The town has already paid over $54,000 this year to an interim chief, in addition to keeping Police Chief Aaron Cochran on payroll.
Author: Katherine Fiegenbaum
Repeated vandalism plagues shores of Lake Willoughby
As the state Department of Forest, Parks and Recreation prepares to construct new parking lots, accessible trails and composting toilets at the lake’s South End, acts of destruction continue.
State charges Walgreens with causing unsafe conditions for patients and staff
The allegations include untenable working conditions for pharmacists due to insufficient staff; medication and vaccination errors; stores losing track of controlled substances; and unexpected store closures without notice, leaving patients with no clear way to fill prescriptions for days at a time.
Manufacturer JELD-WEN lays off 80 employees in Windsor County
A JELD-WEN spokesperson said the company plans to lay off roughly 10 more workers when it closes its Springfield facility.
Greensboro to raise money for Ukraine during ‘Funky Fourth’
An auction benefiting Save the Children’s Ukraine Crisis Fund has been added to the Northeast Kingdom town’s annual Independence Day celebration.
Canaan parent cited transgender people in threat against school, court documents show
A Vermont judge has granted an Extreme Risk Protection Order to prevent Shane Gobeil from accessing dangerous weapons for at least six months. He faces harassment charges in New Hampshire, where the threat was allegedly made.
Canaan man arrested after alleged threat closes schools; school canceled Wednesday
New Hampshire State Police said that Shane Gobeil would be charged with harassment in connection with the incident.
Domestic terrorism charge against Orleans County student marks rare use of 2018 law
Sheriff Jennifer Harlow said the elements of the case “fit the statute” in question.