News Release — City of Winooski Wednesday, October 4th 2017 Contact: Jessie Baker, Winooski City Manager [email protected] winooskivt.org The City of Winooski is proud to announce a new leadership structure within the Winooski Fire Department. John J. Audy Jr., who spent the last 3 years serving Winooski as Health Administrator, Zoning Administrator, and Fire Marshal, […]
The lawyer for one defendant had argued there was insufficient evidence for the charge and that the woman might have been seeking drugs for herself, not to sell them.
Nigin “Solo” Gunter, 25, of Hartford, Connecticut, and Chelsea Brown, 25, are being held pending their Aug. 22 arraignment on felony charges.
Prosecutors said William O’Brien removed $250,000 to $550,000 from the accounts of trusts and estates he handled. He pleaded guilty to mail fraud for providing false financial reports.
News Release — Mayor Miro Weinberger June 29, 2017 Contact: Katie Vane 802.734.0617 Mayor Miro Weinberger, Representatives of Federal Delegation and CEDO to Announce Major Federal Award Benefiting Low-Income Families in Burlington and Winooski Burlington, VT – Mayor Miro Weinberger, representatives of the Federal Delegation and the Burlington Community & Economic Development Office will announce […]
News Release — City of Winooski June 27, 2017 Contact: John Audy 802 655 6410 [email protected] The City of Winooski Now Offering “15-Minute Courtesy Parking Spaces” The City of Winooski is pleased to announce the introduction of “15-minute courtesy parking spaces” – an updated parking option which improves access to Downtown Winooski for our residents, […]
News Release — Community Health Centers of Burlington June 23, 2017 Contact: Kim Anderson (802) 264-8193 [email protected] Community Health Centers of Burlington Announce Addition of Winooski Family Health BURLINGTON, VT – The Community Health Centers of Burlington (CHCB) is pleased to announce the addition of Winooski Family Health as their eighth location. Winooski Family Health […]
Mill owners were happy to hire women and recent immigrants because the businesses could pay them less. The influx gave Winooski a richer ethnic mix than most of Vermont.
South Burlington incumbents returned to offices; Winooski newcomer Eric Covey ousts City Council incumbent Robert Millar.
Channel 17 will broadcast live town meeting coverage starting at 7 pm on Tuesday.
Three candidates are vying for two seats on the city council. Residents will also weigh in on a $15.9 million school budget, which represents a 6.8 percent increase in spending over last year.
News Release — Eric Covey February 27, 2017 Contact: Eric Covey, 802-825-8789 Winooski – Today many long-time local Winooski community leaders, former and current elected officials, local activists and community members announced their endorsement of Eric Covey for Winooski City Council. Eric Covey, who lives on Champlain Place, is currently the Chief of Staff to […]
News Release — City of Winooski February 3, 2017 Contact: Seth Leonard, Mayor of Winooski [email protected] 802 777 3381 The City of Winooski is pleased to announce the appointment of Jessie Baker as City Manager effective March 13, 2017. Ms. Baker currently serves as Assistant City Manager of Montpelier. In a statement, Mayor Seth Leonard […]
BURLINGTON — An autopsy has confirmed that 22-year-old Nicholas Cusson-Ducharme, who died Saturday, was killed by injuries consistent with falling from the Blue Bridge, which connects Burlington and Winooski, police say. Cusson-Ducharme’s body was discovered at the bridge by a “concerned acquaintance,” according to police. He was out with friends in downtown Burlington on Saturday […]