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BREAKING: Plymouth man shot by father - The Mountain Times
A Plymouth man was shot by his father in Goshen around 3: 30 a.m. Sunday, Aug. 19, police said.
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
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.
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.
Granville woman charged with fraud, again
FORT EDWARD — A Granville woman who was arrested in May for her alleged role in an identity theft case has been charged with public assistance fraud as well.Nicole L. Marr, 31, of Morrison Avenue, was charged with offering a false instrument for filing, a felony, for allegedly submitting false infor
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)
Goshen shooting suspect due in court
When police arrived, they arrested a 49-year-old Jeffery Young. They say Young fired multiple shots through a closed door, hitting his 28-year-old son.
VSP: Man taken into custody after Goshen shooting
VSP was notified of the shooting incident on South Hill Road around 3:30 a.m. Individuals at the residence provided aid to the 28-year-old male victim and brought him to the Rutland area, police say. That victim was met by rescue personnel and was transported to Rutland Regional Medical Center, wher
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.
No Confederate flags at the Vermont State fair, Rutland civil rights group demands
"This has been an issue for many years," said Tabitha Pohl-Moore, president of the Rutland chapter. She said the fair organizers, Rutland County Agricultural Society, have dismissed her concerns and the concerns of other fair-goers and refused to engage in conversations about vendors at the fair sel
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Two people hospitalized in crash
Police said Abdirazack Mohamed, 28, went into the median on I-91. His van then rolled over several times.
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 Region Arts Preview | Rutland Herald
Evans and Trailer Park have been joining forces of late and finding it to be a winning combination of infectious dance music, including New Orleans R&B, rock, blues and originals from their respective repertoires. The band first backed Samirah for a Mardi Gras celebration at the Shea Theater in Turn
Recovery House plans expansion in Wallingford | Rutland Herald
Dale Robb, CEO of Recovery House, which include the eponymous Wallingford site and Grace House, in Rutland, said administrators hope to have the project complete by the end of this year.
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.
Fair exhibit looks for Bigfoot | Rutland Herald
The case for what he saw is made in the Bigfoot exhibit Gosselin, a 66-year-old former police officer living in Whitehall, New York, is operating at the Vermont State Fair — one of the fair’s newest features. Located next to the pulling arena, in a building painted with trees, Gosselin has assembled
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
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.
Woman denies stabbing man with fork | Rutland Herald
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