Public safety would have been compromised, prosecutors say.
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A distraught Duxbury man, who fired three shots at police during a six-hour standoff at his home on Monday, died later of a self-inflicted gunshot wound.
A man and woman are dead following a shooting incident Wednesday night at a Grafton Road home in Townshend, Vermont State Police confirmed.
A former Bennington School Inc. employee, who also worked at a Department of Corrections facility, is accused of having sex with a student at the school and lying to police about her contact with children at her other job.
Health officials Tuesday warned Vermonters of the dangers of “spice,” a synthetic marijuana product that caused several overdoses in New Hampshire over the weekend. The drug commonly known as “spice” is a mixture of herbs and spices that is sprayed with chemicals similar to the active ingredient in marijuana. Other chemicals are sometimes also sprayed […]
A committee tasked with addressing poverty seeks feedback about how the state can improve services delivered by the Department for Children and Families. The 30-member Pathways from Poverty council, created by Gov. Peter Shumlin, seeks feedback in three ways: 1. Attend a public hearing: • 6 p.m. Aug. 28 • 2 p.m. Sept. 5. Members […]