Alexandra Rooker, whose body was found at a Poultney man’s home in March, died accidentally as a result of substance abuse, according to her death certificate.
Miami federal court Judge Darrin Gayles gave preliminary approval to the settlement. If no one objects to the terms, the agreement will move forward.
Infrastructure, ‘hole’ in the ground top priorities for federal support.
The city has asked a federal judge to throw out a nightclub lawsuit. The owner alleges that police targeted African American patrons.
The committee is made up of three men. “It seems to me that you would want someone to represent the 51 percent of society,” argued a former member of the Board of Aldermen.
RUTLAND — Officials with the Paramount Theatre are offering a $1,000 reward for four staff laptops stolen during a weekend burglary. In addition to the laptops, $300 in cash was taken, as well as a baseball belonging to a staff member that was signed by former Red Sox slugger David “Big Papi” Ortiz. It’s the […]
“We do need tax reform, but part of the tax reform is that you shouldn’t be able to avoid taxes by legal loopholes,” Welch said in reference to the president’s taxes.
Larry Jensen has been chosen as its sixth president. He has been serving in an interim capacity since last year.
Lawrence F. Jacques did not remember being at the theater with the boy or realize the youngster was gone, according to police. Officers said they found heroin and a syringe on Jacques.
“I think what happened in having the bubble burst was good in some way,” said one resident. “It made people realize they need to pull together as a community.”
The high court says a former Rutland attorney who was driving drunk when his car hit and killed Jane Outslay in April 2013 should have allowed the defendant to present expert testimony.
The money from Raymond James and Associates Inc. will go to contractors who are still owed for work on Northeast Kingdom projects and investors who poured in millions.
Four refugee families that have been cleared by federal officials will be resettling in Rutland before the end of the federal fiscal year, Sept. 30.
The hit-and-run death of a local farmer, in which the defendant is a man with more than three dozen previous convictions, has been a flashpoint.