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Fire at Vermont Country Store warehouse

RUTLAND, Vt. (WCAX) -A structure fire closed Route 7-B Central between Route 103 and U-S Route 7 early Sunday morning.The Rutland Fire department reports it responded to the Vermont Country Store warehouse on Vermont Route 7-B in Clarendon at 10:45 p.m. Saturday night.Crews worked through the night

WCAX - 2018-10-21 10:22:00

Lebanon Police Seek Public Input on Strategic Plan

The Strategic Plan will guide and prioritize the police department’s goals and objectives, offer guidance on how to best meet them and provide a system for measuring performance, according to a news release.

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High court rejects bid by ex-Rutland City municipal attorney to overturn prison term - VTDigger

Christopher Sullivan, former city attorney in Rutland, appears in Rutland Superior Court on Thursday for his sentencing in a fatal hit-and-run crash. Pool photo by Robert L. Layman/for the Rutland Herald

VTDIGGER - 2018-10-22 00:34:21

Lodging Industry Suffers as More Upper Valley Residents Rent Their Properties on Airbnb

Hartland— Lauren Anderson, owner of Weaving Dreams Farm on Rice Road, where she raises alpacas, is doing it. So is her neighbor, Lesley Bracker, owner of Barron Hill Alpacas, a half-mile away on County Road. And their friend, Dan O’Brien, who owns a 5,500-square-foot home on Tinkham Hill Road up a w

VALLEY NEWS - 2018-10-20 23:21:24

Suspects found in months-long string of burglaries

Craig and Alicia Wilkins, both 34 years old, are charged with grand larceny and possession of stolen property among other charges.

WCAX - 2018-10-22 08:57:00

Crews battle major Clarendon fire

The fire reportedly started around 11:45 p.m., according to the Rutland City Fire Department, whose crews were released at about 5 a.m.

RUTLAND HERALD - 2018-10-21 13:49:00

Lebanon Begins Field Hockey Tourney With OT Triumph

“I tried to really think of it as just another game, but really it’s not,” Valliere said. “I did feel like I was going to throw up a few times today. … This group of young women are just so phenomenal, — I’ve really enjoyed working with them — that, selfishly, I didn’t want the season to end.”

VALLEY NEWS

Construction Delays, Staffing Issues Stall White River Junction Assisted-Living Facility

Developers originally targeted a Sept. 8 opening date, which has been pushed back several times. The earliest opening now would come in late November, The Village’s executive director, Sandy Conrad, said this week.

VALLEY NEWS - 2018-10-20 23:29:09

Fatal crash in Lake Elsinore prompts traffic safety petition

LAKE ELSINORE - A petition urging Lake Elsinore city officials to improve traffic safety on Railroad Canyon Road, that was partly prompted by a recent crash that killed a teenage girl, now has more than 3,000 signatures.

VALLEY NEWS - 2018-10-21 11:24:00

Shots Fired Leads to Arrest in New Hampshire

A New Hampshire man has been arrested after reports of shots fired involving several people. Forty-one-year-old Michael Connarn of Chesterfield was arrested Friday following the incident that happened earlier in the day in Chesterfield. The New Hampshire State Police responded to reports of shots fi

NECN - 2018-10-20 19:14:40

Area UPS Driver Retires After Nearly 4 Decades of Deliveries

The person who sneezed, postal service worker Cara Decato, hasn’t greeted Grace yet, but people who interact with such regularity needn’t bother exchanging daily pleasantries. The conversation naturally resumes from the day before, as if Grace never left.

VALLEY NEWS

Woman convicted in fatal Allenstown crash violates probation, again

Nearly two years ago, Jordan Heath, 27, of Pembroke pleaded guilty to vehicular assault in Merrimack County Superior Court for texting at the time of the crash in Allenstown that killed Michael Phelps, who previously taught at Rundlett Middle School and Concord High. Since then, she has tested posit

CONCORD MONITOR

Late-night crash ends in DUI arrest

MARSHFIELD - A Plainfield woman is facing a charge of drunken driving following a late-night crash on Nasmith Brook Road.State police said they responded to a report of the one-vehicle crash shortly after 11:30 p.m. on Friday and identified the driver as 38-year-old Emily Comstock after arriving at

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K-9 finds Belmont man missing for months hidden in wall under stairs | New Hampshire

Stephen Anderson, 25, was arrested on order of New Hampshire Probation and Parole as well as for bench warrants issued in Merrimack County and by local police, said Belmont Police Captain Richard Mann.

UNION LEADER

Man charged with attempted murder following shooting

Multiple officers from New Hampshire State Police, the Chesterfield and Hinsdale police departments, and the Cheshire County Sheriff’s Department responded to the scene.

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Adoptable Pets in the Upper Valley

“Hi! My name’s David and I’m a 2-year-old neutered male. I came to Lucy Mackenzie as a stray and the people here have been so very nice to me!

VALLEY NEWS

‘Spark for the Congregation’: Congregation Breaks Ground on New Lebanon Sanctuary

Lebanon— The mound of dirt lay slumped, like a sleeping baby elephant, between the metal construction fencing and the 70 or so congregants who’d gathered to see the leaders of the First Baptist Church make use of the gold-plated ceremonial shovel that stuck straight up out of the soil.

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N.H. State Police Investigator Testifies During Fatal Crash Trial

Detective Michael McLaughlin said he located two “scrub marks,” or skid-type prints, near the centerline of the roadway, something he said signifies where Kristin Lake’s and Michelle Fenimore’s vehicles first made contact. Knowing that information, he then used other physical evidence at the scene,

VALLEY NEWS

Family Hopes Quechee Gorge Fence Prevents More Suicides

But that all changed on July 4, 2011, when their son Derek jumped off the bridge and died at age 21.

VERMONT PUBLIC RADIO

Investigators remain mum on skydiving death

LEBANON, Maine — Officials say they still can’t release any information about the recent death of Skydive New England instructor Brett Bickford due to the ongoing nature of the state and federal investigation.Bickford, 41, a Rochester, N.H., native and veteran instructor, died after he and a student

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