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Montgomery Resident Cited For Driving Crime In Newport
Ryan Garrow, 26, of Montgomery was cited for driving on a criminally suspended license Dec. 11. Vermont State Police stopped Garrow on Searles Road in Newport for defective equipment around 4:45 p.m. A subsequent license check allegedly revealed Garrow had a suspended license. Now Garrow is schedule
Missing sex offender located and arrested
NEWPORT, Vt. — Yesterday the Vermont State Police sought assistance in locating Mark Lovejoy. On Dec. 11 the Orleans County Court issued a warrant for Mark Lovejoy for a violation of his court ordered conditions of release. State Police have attempted to locate Lovejoy at his listed addresses howeve
Dailey Library Stories With Santa’s Elves
The Dailey Memorial Library in Derby will host “Stories with Santa’s Elves” on Saturday, Dec. 15, at 11 a.m. in the library’s children’s section. Some very special elves will read to the children and listen to their holiday wish lists. Cookies and hot chocolate will be served.
In Superior Court Family manslaughter case resolved
NEWPORT — A family feud that boiled over into a homicide reached a conclusion here Monday in Orleans County Superior Court. …To read the rest of this article, and all the Chronicle‘s stories, subscribe to the online edition below:
Police Seek Man They Say Violated Court Order And Terms Of Sex Offender Registry
Vermont State Police are seeking a man listed on the Sex Offender Registry who is no longer living at his last known Barton address. Mark Lovejoy, 39, may be in the Newport area, reported Sgt. Debra Munson, of the Vermont State Police barracks in Derby. Lovejoy was issued an arrest warrant on Tuesda
Ryan Bacon Sentenced In Lou-Ron Schneider Shooting
NEWPORT CITY — Judge Robert Bent on Monday sentenced Ryan Bacon of Greensboro to eight to 15 years with five years to serve in the shooting death of Lou-Ron Schneider. Bacon, 33, pleaded no contest in May to involuntary manslaughter, causing the unlawful death on Aug. 23, 2015 of Schneider at his ho
1-Year-Old Child Nearly Impaled in Vermont Highway Crash
Vermont State Police investigated a scary close call in Colchester, when a piece of flying construction material smashed through a car’s rear window and nearly impaled a one-year-old child inside.
Crash With Pedestrian Under Investigation
Vermont State Police responded to a crash involving a pedestrian Dec. 3 on Main Street in Derby. According to a report, 72-year-old Bernard Crownson of Island Pond collided with Nancy Durivage, 77, of Derby. Durivage was transported to North Country Hospital with minor injuries and the incident rema
Chinese nationals charged with sex trafficking in Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont
Two Chinese nationals who were living in Concord, New Hampshire, have been arrested and charged with running a sex trafficking ring in Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont that included homes and hotels in Portland, South Portland and Kittery.
Canadian lawmaker calls for probe into landfill expansion
COVENTRY, Vt. (AP) — A Canadian lawmaker has called for an investigation into the impact of a planned landfill expansion. The Caledonian-Record reports Parliament member Denis Paradis said Wednesday that he would push the U.S. and Canada to request "an urgent investigation" from the International Jo
H.S. roundup: Rangers hit floor running, win 63-46
ORLEANS — It didn’t take long for the Lake Region Rangers to hit the floor running. In their home as well as season opener, the Rangers cranked out 25 points in the second quarter, going on to a 63-45 win over BFA-Fairfax in a game whose outcome was a foregone conclusion by halftime (41-12).
Funeral Home Owner Eyeing Old Drive-In For New Facility
The owner of two Caledonia County funeral homes is proposing to build a new multi-use facility on Route 5 near the Lyndon-St. Johnsbury border.
Derby joins opposition against expanding landfill
DERBY, Vt. (AP) The town of Derby says it has joined Newport in opposing the expansion of Vermont's only landfill. The Derby Select Board and the Newport City Council both cited concerns over air quality and water quality in their opposition. The Caledonian-Record reports the Coventry Select Board h
MAC Center For The Arts Presenting ‘Showflakes’
NEWPORT — Memphremagog Arts Collaborative celebrates the holidays with an original and irreverent musical revue, Showflakes, on Friday, Dec. 14 at 7:30 p.m. Scripted and directed by Lynn Leimer, who also emcees as the Snow Queen, MAC presents a cast of Frozen Eccentrics dealing with the conundrum of
DUI Arrest At Lyndonville McDonald’s
Corey Gadapee, a 32-year-old East Haven resident, was arrested in the parking lot of the Lyndonville McDonald’s for allegedly driving under the influence Dec. 2. Gadapee was stopped by Vermont State Police at 3:21 a.m., taken into custody and processed. He is scheduled to appear in Caledonia County
Four charged with trespassing in camp
NEWPORT — Two people suspected by police of being involved in the drug trade and interstate trafficking were arraigned here in Orleans County Superior Court on charges stemming from trespassing and occupying an Irasburg cabin.
Vermont State Police Arrest Newark Resident for Simple Assault and Disorderly Conduct
Robin Larmirand, a 42-year-old Newark resident, was arrested for simple assault and disorderly conduct Dec. 3 on Berry Hill Road, Sheffield. Vermont State Police say Lamirand punched 48-year-old Angeline Couillard of Lyndon in the arm several times causing pain and spit on her. Lamirand was cited to
CAN SECOND GRADERS VOTE?
Kathy Beals is shown with United Christian Academy second-grade students, from left, Zoe, Ahnya, Alexis, Kieren and Benjamin, during a November visit to the municipal building in Newport, where Beals and her husband introduced them to the voting polls. Hopefully the students will remember their fiel
St. J Resident Cited For Driving On Suspended License
Dakota Mcallister, 20, of St. Johnsbury, was cited for driving on a suspended license on Memorial Drive in St. Johnsbury Nov. 25. St. J police reportedly stopped Mcallister for a minor vehicle offense and subsequently cited Mcallister to appear in Caledonia County Superior Court Jan. 7, 2019.
I, Me, Mine: The grousing stops here
“Bundle up” is the word of the day, and what weather could be more appropriate than this bracing cold for this morning’s snowmobile safety class at Lyndon Town School. Sixteen people are signed up, and it goes until 3:30 this afternoon, class contact Ben Robinson says. It’s not a skills class but ju