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Report done on Claremont boy's near-hanging, but not released
The attorney general's office says Wednesday that once its investigation was complete, it sought a court order to release the report, "due to confidentiality constraints and the ages of the children involved."
Police investigate attempted dog thefts in Grantham
“He noticed a car stop and then heard somebody whistling, and he looked over in the direction of the car and there was somebody inside whistling. He saw the passenger door open up and a bag of dog food being jangled outside along with some whistling,” Grantham Police Chief John Parsons said.
Vt. Shooter Could Face Second Trial
White River Junction— Instead of being sentenced later this year, a 33-year-old Vermont man who was convicted by a jury in February of shooting and killing Wesley Wing in their Springfield, Vt., neighborhood may head back to court for a second trial.
AG’s Report On Claremont Awaits Ruling
The case involves juveniles, so Attorney General Gordon MacDonald has sought approval from a judge on what can be made public, a ruling that hasn’t yet been made, according to Senior Assistant Attorney General Lisa Wolford.
VSP Investigate Hartland car break-ins
HARTLAND, Vt. (WCAX)Police are investigating a rash of car thefts from unlocked cars in the Hartland area early Tuesday.Vermont State Police say they received a number of calls about thefts from unlocked vehicles -- and in one case a home -- along Route 5 and near Rice and James Roads. The crimes to
Can you help police ID theft suspect?
Investigators say since last month, multiple cars in Saxtons River and Putney have been broken into and things were stolen from inside. However, police also say many of those cars were unlocked.
No closure yet in case of body found buried in police chief's yard in 1988
His whereabouts were not known until a deathbed statement by Clifton Chambers in 1988 in which he implicated his son, Robert Chambers, in Bean's killing. Clifton Chambers also identified the location of Bean's body -- on the property of Robert Chambers in Marlow.
Out & About: It’s Time for the Cornish Fair
The three-day event takes place at the Cornish Fairgrounds, located at 294 Town House Road. Last year, an estimated 19,000 people attended.
Report on Upper Valley boy's near-hanging tied up in court
CLAREMONT, N.H. (AP)Almost a year after an 8-year-old biracial boy was nearly hanged, the New Hampshire attorney general's office says a legal dispute is preventing it from releasing a report on its investigation.
Vermont primary elections: Live updates
In February, the arrest of an 18-year-old accused of planning a high school shooting shook Scott into relenting on his longtime opposition to gun regulation. Scott's decision to sign a package of gun restrictions opened anew rift in the Vermont Republican Party, which had already been divided over P
Challenger gets Windsor-1 primary victory | | The Vermont Standard
On Tuesday night, challenger Zach Ralph (D/Prog) and incumbent John Bartholomew (D) won the Democratic primary for the two-seat Windsor-1 district, representing Hartland, Windsor and West Windsor. Incumbent Democrat Paul Belaski of Windsor was defeated.
Schools Hope to Avoid Mergers
In June, the Vermont Agency of Education released a 189-page report that recommended forcible mergers for 18 school districts, including one that would compel Blue Mountain Union District (Groton, Ryegate and Wells River) to join the Bradford Elementary School District, the Newbury School District a
Police search for suspicious man | The Chester Telegraph
© 2018 Telegraph Publishing, LLCVermont State Police are on the lookout for a man who tried to entice a girl into his car in Grafton this morning.Police say the girl was mowing the lawn at a home on Route 121 in Grafton when a man driving a silver Toyota Camry stopped and asked her if she wanted blu
Investigation continues into suspicious Woodstock fire
"The village needs variety and Pi really added a nice flavor, especially in the evening because you could dine outside and it really makes the town seem vibrant when you see people sitting outside and enjoying themselves," said Beth Finlayson of the Woodstock Chamber of Commerce.
Palliative care center reshaping end-of-life treatment in Upper Valley
LEBANON, N.H. (WCAX)Just under 200 patients have been admitted to a new palliative care facility at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center since it opened about eight months ago. They're helping to reshape how end-of-life care is delivered in the Upper Valley.If you look around the brand new Jack Byrne
Tractor-trailer rolls then crashes into home
Shirleen Allicot has details on the crash, which was caught on camera.LUDLOW, Vermont (WABC) --A tractor-trailer flipped over before crashing into a home in Ludlow, Vermont.The frightening incident was caught on camera.The crash destroyed the first floor of the home and sent two people to the hospit
Dog River hazard mitigation project completed | Times Argus
The site, along the Dog River, has been an endeavor for Friends of the Winooski Executive Director Michele Braun. At the time of Tropical Storm Irene, Braun was the land-use planner for Northfield and had just finished an update to the town’s hazard mitigation plan — in July 2011.
Former Grafton County Official and Frequent Candidate Bill Sharp Dies at 76
Lebanon — Bill Sharp, the former self-described “Register of Good Deeds” in Grafton County who switched parties but never regained office after his defeat in 2010, has died at 76.
New retreat space "Leading Fields" opens in Woodstock, Vermont
Vermont Business MagazineLeading Fields, a newly renovated estate located on 186 acres of private land is ready to accommodate groups for day events and weekend retreats in the hills above Woodstock, VT. The rural, yet easilyaccessible location is ideal for small group retreats including yoga, medit
NH Public Radio show to visit Keene for ‘Going Local’ broadcast
N.H. Public Radio’s daily-call in show, The Exchange, will be in the Monadnock Region for a special live broadcast from the Mabel Brown Room of the Young Student Center at Keene State College Thursday morning.Before a live audience, host Laura Knoy, a graduate of Keene High School, will lead a conve