The Attorney General’s Office says there is probable cause for them to believe that Maj. Leonard Roberts physically assaulted his estranged wife, but not enough evidence for a jury conviction. The officer remains on administrative leave while the Hartford Police Department completes its investigation.
Kristopher Locke allegedly duped a 17-year-old boy into thinking Locke was in danger and being threatened by a woman.
Suspected arsonist Anthony K. Boisvert, who is also charged with first-degree assault, had more than one disturbing outburst during his video arraignment on Tuesday, including threats to kill and cannibalize family members.
(Editor’s note: This article by Tim Camerato was first published in the Valley News on Jan. 4, 2017.) BARTON — Upper Valley nurses are mourning the loss of one of their own after a Quechee surgical nurse was killed in a car crash on Monday. Stacy Bissell, 45, began working in November at the Veterans […]
The college looks to trim payroll and boost revenues.
The Alliance for Vermont Communities was formed to oppose the plan of a Utah man who wants to establish a carbon-neutral, self-sustaining city on 5,000 acres in central Vermont.
David Ainsworth, a Royalton Republican, said Rep. Sarah Buxton, D-Tunbridge, his four-time rival, congratulated him after the tally was announced and the two hugged.
The facility’s fate is up in the air now that Bradford state police leadership has been merged into the St. Johnsbury barracks. Local police say they are intrigued by the idea but have some concerns.
Townspeople grappled with the news and described the pair as kind and popular longtime members of the community.
The initial count on Election Day showed incumbent Sarah Buxton with a three-vote lead over David Ainsworth in their Windsor-1 District, but the Nov. 21 recount showed a tie at 1,000 votes apiece. Uncertainty remained over whether two Ainsworth votes had been included in that count.
The objective, researchers said, was to evaluate the integrity of the American election system as multiple states contemplate recounts and as President-elect Trump continues to attack the results.
Editor’s note: This article by Jordan Cuddemi was first published in the Valley News on Nov. 30, 2016. HARTFORD — An Upper Valley man who is suing two Hartford police officers alleging they used excessive force against him in his own home may get his day in court next year, almost seven years after the […]
With the outcome of at least one Vermont House race still unclear, and another recount having taken longer than expected, officials from both parties have questioned a 2014 law that requires machines to be used in the process.