant to address what they perceive as a problem in their community.…

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Irasburg working on first ever town plan

in Irasburg/News

IRASBURG — Some 25 citizens of Irasburg, including selectboard members Brian Sanville and David Warner, met with members of the town’s planning commission at a public hearing on a proposed Irasburg town plan, Thursday evening at the town hall. Judith Jackson, planning commission clerk, described the immediacy of the need for a town plan, which…

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Vermonters reminded tick season underway

in News/Outdoors

NEWPORT — Heath officials are reminding Vermonters that tick season is underway across the state. A growing number of Vermonters are falling ill with diseases spread by ticks, such as Lyme disease and anaplasmosis. These tickborne diseases are preventable if you take action to stay safe while enjoying the outdoors now, and in the warmer…

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Irasburg man accused of marijuana grow operation pleads innocent

in Irasburg/News

IRASBURG — An Irasburg man was in court on Tuesday, where he pled innocent to a felony charge of growing marijuana. Eric S. Greenfield, 39, was charged with growing more than 25 marijuana plants, after being picked up by police in Stowe back in 2015 with more than 10 pounds in his vehicle. The affidavit,…

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American Legion in Orleans broken into Saturday morning

in News/Orleans

ORLEANS — Someone broke into the American Legion in Orleans early Saturday morning. Police say they were dispatched to the scene after an alarm went off at around 1:18 a.m. The Orleans Fire Department observed a window was broken when they arrived at the building. A witness told police that they saw a gold colored…

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Dental Therapists Bill passes Vermont House 109-32

in News/Vermont

MONTPELIER — The House of Representatives gave preliminary approval to the Dental Therapists bill (s.20) today with a vote of 109-32. The bill would create a new mid-level position in the dental profession. Like the nurse practitioners and physicians’ assistants who handle routine medical care, dental therapists would be able to do routine dental care,…

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Gubernatorial candidate Peter Galbraith visits Newport

in Newport/News

NEWPORT — On Wednesday, Gubernatorial candidate Peter Galbraith spent the afternoon speaking to Newport residents about the impact of the alleged fraud in the region committed by politically connected developers. Galbraith visited the Renaissance Block, the giant hole in the middle of Main Street, that was supposed to include shops, offices and a hotel as…

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Jeep plunges into Connecticut River in Lemington

in Essex County/News

LEMINGTON – A man crashed his Jeep into the Connecticut River in Lemington early Saturday morning. Police responded to the single-vehicle crash on RT 102 at approximately 12:07 a.m. They identified the driver as Cody Perrault, 25, from Guildhall. According to police, Perrault failed to negotiate a corner causing his 2010 Jeep Wrangler to smash…

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Violent fugitive caught in Newport

in Newport/News

NEWPORT — A fugitive wanted by the State of Vermont for Escape, was picked up last Friday in Newport by the U.S. Marshals Service. Dennis Rose, 30, of Brooklyn, New York, was arrested late in the day on April 8, 2016. Rose was wanted by the State of Vermont, Department of Corrections, Burlington Probation and…

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Planning Commission to hold April 28 hearing on Irasburg town plan

in Irasburg/News

IRASBURG — Members of the Irasburg planning commission welcome Irasburg residents to a public hearing on the adoption of a proposed town plan at 7 p.m. on Thursday, April 28, at the Irasburg Town Hall. “We’re looking for a good turnout,” said Planning Commission Chair Michael Sanville. “We’d like the opportunity to share our progress…

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Stenger and Quiros charged with running “Ponzi-like” scheme

in Newport/News

NEWPORT — The Securities and Exchange Commission today announced fraud charges and an asset freeze against Jay Peak Resort and related businesses allegedly misusing millions of dollars raised through investments solicited under the EB-5 Immigrant Investor Program.   The SEC’s case was unsealed today in federal court in Miami, and the court has appointed a…

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Pigs killed during barn fire in Troy

in News/Troy

TROY – A fire broke out Sunday night at 3490 Loop Road, in Troy. The incident occurred at around 8:10 p.m. When firefighters arrived they discovered a small barn fully engulfed in flames. Crews were able to successfully keep the fire from spreading to another nearby barn, but the structure was fully involved and police…

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Early morning crash in Barton leaves 25-year-old woman injured

in Barton/News

BARTON — An early morning crash in Barton this morning left a 25-year-old woman seriously injured. Danielle Cochran, 25, of West Burke, was taken to North Country Hospital and later transferred to Dartmouth-Hitchcock to be treated for her injuries. Police say they were notified at around 4:45 a.m. Tuesday morning that a vehicle was off…

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Police: North Troy man reached speeds over 100 m.p.h. before arrest

in News/North Troy

MILTON — A North Troy man had a run-in with police over the weekend, after being clocked traveling in excess of 100 miles-per-hour in Milton. Police conducted a motor vehicle stop on Saturday evening after receiving multiple calls reporting that an erratic driver was swerving between lanes at a dangerous rate of speed on I-89…

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Two vehicle crash on Route 5 in Derby

in Derby/News

DERBY — A 54-year-old woman from Derby was taken to the hospital this morning after an accident that took place on Route 5 in Derby. The crash happened at around 11:30 a.m. Police say that Lynn Pion was transported to North Country Hospital for evaluation after being hit by another vehicle that was turning out…

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Over 100 gallons of maple syrup stolen in Craftsbury

in Craftsbury/News

CRAFTSBURY — Police are investigating a burglary that took place in Craftsbury over the weekend, where over 100 gallons of maple syrup was stolen. The burglary took place at 921 Guy Lot Road. Authorities say the incident occurred sometime between Saturday afternoon, and Monday morning. The syrup belonged to Paul Ryan and Marvin Ryan. Police…

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EB-5 investors in AnC Bio project in Newport requesting refunds

in Newport/News

NEWPORT — Recently released documents by the state show that some investors in the AnC Bio Vermont project, scheduled to open in the fall of 2017 in Newport, are asking for their money back. According to a memo sent by Bill Stenger to state regulators back on March 15, investor’s funds currently held in escrow…

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[VIDEO] Derby Line set to get new sidewalks this summer

in Derby Line/News

DERBY LINE — In the next few months Derby Line will be getting new sidewalks running from the Irving Station, up Caswell Avenue to Maple Street. The project was initiated by village trustee Buzz Roy back in May of 2006. Roy was able to get a $300,000 grant from VTrans to help pay for the…

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