Rumblestrip Vermont: The grand finale at Thunder Road

In these shows and outtakes, you’ll hear from some of the drivers and from Thunder Road co-owners and ring leaders, Ken Squier and Tom Curley. PODCASTS

YWP: Sunset Running

This week’s Young Writer’s Project entry is “Sunset Running” By Abhi Dodgson, a 13-year-old student at Mater Christi School from South Hero.

SCOV Law: Not every turn of the wheel requires signaling

A defendant argues that evidence obtained after a traffic stop is inadmissible because he had not “turned” his vehicle for purposes of the motor vehicle statute under which he was stopped.

YWP: Swing

This week’s Young Writer’s Project entry is “Swing” By Erin Bundock, a 17-year-old high school senior from Shelburne.

SCOV Law Blog: Sex offender challenges probation violation, and wins

In this probation violation case, the SCOV continues to search for that elusive perfect condition of probation that will stand up to legal challenges and be clear to judges, defendants and probationers alike.

YWP: Fall Fantasies

This week’s Young Writers Project entry is “Fall Fantasies” by Ella Staats. a 15-year-old writer from Burlington.

Video of lecture by Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Eric Lipton

More than 400 journalists, students and members of the public attended Lipton’s lecture entitled: “Lobbying in America: White Hats, State Troopers, Ski Resorts & Buckets of Money.”

CEO of Vermont Electric Co-op comes out as transgender

“What I used to experience as a burden, I now recognize as a gift. Being transgender has helped me recognize and be more compassionate toward those who are marginalized,” said Christine Hallquist.

YWP: Apples

This week’s Young Writers Project is “Apples” by Sophia Cannizarro, a 15-year-old home-schooler from West Glover.

SCOV Law Blog: Allocating a child support ‘windfall’

A father seeks to have mother pay child support from a Social Security derivative disability benefit.

YWP: The Violin’s Melody

This week’s Young Writers Project entry is “The Violin’s Melody” by Samuel Boudreau, who graduated from Bellows Free Academy in St. Albans in June.

SCOV Law Blog: A surprise at a sentencing hearing

During the hearing, the trial judge mentioned that he also heard the co-defendant’s case, and was pretty familiar with the facts.

Photo slideshow: State breaks ground on expansion of veterans cemetery

The State of Vermont and the Office of Veterans Affairs Friday held a groundbreaking ceremony for the expansion of the Vermont Veterans Memorial Cemetery in Randolph Center. Lt. Gov. Phil Scott, U.S. Rep. Peter Welch and  the Vermont National Guard adjutant general, Maj. Gen. Steven Cray spoke at the ceremony. The state received $5.7 million in federal […]

SCOV Law: For divorce filings, Vermont has residency requirements

A husband seeks divorce in Vermont even though family had been living in Germany for three and a half years. SCOV examines definition of “indefinitely” and “permanently.”

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