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Volunteer firefighter accused of setting fire in Ticonderoga

TICONDEROGA, N.Y. —A volunteer firefighter at the Ticonderoga Fire Department has been charged with allegedly setting a barn fire early Monday morning.Firefighters from 12 departments responded to the fire on McCaughlin Road at approximately 12:40 a.m.AdvertisementThe structure was destroyed.Ticonde

MYNBC5.COM - 2018-06-19 00:24:00

Teen arrested on arson charges

TICONDEROGA — An 18-year-old allegedly burned a barn to the ground early Monday morning and is suspected in connection with several other fires over the last couple of months, police say.The teen, whose name was not released by police, was arrested Monday and charged with arson.The Ticonderoga Volun

PRESS REPUBLICAN - 2018-06-18 23:08:20

Inside look: UVM's Porter Medical Center end of life suites

Diana Barnard is the palliative care provider at UVM Health Network's Porter Medical Center."The goal is to address suffering and the stress that comes with serious illness and the focus is to improve the quality of life both for patients and their families," said Barnard.She's not just working with

WCAX - 2018-06-18 07:27:00

Two Vermonters arrested, accused of breaking into a restaurant with a hammer and tire iron

Vermont State police said Mark Currier, 30, and Nicole Swank, 35, broke into the Halfway House restaurant in Shoreham Saturday night.

MYNBC5.COM - 2018-06-17 09:47:00

Ticonderoga firefighter charged with arson

TICONDEROGA — A Ticonderoga volunteer firefighter has been charged with arson and suspended from the department for allegedly setting a barn on fire early Monday morning.The Ticonderoga Police Department said it had arrested an 18-year-old and charged him with arson.Mark Belden, patrolman with the P

POST-STAR - 2018-06-18 21:48:00

Police say woman tried to hide suspect | Rutland Herald

A local woman faces a criminal charge after police said she tried to deter a law enforcement investigation.Dawn Doty, 57, of Rutland, was cited to appear in Rutland criminal court on Sept. 10 to be arraigned on a charge of impeding police officers.Trooper Craig Roland, of the Vermont State Police, s

RUTLAND HERALD - 2018-06-18 18:19:09

Middlebury Sears store set to close on July 23

The Sears store has attracted business from Addison County residents looking for washers, dryers, refrigerators, freezers and other major appliances and tools. Prior to the arrival of Middlebury Sears, customers had to go to stores in Rutland or Burlington, or order online.

ADDISON INDEPENDENT - 2018-06-18 00:00:00

New option for health insurance coming to region

PHOTO PROVIDEDPlattsburgh Town Supervisor Michael Cashman (from left); North Country Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Garry Douglas; Dr. John D. Bennett, president and CEO, Capital District Physicans Health Plan Inc.; and Dr. Wouter Rietsema, vice president, chief quality and information office

PRESS REPUBLICAN - 2018-06-19 00:16:25

Farmers markets open for season

Farmers markets have existed as a part of American society, business and trade since 1634, when the first farmers market in the new world opened for business in Boston, Mass.And throughout much of the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries, outdoor market places were vital centers of commerce in both America


Man charged with Saratoga bank robbery

SARATOGA SPRINGS -- A Schenectady county man has been charged with robbing a bank in Saratoga Springs in March 2017.Joseph B. Flower, 36, of Glenville, was charged with third-degree robbery, felony, for the March 4, 2017 robbery of the Adirondack Trust Bank branch located on Northline Road. Police s


Housekeepers cleaning guest room eat loose candy that turns out to be marijuana edibles

SHELBURNE, Vt. —Police say two housekeepers cleaning a guest room unknowingly ate what turned out to marijuana-infused candy.Crews were called about 10:20 a.m. Wednesday to the Inn at Shelburne Farms in Shelburne, Vermont.AdvertisementA 911 caller reported that one employee had become ill and was ly


$120,000 in grants create new land management position at Adirondack Land Trust - Adirondack Explorer

KEENE, NY — The Adirondack Land Trust received a two-year grant of $80,000 from the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation and the Land Trust Alliance through the New York State Conservation Partnership Program (NYSCPP), plus a $40,000 matching grant from a private donor. Together,


Inn employees hospitalized after eating guests marijuana-laced chocolate

SHELBURNE, Vt. (AP) — Police say two employees of an inn at a popular Vermont tourist destination ate marijuana-laced chocolate left behind by guests and got sick.Shelburne Police were called to the Inn at Shelburne Farms on Wednesday after receiving a report an employee felt ill and was lying in th


Vermont marijuana: What should renters and landlords know about the new law?

But if you're one of the state's approximately 75,000 renters, you'll need to check with your landlord before you start planting.


Featured Trail: Mt. Severance, Schroon Lake -

Mt. Severance Trailhead Parking Area is located on the west side of Route 9, 0.5 mile south of Exit 28, opposite Alder Meadow Road.


Vermont State Police Log: Fisherman cited for DUI, third offense

ADDISON COUNTY — Vermont State Police troopers came across Christopher Ardell, 48, of Northfield at a fishing access on Panton Road in Panton at around 8 p.m. on Saturday, June 9.


Abenaki Heritage Weekend on tap

Organized by the Vermont Abenaki Artists Association with members of the Elnu Abenaki Tribe, the Nulhegan Band of the Coosuk, Koasek Traditional Band of the Koas Abenaki Nation, Missisquoi Abenaki Tribe and guest artists, the event is designed to give visitors an Indigenous perspective on life in th


Granville woman jailed in Vermont

Laura Pike, 44, of Buckley Avenue, was arrested after Fair Haven Police encountered her during a traffic stop on Main Street on Wednesday afternoon, officials said.


2 inn workers ill after eating pot-laced chocolate

Police are asking that people who possess marijuana edibles, which can have the same appearance as everyday food items, keep them secure.


Two Vermont inn workers fall ill after eating pot-laced candy left by guests

Police are asking that people who possess marijuana edibles, which can have the same appearance as everyday food items, keep them secure.