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Car totaled in Waterbury crash | Times Argus
State police responded to the crash involving two northbound vehicles at 8:45 p.m. and found one of them wrecked on its roof in the median and the other with damage to its front bumper. One of the drivers – 56-year-old Gabrielle Tiffany of Enosburg Falls – sustained minor cuts to her arm, while the
Roundup: White River blanks Twinfield | Times Argus
“We’re competing and I don’t think there was a big difference between their team and us,” Trojans coach Trevor Tait said. “They were a little better organized and we have to be stronger on the ball. But we were giving them a run for their money. We certainly want to get some goals on the scoresheet,
Police: Essex man started house fire on Jericho Road
Police say Louis Martin, 52, started the fire in a home he rents from the Lamell family at 94 Jericho Rd.. The blaze caused significant fire damage to an attached garage and extensive heat and smoke damage to the main residence, a news release said.
Wheel Pad sends unit to Vietnam veteran
JERICHO, Vt.Wheel Pad, a mobility-focused housing business, has sent a unit out to Jericho for a Vietnam vet, diagnosed with ALS, a progressive neurodegenerative disease.
Tenant accused of arson at Jericho Road home in Essex
Louis Martin, 52, was issued a flash citation to appear in Vermont Superior Court in Chittenden County to answer a charge of first-degree arson, the Essex Police Department said.
Robert Cray opens Celebration Series in Barre | Times Argus
Cray’s guitar work, always classy, saying more in a single note or phrase than many guitar slingers can convey in a torrent of ill-conceived notes, has brought a sensibility to the blues that has lent itself to a ranging audience, from blues aficionados to rock ‘n’rollers and jazz fans.
Speeder forces cars off Derby roads
In this case, police have a few suspects, but say they need more information to complete their investigation.
Police investigating untimely death in Burlington
ByJoe Carroll|Posted:Sun 7:07 PM, Sep 09, 2018|Updated: Sun 7:07 PM, Sep 09, 2018Burlington, Vt.Burlington Police were called to a home on Shelburne Road for unresponsive male in his 30's.Police say the man's roommate called 911.They are calling the death untimely.Police say it is too early in the i
Orphanage abuse: Vermont authorities to investigate survivors' stories
The probe,first reportedby Seven Days, is planned in the wake of last week's massive Buzzfeed News article byreporter Christine Kenneallyabout child abuse at Roman Catholic orphanages during the 20th century.
Essex house fire investigation ends with arson charges
Police and fire crews were called to Jericho Road Friday night for a single-family home on fire. Traffic was rerouted for almost three hours. No one was injured but during the investigation, police determined the fire was intentionally set.They arrested Martin, whom they say rents the home, and char
Images of Vermont’s 1927 flood became a horror classic
MIDDLEBURY | If you’re a fan of horror and fantasy pulp fiction, you’ve probably heard of New England author H.P. Lovecraft. Lovecraft lived in an odd world having been born (in 1890), and then dying (in 1937), in Providence. Both of Lovecraft’s parents were committed to the same mental institution
Trust Co. of Vermont Has $5.37 Million Position in Alphabet Inc Class A (GOOGL)
Trust Co. of Vermont increased its stake in Alphabet Inc Class A (NASDAQ:GOOGL) by 1.1% in the second quarter, according to the company in its most recent Form 13F filing with the Securities & Exchange Commission. The fund owned 4,754 shares of the information services provider’s stock after buying