Vermont Folklife Center Portraits in Action: David Marvin

This is the sixth in a series from the recent Vermont Folklife Center exhibit, Portraits in Action: Pioneers in Renewable Energy, Environmental Conservation, and Land Use Planning.

YWP: ‘Another Poem About Fall’

This week’s Young Writers Project entry is “Another Poem About Fall” by Greta Hardy-Mittell, 15, of East Middlebury.

SCOV Law Blog: When legal worlds collide

In a custody case, had the Dad testified at the Family Division hearing about what he did that caused criminal charges to be filed, anything he said in that hearing could have later been used against him in his criminal case.

UPDATED: Man killed in Winooski police shooting identified

Vermont State Police confirmed Jesse Beshaw, 29, of Winooski, was shot and killed. Officers involved in the shooting have not been identified.

Vermont Folklife Center Portraits in Action: Bob Klein

This is the fifth in a series from the recent Vermont Folklife Center exhibit, Portraits in Action: Pioneers in Renewable Energy, Environmental Conservation, and Land Use Planning.

YWP: ‘Who Will You Be?’

This week’s Young Writers Project entry is “Who Will You Be?” by Maisie Newbury, 15, of Weybridge.

SCOV Law Blog: What is mental health provider’s duty to warn, train discharged patient’s caregivers?

This case — Kuligoski v. Brattleboro Retreat — is a big development in Vermont tort and mental health law.

Vermont Folklife Center Portraits in Action: Warren King

This is the fourth in a series from the recent Vermont Folklife Center exhibit, Portraits in Action: Pioneers in Renewable Energy, Environmental Conservation, and Land Use Planning.

YWP: ‘Fake Love’

This week’s Young Writers Project entry is “Fake Love” by Grace Brouillette of Essex Junction.

SCOV Law Blog: Dividing property in divorce

As an equitable distribution state, Vermont courts must split up property so it’s fair to each side, considering various issues in a marriage. That doesn’t necessarily mean 50-50.

CPI: Super PAC that seemingly scammed James Bond actor fined

Shady pro-Bernie Sanders group run by alleged fraudster Cary Lee Peterson hit with $7,150 penalty.

Slideshow: Campers flock from afar to suffer for their art

A gathering known as Ghost Scouts Camp brings together aspiring illustrators, animators and comic book artists in the woods of Hardwick. Radio journalist Jon Kalish visited and created an audio slideshow.

Suspect arrested in stabbing death at Champlain fair

A Williston man being sought in a fatal stabbing late Sunday at the Champlain Valley Fair in Essex Junction was arrested Monday, police say. Jacob St. Amour, 20, was taken into custody after being found in Williston, according to the Essex Police Department. He is accused of killing Ryan Durkin, 22, of South Burlington, shortly […]

Vermont Folklife Center Portraits in Action: John Ewing

This is the third in a series from the recent Vermont Folklife Center exhibit, Portraits in Action: Pioneers in Renewable Energy, Environmental Conservation, and Land Use Planning.