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COLUMN: Farewell to a good old friend

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POST-STAR - 2018-08-19 04:00:00

Wallingford woman cited for DUI after crash | Rutland Herald

Lisa Eells, 47, of Wallingford, was cited to appear in Rutland criminal court on Aug. 27 to answer to a charge of driving under the influence after the crash early Sunday morning.

RUTLAND HERALD - 2018-08-19 14:28:36

1 arrested in shooting incident | Rutland Herald

Vermont State Police were notified of a shooting at a home on South Hill Road in Goshen at about 3:30 a.m. Sunday. Individuals at the home assisted the victim, a 28-year-old man, and brought him to the Rutland area, where he was met by rescue personnel and transported to Rutland Regional Medical Cen

RUTLAND HERALD - 2018-08-19 14:25:51

Granville firefighters buy house next door for training

Jim Bradt, treasurer of the Penrhyn Engine & Hose Company, holds the map showing the fire department's purchase. The department will turn a derelict house into a training facility.

POST-STAR - 2018-08-18 20:00:00

2 men charged attempted homicide

LUDLOW, Vt.Ludlow Police responded to 158 Ghia Farm Road for an assault. When police arrived, the unnamed victim stated that he was picked up earlier in the evening by Tyler Marston and Rey Early in Windsor.

WCAX - 2018-08-18 19:59:00

Woman denies stabbing man with fork | Rutland Herald

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RUTLAND HERALD - 2018-08-17 23:01:53

Awards presented on fair's last day | Rutland Herald

From left, Breanna Munger, 12, from Benson, and Rose Tarbell, 15, from Middletown Springs, pose for a photo at the Vermont State Fair on Saturday. (Cameron Paquette / Staff Photo)

RUTLAND HERALD - 2018-08-19 16:00:24

Vermont Supreme Court upholds child molester's conviction | Rutland Herald

Stuart Lizotte Jr. waits with his attorney, Lamar Enzor, to be sentenced for child pornography and aggravated sexual assault on a child last year in Rutland criminal court. (Gordon Dritschilo / Staff File Photo)

RUTLAND HERALD - 2018-08-18 19:44:13

Eagle Flyer zipline no place for chickens

“When I came up here to this point for the first time and saw this view, I thought it would be nice to share it with other people,” Macchio said. “I don’t see this so much as a thrill ride. More than that, it’s an Adirondack experience where you’re flying like an eagle, looking at the mountains, Lak

SARATOGIAN - 2018-08-18 16:25:44

Woman accused of stealing from Rutland Hannaford | Rutland Herald

Brenda Streiber, 58, was charged with retail theft and is scheduled to appear in court on Oct. 8 to answer to that charge.

RUTLAND HERALD - 2018-08-18 14:18:42

Former Teacher Sentenced to Four Months

David Pook, 48, of Warner will spend four months in county jail on misdemeanor counts of conspiracy to commit false swearing and criminal contempt of court. As part of a plea agreement, all felony charges were dismissed.

VALLEY NEWS - 2018-08-18 01:11:28

Washington County hires school officers

FORT EDWARD — Washington County approved on Friday the hiring of five retired sheriff’s deputies to serve in high schools throughout the county.The vote was not unanimous. Greenwich Supervisor Sara Idleman, a former teacher, argued strenuously against it and voted no. The vote was 1-16.“There’s no c

POST-STAR - 2018-08-17 18:11:00

Four people charged after Queensbury drug raid

QUEENSBURY — Four people face drug-related charges after a police investigation into a crack cocaine operation that was being run from a home on Veterans Road, police said.The Warren County Sheriff's Office determined that two women were selling the drug from a home at 44 Veterans Road, leading to f

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Several crews respond to South Glens Falls apartment fire

SOUTH GLENS FALLS, N.Y. (NEWS10) - Multiple crews were on scene late Thursday night of a fire at an apartment complex in South Glens Falls.The fire broke out at the Sisson Apartments on Sand Hill Drive.The fire chief said no one was injured.

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Two charged in Queensbury crack cocaine case

On Wednesday deputies charged both Mackenzie M. Sumner, 31, and Jennifer M. Harrington, 46, with criminal sale of a controlled substance and criminal possession of a controlled substance. Both women were arraigned in Queensbury town court and sent to Warren County jail on $20,000 bail or $40,000 bon

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Rutland Area NAACP starts petition over sale of confederate flag merchandise

Rutland Area NAACP President Tabitha Pohl-Moore told us the group reached out to fair organizers asking for a ban on several occasions. Initially, the fair responded, requesting a list of vendors that the Rutland Area NAACP thought might sell the merchandise. When the NAACP requested a list of all t

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Former county jail guard charged in fraud case

QUEENSBURY — A corrections officer at Warren County Jail resigned in recent weeks as she was under investigation in a welfare fraud case that led to her arrest in recent days on multiple felony charges.Brandi L. Michal, 31, of Glens Falls had worked in the jail for several months when Warren County

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Fire destroys barns in Greenwich

The fire was reported around midnight at 652 Route 52, north of the intersection with Spraguetown Road, and seven volunteer fire departments were called out to battle the blaze. Washington County officials said no livestock were reported to be injured.

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Fort Edward man pleads guilty in 'sex sting' case

QUEENSBURY — A Fort Edward man who was one of the last remaining defendants in a local online sex sting case is headed to state prison for 18 months after his guilty plea Wednesday.Paul R. Wilson, 33, of Fort Edward, pleaded guilty to felony attempted criminal sexual act in connection with his June

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Heroin case: Rutland woman gets 2 years | Rutland Herald

Megan Harpp, 26, of Rutland, was sentenced by U.S. District Court Judge Geoffrey Crawford to 24 months imprisonment. Harpp pleaded guilty in April.

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