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Suspended Rutland firefighter arrested again

Police mug shot of Brent Garrow following his arrest on Thursday. RUTLAND - A Rutland City firefighter suspended from his job since his arrest this summer for allegedly impersonating a police officer is facing new criminal charges of drunken driving and leaving the scene of a crash early Thanksgivin

VTDIGGER - 2017-11-24 17:03:17

City firefighter charged with DUI, leaving the scene

Brent Garrow, a city firefighter and former Pittsford police officer, shown during an August court appearance. ROBERT LAYMAN / STAFF FILE PHOTO A city firefighter charged with impersonating a police officer has now been charged with drunken driving and leaving the scene of an accident. Rutland City

RUTLAND HERALD - 2017-11-24 11:22:18

Police find no evidence of bomb at Walmart, despite threat

Rutland City Police responded to a report of a bomb at the Rutland Walmart. Patrick McArdle / Staff Photo The Rutland City Police Department responded to the Walmart on Friday afternoon after having an anonymous bomb threat relayed to them by the Winooski Police Department. Police search for a backp

RUTLAND HERALD - 2017-11-24 14:03:40

Rutland Town job: Interest is high

The deadline for applications isn't until next week, but a vacant administrative assistant's position in the Rutland Town office has generated plenty of interest, according to the head of the Select Board. Joshua Terenzini, chairman of the town's board of selectmen, said Tuesday the town would accep


Windsor man dead after small plane crashes in Vermont

Police described Baker as an experienced pilot who had made the journey from Pittsfield to Middlebury 20 times. An 89-year-old western MA pilot who had been a lifelong flying enthusiast was found dead in the wreckage of his small plane in Vermont yesterday, according to authorities. The National Tra

THEINSIDERCARNEWS.COM - 2017-11-24 18:07:22

City firefighter faces new charges

GarrowA city firefighter already charged with impersonating a police officer now faces charges related to a drunken-driving crash that occurred early Thanksgiving morning. Brent Garrow, 31, was arrested early Thursday on charges of DUI and leaving the scene of an accident, according to Rutland City

RUTLAND HERALD - 2017-11-25 00:05:00

Street Talk: Tips for literary gift-giving

The opposite of what I am, which is a cat named Bob, about an addict who has a cat that helps him get sober over in England. He plays his guitar and sings, like me.Roger Kittridge, Rutland "The One Who Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest." Jack Nicholson was in a mental institution, and he ended up dying be

RUTLAND HERALD - 2017-11-24 22:48:55

A boy's Christmas tree to head for State House

The tree has grown on the lawn of Diane and Patrick Eugair for the past 26 years, after the Eugair's family adopted son, John Paul Greene-Eugair, brought home what was then a foottall seedling from the Vermont State Fair in Rutland. Diane Eugair remembers her son, who died at age 16 at then-Fletcher

RUTLAND HERALD - 2017-11-25 00:05:00

Trailer with 2 Harleys stolen in Spring: What the owner knows about the theft

SPRING, Texas - A Facebook post about the theft of a trailer carrying two Harley-Davidson motorcycles in Spring has gone viral. It includes surveillance video of the trailer being stolen Wednesday morning, around midnight. The two motorcycles were being stored in the trailer. KPRC2 spoke with Ell


One killed, two hospitalized after 18-wheeler runs red light, police say

A man was killed early Friday after police say an 18-wheeler truck ran a red light and hit his vehicle in Humble. Two other people - including one taken by Life Flight in serious condition -- were hospitalized, Harris County Sheriff's Office deputies said. Officers were dispatched to F.M. 1960 near

HOUSTON CHRONICLE - 2017-11-24 12:21:00

Realtor of the week: Reid passionate about meeting needs of her real estate clients

It does matter what agent you choose, for many reasons, such as dedication and passion. These are some of the attributes of Nathania Reid, a Realtor with Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate Gary Greene. "My goal in any transaction, large or small, is to help my clients achieve their goals and dream

HOUSTON CHRONICLE - 2017-11-24 15:16:00

Porter Democrat files to run for Montgomery County judge

A U.S. Navy veteran who acknowledges he's facing quite a challenge has announced he's running as a Democrat for Montgomery County judge. Jay Stittleburg, who admits he has a difficult battle ahead to win the election in conservative, Republican-dominated Montgomery County, has filed to run as the De

HOUSTON CHRONICLE - 2017-11-24 23:38:00

Humble ISD bond committee starts proposal formulation

Published 12:19 pm, Friday, November 24, 2017 Humble ISD Citizen Bond Advisory Committee members were tasked with formulating preliminary bond proposals during the Nov. 16 committee meeting. This was the fourth committee session, and the first of three times the committee will go through the proce

HOUSTON CHRONICLE - 2017-11-24 18:19:00

Stolen vehicle sparks early morning police chase

One man was arrested after a stolen vehicle sparked a Thursday morning police chase in northwest Houston. A patrol officer just before 4 a.m. spotted a vehicle with plates that came up as stolen, according to Houston police. When the driver refused to pull over and instead sped off, the officer foll

HOUSTON CHRONICLE - 2017-11-23 15:14:00

Families run together during annual Thanksgiving morning YMCA Run Thru the Woods

Hoping to offset the likely heavy meal they would eat later in the day, scores of women, men and children participated in the 28th annual YMCA Run Thru the Woods early Thanksgiving morning. From 5-year-olds to 82-year-olds, entire families came out to run, walk and support each other. The race has b

HOUSTON CHRONICLE - 2017-11-23 19:23:00

Feeding the masses: a Kingwood 'Friendsgiving' feast

KINGWOOD - Turkey, ham, brisket, stuffing, corn, green beans -- it's all the fixings that you need for Thanksgiving, but in Kingwood, they're hosting a "Friendsgiving." "This happened as fast as the flood happened. We put it on Facebook and it just, oh man, it went crazy," Shelli Underwood, who hel

CLICK2HOUSTON.COM - 2017-11-23 22:21:50

Fort Leonard Wood to serve thousands of Thanksgiving meals

FORT LEONARD WOOD, Mo. (AP) - Fort Leonard Wood is once again preparing for a traditional feast that serves thousands of Thanksgiving meals. Food program manager William Moffitt says his team and a food service contractor will provide nearly 12,000 meals during a lunch-time celebration Thursday and

PATRIOT LEDGER - 2017-11-23 17:02:27

Did you know Kawasaki built its 10 millionth engine recently?

It's an amazing operation you have here Maryville. The original building on the land where Kawasaki now sits, was an old Uniroyal building. Purchased in late 1988. Tim Melvin, current Kawasaki Human Resources Manager was hired in March of 1989. That, to me, speaks volumes about the kind of company K


Valley Stream Historical Society: The Lodge

According to the Nassau County Land Records, this building dates back to 1880. It is not the oldest structure in Valley Stream - that distinction belongs to a homestead in Gibson (which will be discussed in a future article), but its history makes it a Valley Stream gem. In the late 1850s, Joseph Ro


Thankful for my childhood in Valley Stream

As a former resident, I would like to share some thoughts about growing up in the 1950s and '60s in Valley Stream. In my teenage years I lived in Hewlett, just on the other side of Peninsula Boulevard - but most of my friends were from the south Valley Stream area. We hung out at soda fountains, whe