The 82-year-old Richmond resident was brought to the hospital with life-threatening injuries.
Author: Jeralyn Darling
Peacham duo charged in kidnapping case
The victim was left alone in the truck long enough that she was able to break free of her restraints and drive away, police said.
Man incarcerated at Springfield prison dies
David Boglioli, 73, of Wilmington, died Tuesday at Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center in Lebanon, New Hampshire, according to the Vermont Department of Corrections.
Vermont State University to close libraries, downgrade sports programs
The university, which formally launches in July, announced the changes to students, faculty and staff Tuesday afternoon. Some students immediately expressed opposition to the plan.
Vermont state trooper suspended during investigation of barracks theft
Giancarlo DiGenova was placed on paid leave on Dec. 19, according to the Vermont State Police. The agency said it was conducting a criminal investigation into alleged theft in the temporary evidence storage room in the Williston Barracks.
Burlington man charged in downtown stabbing death
Von “Red” Simmonds, 40, was arrested Thursday afternoon and charged with second-degree murder, according to the Burlington Police Department. He is accused of killing Abubakar Sharrif, 23, of Burlington.
19-year-old charged with murder in July shooting near Burlington’s Roosevelt Park
Abdiaziz Abdhikadir is charged in the killing of Hussein Mubarak, 21, who was shot in the head on Luck Street on July 7. Abdhikadir also faces eight counts of attempted murder in a separate incident in which he allegedly fired shots into Mubarak’s home.
Poll finds three-quarters of Vermont voters support abortion amendment
The University of New Hampshire survey also asked Vermonters about gun laws, safe injection sites and trust in local law enforcement.
Terminally ill woman, Middlebury doctor sue Vermont over aid-in-dying law’s residency requirement
For those who are terminally ill, according to Bluestein, moving to another state is an enormous — and potentially impossible — undertaking.
Pride flags set ablaze on Isle La Motte
“I think it will take the community coming together to try to figure out who did this and hold them responsible,” a state trooper said.