St. Johnsbury Police Chief Timothy Page said his officers had recently noticed families appearing in town without support. Gov. Phil Scott acknowledged the situation at his Tuesday press conference.
Author: Ethan Weinstein
Former state trooper arrested on more than a dozen charges for allegedly stealing more than $40,000 of items in police custody
Giancarlo DiGenova was placed on leave in December as police investigated whether he stole a Rolex from police custody. That investigation uncovered numerous instances of misconduct.
‘A wild part of me’: Rocket, a one-named videographer and Hartford politician, grapples with a pugnacious past
On screen, Rocket makes quick friends with all he meets. Off screen, he’s sometimes found himself in hot water.
Man who sustained life-threatening injuries in December prison altercation dies
Jeffrey Hall, 55, had been hospitalized since the Dec. 22 incident. His cellmate at Northwest State Correctional Facility, Mbyayenge Mafuta, was later charged with attempted murder.
Randolph votes down plan to reestablish police department
The budget proposed a steep cost increase over the town’s previous policing services, which were provided by the Orange County Sheriff’s Department.
Killington voters give TIF thumbs up at the polls
Voters gave the town approval to take on up to $47 million in debt, which will help pay for water and road upgrades. Town officials hope those upgrades will allow the town to grow and welcome residents at all income levels.
In Pomfret, a ski hill’s name change fuels conversation about a changing state
Saskadena Six is the new name for the ski area formerly known as Suicide Six. Not everyone’s happy about it.
‘Dead on arrival’: New Orange County sheriff bemoans department’s woeful finances
George Contois, the newly elected Orange County sheriff, warned of his department’s failing health. What happens if a sheriff’s department goes belly-up?
Woodstock Inn alleges ‘highly questionable’ payments to whistleblower
A message to the staff of the Woodstock Inn and Resort and Billings Farm, and counterclaims filed on Monday, sought to pick apart a lawsuit filed last month against the inn’s leadership.
Dogged by on-duty and off-duty complaints, Northfield police chief to retire
John Helfant has publicly sparred with his local school district over its policies concerning transgender students’ rights. His police work was repeatedly called into question by a former state’s attorney.