Attorneys for a contractor that lost its bid to demolish Burlington High School argued in court on Friday that the winning bidder is not qualified based on the district’s own criteria. The judge heard arguments for a possible injunction.
The former president and CEO of Jay Peak took aim at state officials in a court filing for failed oversight in the largest fraud case in Vermont’s history. Former Gov. Peter Shumlin called it “a classic example” of blame-shifting.
State officials say Vermont Correctional Industries has been losing money and doesn’t help people find jobs later.
The town told the court it filed suit because the camp had failed to obtain a permit. The camp’s founder argued he doesn’t need one, but the court found otherwise.
William Arthur Nichols Jr., 41, was arrested Monday on charges related to his participation in the Capitol riot.
Richard P. Burgoon Jr. accused Bennington County State’s Attorney Erica Marthage of “bullying tactics” in a letter sent Monday to Vermont Attorney General Charity Clark. Marthage has defended her actions.
A law enforcement officer with a Brady letter is one whom prosecutors allege has credibility issues that could affect the outcome of the criminal cases they’ve investigated. Franklin County Sheriff John Grismore’s Brady letter is related to a misdemeanor charge he is facing.
Morris has continued to fight back and speak out since resigning her seat as a state representative from Bennington. She stepped down out of concern for the safety of her family, but she has not stepped back.
After police responded to reports of a “melee” among spectators at the Alburgh Community Education Monday night, a 60-year-old man sought medical care and was pronounced dead at a hospital, according to police.
Key state senators are proposing a constitutional amendment that would establish qualifications for sheriffs, on top of a bill that could get rid of sheriffs’ administrative fee for contract work their departments undertake.