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Jay Man Accused Of Burglary At North Troy Residence, Allegedly Admits To Walmart And Jay Country Store Burglaries Too

Joshua Furlow, 21, of Jay, was accused of a burglary at a residence on North Pleasant Street in North Troy around 8:52 p.m. on Aug. 9. The victim reported that someone had been in their home and had taken several items, including cash, jewelry and other personal property.

CALEDONIAN RECORD-NEWS - 2018-08-16 19:00:00

Revision Hopes NH Expansion Will Benefit Newport Plant

Renderings of the new Revision Military facility in Portsmouth, N.H., that just broke ground. Officials say the new plant will enhance the future of its advanced helmet manufacturing plant in Newport City. (Courtesy Image)


Machine gun galore at the Green Mountain Boys machine gun shoot (16 PICS)

On July 13-14, dozens of machine gun enthusiasts and hundreds of fans attended the 13th annualGreen Mountain Boys machine gun shootat Camp David in Eden, Vermont. The weather held out and a good time was had by all.

GUNS.COM - 2018-08-16 15:00:25

Eisenhower's 'Summer White House' phone sold at auction

File-This 1945 file photo shows General Dwight D. Eisenhower in uniform. The plain green telephone Eisenhower used at his summer residence in Rhode Island has sold at auction. The Newport Daily News reports that the phone with no numbers or dial was sold earlier this month by Bruneau & Co. Auctionee

CALEDONIAN RECORD-NEWS - 2018-08-15 16:32:12

Second Expungement Day Expanded For Convictions From Any Vermont State Court

GUILDHALL — Essex County State’s Attorney Vince Illuzzi, Vermont Legal Aid, and the Caledonia-Essex Co. Bar Association invite community members, who have been charged or convicted of misdemeanor and other qualifying offenses, to a second expungement clinic on Saturday, Aug. 18, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.

CALEDONIAN RECORD-NEWS - 2018-08-16 09:00:00

Production - Author at Barton Chronicle Newspaper

Sheriff keeps his positionPublished 13mins ago-Productioncopyright the Chronicle August 15, 2018 Orleans County Sheriff Kirk Martin is very likely to keep his job for the next four years. He defeated Newport City Police Detective Jennifer Harlow-Jacobs, his opponent in the Republican primary, by a m

BARTON CHRONICLE - 2018-08-15 00:00:00

In Superior Court: Drug debt suspected in Jay store burglary

NEWPORT — A young Newport man accused of two counts of burglary, including one at the Jay Country Store, was allegedly in debt to a cocaine dealer.


Cajun Music Fest wraps up Kampfire's concert series

DUMMERSTON — When Jeffrey Broussard was a 6-year-old child, he snuck his daddy Delton's accordion off the shelf each day so he could teach himself to play it. Since Broussard had five brothers, Delton couldn't figure out which son was using it, because it was never in exactly the same spot he had pl

BRATTLEBORO REFORMER - 2018-08-15 00:00:00

Lamoille County Sheriff’s Department statistics Aug. 10 to Aug. 13

Note: Due to technological and personnel issues, this week’s report is incomplete.Total reported incidents,including traffic stops: 54Transports: 1

STOWETODAY.COM - 2018-08-16 10:00:00

A 1930s plan had Vermont paving its peaks

As a civil engineer, Wilgus had helped design the new Grand Central Terminal and the Holland Tunnel in New York City, had run the U.S. Army transportation service in France during the Great War (which would later become known as the First World War), and had even righted some of the columns of the P


One-hundred-fifty-first Orleans County Fair opens

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Hunting & Angling Workshop Series Kicks off in East Charleston

EAST CHARLESTON — NorthWoods Stewardship Center (NWSC) and the Vermont Fish & Wildlife Conservation Group (VFWCG) announced Modern Traditions in Hunting and Angling, a workshop series kicking off this September.The upcoming workshops give equal weight to “the old ways” – traditions in hunting and an

CALEDONIAN RECORD-NEWS - 2018-08-15 09:00:00

Police Swarm St. J Rehab After Alleged Gun Threats

ST. JOHNSBURY — A 66-year-old West Glover man was arrested by Vermont State Police Monday after allegedly making threats while visiting the Genesis Health Care (St. Johnsbury Health and Rehabilitation) Center on Hospital Drive.In a news release, police stated Gary Hillyard is facing potential charge


Military equipment company breaks ground on new headquarters

NEWPORT, Vt. (AP) — A company that develops and builds equipment for military use has broken ground on its new U.S. headquarters in New Hampshire, a move that officials say will eventually bring jobs to its helmet manufacturing plant in Vermont.


Missing 84-year-old man found dead in pond

John Sales, 84, of Danville, left his home about 6:30 a.m. Sunday.


Logging Site Fire Burning For Days In Lyndon

A fire has been burning at a logging site near the Lyndon Outing Club for days and firefighters say it’s probably going to continue burning for a while.“It’s just gonna have to burn itself out,” said Lyndonville Fire Chief Jeff Corrow on Monday.Corrow said the fire began in a “huge pile” of stumps,


Moose crash on Route 12

ELMORE, Vt. (WCAX)A car's windshield is crushed this morning, after a woman found her herself head to head with a moose.


Contenders line up for T-Road dogfight | Times Argus

Outside of the top three drivers, Barre’s Cody Blake has an outside chance at winning the title. Blake sits 47 points behind Demers. While the gap is not insurmountable, Blake will enter Thursday’s event knowing that he has to go for broke in order to gain ground.


Vt. logging site fire continues to smolder

Lyndonville Fire Chief Jeff Corrow said Monday that the blaze began in a large pile of brush and other wood, likely smoldering for days without anyone noticing. The Caledonian-Record reports the fire's exact cause is currently unknown, with Corrow saying it was "spontaneous combustion."


Logging site fire shrugs off officials' attempts to douse it

Lyndonville Fire Chief Jeff Corrow said Monday that the blaze began in a large pile of brush and other wood, likely smoldering for days without anyone noticing. The Caledonian-Recordreportsthe fire's exact cause is currently unknown, with Corrow saying it was "spontaneous combustion."