News Release — Green Mountain Power July 28, 2017 Contact: Kristin Carlson 802-229-8200 [email protected] GMP, VT Fish and Wildlife, & Citizens Team Up to Install Bat Condo in Colchester New home will help house endangered little brown bats Colchester, Vt. – You’ve heard of a barn raising, but how about a bat condo raising? That’s […]
News Release — Saint Michael’s Playhouse July 28, 2017 Contact: Chuck Tobin (802) 654-2617 [email protected] Playhouse to Open Pulitzer Prize-winning American Comedy Classic You Can’t Take It With You (Colchester, Vermont) Saint Michael’s Playhouse, Northern Vermont’s Actors’ Equity Resident Theater Company, has announced the August 2 opening of Moss Hart and George S. Kaufman’s Pulitzer […]
News Release — U.S. Department of Justice July 19, 2017 Contact: (802) 951-6725 Fax: (802) 951-6540 Nezar Al-Bataineh, formerly of Colchester, VT, Indicted for Wire Fraud and Tax Evasion The Office of the United States Attorney for the District of Vermont announced that Nezar Q. Al- Bataineh, age 40, a Jordanian National, has been indicted […]
Gunnery Sgt. Brendan Johnson enlisted in the Marines in 1994 after graduating from Johnson State College, where he earned a degree in fine arts, said his father.
News Release — Saint Michael’s Playhouse June 29, 2017 Contact: Chuck Tobin p: 802.654.2617 www.saintmichaelsplayhouse.org Playhouse to Open Vermont Premiere of Heartwarming Comedy Miracle on South Division Street (Colchester, Vermont) Saint Michael’s Playhouse Producing Artistic Director Chuck Tobin today announced the July 5 opening of the Vermont Premiere of Tom Duzick’s heartwarming Off-Broadway comedy Miracle […]
COLCHESTER — Town police say emergency personnel responding to a call Wednesday discovered an unresponsive 7-month-old child they were not able to resuscitate. The infant was pronounced dead after being taken to the University of Vermont Medical Center, according to the Colchester Police Department. Police say their initial investigation does not indicate criminal activity, but […]
The owner of Almighty Peaks Painting told a DEA agent that he started selling heroin because so many of his employees used the drug, “it was an easy way to pay them.”
Allowing the Green Mountain Surgical Center to open would let independent doctors penetrate a market that has been exclusively controlled by hospitals.
OLCHESTER — A local woman was killed Sunday night when a car was struck by an Amtrak train at the Depot Road rail crossing, according to police. Erin Allen, 32, of Colchester, died after police said the 2008 Kia Rio crossed in front of a northbound passenger train and was pushed close to 150 feet […]
The landlord for the property, Sen. Richard Mazza, said he was “devastated” by the news and the implications that he should have known more.
Voters will weigh in on a series of charter changes intended to modernize city government.
The chief points to DEA warnings about the risk to officers from fentanyl. The state police, for their part, are being more careful but are concerned about a backlog at the testing lab.
COLCHESTER — A St. Michael’s College student was found dead early Wednesday in the Gilbrook Natural Area near the campus, school officials said. They identified the student as senior business major Jeremiah Collins, of Bridgewater, Massachusetts. Winooski police were called and Collins’ death is under investigation, but foul play is not suspected, according to a […]
Statewide testing for chemicals like PFOA turned up more contamination at a three sites in Chittenden County and one in Pittsford.