“It all kind of happens quietly,” Rick Cawley, chair of the Corinth selectboard, said of the film. “I’ve only heard about it on a need-to-know basis.”
Author: Ethan Weinstein
After resignations over ‘Chieftain’ name, Green Mountain school board brings back 2 members
Earlier this month, the Green Mountain school board voted to keep its controversial ‘Chieftain’ mascot name, prompting three school board members and the superintendent to resign.
For now, defendant in Brattleboro ax murder found incompetent
The state can order a further competency evaluation, and if Zaaina Mahvish-Jammeh is released from Department of Mental Health custody, they will be held by the Department of Corrections, a judge wrote.
Incarcerated man alleges Springfield prison superintendent ignored report of sexual abuse by officer
In a civil lawsuit, Michael Lewis alleges Mike Lyon, who recently returned as superintendent of the Southern State Correctional Facility after he was cleared in an unspecified misconduct investigation, prevented him from reporting alleged sexual abuse by a corrections officer.
Woodstock will pay landlords in nearby towns to house its workers
Originally, the program funded only units in Woodstock. Now, the town’s economic development commission has expanded the program’s boundaries.
Matthew Romei is out as Capitol Police chief
Neither Romei nor Janet Miller, the Statehouse sergeant-at-arms, would provide details about the nature of the chief’s exit.
The Department of Corrections will end its work crew program. Prosecutors are not pleased.
Work crew, stricter than probation, allowed those convicted of crimes to serve a furloughed sentence while avoiding jail time. The corrections department plans to end the program July 1.
Department of Corrections investigation clears Springfield prison superintendent of alleged misconduct
Mike Lyon was placed on paid leave last month, when the corrections department announced it was investigating a misconduct investigation.
Security concerns and multi-party candidate limitations threaten to sink election bill
A bill including a series of changes to Vermont’s voting laws advanced in the Senate on Friday, but it looks unlikely to become law until at least January.
For the first time in decades, the state gives the Lamoille River’s walleye a helping hand
Dwindling walleye numbers in the Lamoille River signaled to biologists that stocking might be in order. This year, they plan to bolster the river’s natural population with hatchery-raised fish.