Staffing challenges at the Grafton County Complex in North Haverhill have prompted the county commission to offer stipends to corrections officers and county nursing home staff, and have suspended all admissions to the nursing home out of concerns of an insufficient workforce.
The search for kidnapping and assault suspect Sydney J. Clark-Adams is over.
BARTON — A group of five men from across Caledonia County has been hitting the links at the Barton Golf Club since June, where they have honed their skills and had a lot of fun in the process.
State officials say elevated cases of COVID-19 in the Northeast Kingdom are due in part to the region’s low vaccination rate.
This is the first in a three-part series regarding lake reclassification efforts in the Northeast Kingdom.
It’s official: the expected draft pre-treatment discharge permit for the Coventry landfill (NEWSVT, a subsidiary of Casella and the only currently operating landfill in Vermont) was released for public comment on Monday.
Vermont State Police reported an intoxicated man carrying a loaded firearm was arrested at a residence on Nelson Hill Road in Derby Monday night.
Vermont State Police Sgt. Matthew Tarricone was honored at the Vermont State House last week for saving the life of a suicidal woman threatening to jump off the roof of the Norris Cotton Cancer Center in St. Johnsbury.
LYNDON — Curtis Carpenter couldn’t contain his frustration.
When it comes to the issue of COVID and the courts, a prosecutor and a defense lawyer found a rare space of common ground in Orleans County.
It was one of the first claims of its kind.
The Ethan Allen Institute announced that Amity Shlaes will speak on “Jefferson and Coolidge” at the institute’s 28th annual Jefferson Day Celebration on Saturday, Oct. 2 at the President Calvin Coolidge State Historic Site in Plymouth Notch.
Last week the Kingdom East School District heard from numerous employees and community members as they began weighing whether to adopt a policy requiring faculty and staff to get vaccinated for COVID-19.
Another Coos County House of Corrections inmate has been charged with felony assault against a corrections officer in West Stewartstown.
A West Burke man with a lengthy criminal record is facing several new charges related to alleged behavior at Everybuddy’s Casual Dining in Lyndonville on Sunday.
A fire rages in a car along the side of Route 2 in Cabot Sunday afternoon. According to emergency dispatch personnel, an emergency call about the fire was received at 2:41 p.m. Cabot, Walden and Marshfield Fire Departments responded and were knocking the fire down by just after 3 p.m. The oc…
NEWPORT — The lottery for the 2021 archery hunting season at Bluffside Farm is open, the Vermont Land Trust recently announced. Applications are due Sept. 24.
After nearly a year of staffing challenges at the Lisbon Police Department, two new officers have been hired.
On Sept. 21, 2021, Girl Scout Troop 51442 of Danville will be displaying pinwheels with messages of peace on the Danville Green as part of Pinwheels for Peace, a worldwide project to celebrate the International Day of Peace. Join them in this effort and create a pinwheel to spread peace.
Patrick Southworth, 37, of Vershire, Vt., was scheduled to face numerous charges on Sept. 20 in Orange County Superior Criminal Court, resulting from a Sept. 18 incident on Eagle Hollow Road in Corinth.
DANVILLE — It’s a no-brainer. Talk to folks who drive electric vehicles (EVs), and they’ll say it will be no time soon, if ever, before they go back to fossil-fuel-powered ones.
A St. Johnsbury woman, who has both witnessed and received support from the Red Cross, recently gave something back to the organization by volunteering in a Louisiana emergency shelter following Hurricane Ida.
LYNDON — Efforts to redevelop the former Vermont Tap & Die plant have been unsuccessful since it was vacated in 2014.
The Caledonia Cooperative School District — who oversees Barnet, Waterford and Walden schools — took up and discussed a number of topics at their regular meeting on Monday evening. However, the theme of remembering to be kind to others and supportive of teachers, staff and school administrat…
The traffic keeps flowing on the Heroin Highway despite the arrest of alleged local drug kingpins, Eric and Gage Colson last week.
CONCORD — The town has moved forward with cleaning up the site of a house fire on Main Street in 2019, and will seek re-payment for those costs from the property owner per an earlier agreement reached through a court process.
LYNDON CENTER — A typo in a job posting, as well as employment contracts for students who work as resident assistants (RA) at Northern Vermont University (NVU) incorrectly stated the amount of pay for that role on campus, doubling the actual pay of $2,400 a year.
LITTLETON — One down, and selectmen hope there won’t be one more to go.
Hardwick resident Zane D. Davison said he was intoxicated and angry with his parents when he tore a clock off the wall at the Hardwick Inn and threw it into the Lamoille River.
LYNDONVILLE — At last week’s Northeast Kingdom Waste Management District’s (NEKWMD) Board of Supervisors meeting, the group, meeting virtually and from across the region, paid tribute to one of their own: Yves Daigle, of Westford, whose funeral was Tuesday.
MONTPELIER — House Speaker Jill Krowinski and Senate President Pro Tem Becca Balint are holding community conversations about the opportunities for investments that will transform and shape the future of the state. These regional discussions will be held virtually, with two seeking feedback …
MONTPELIER — This Sunday, Sept. 19 at 3 p.m., Vermont Interfaith Action will host a COVID-19 Memorial Service to bring healing as a community and to honor Vermonters lost to the coronavirus. It will be held on the lawn of the Statehouse in Montpelier.
Preservation work at the Shores Museum in Lyndon Center, that has been ongoing all summer, is almost complete. The bulk of the work, which was funded by a grant from Preservation Trust of Vermont/Freeman Foundation, was raising and repairing the wrap-around, first-floor porch and a second-fl…
An arrest warrant has been issued for a third suspect in the recent kidnapping and beating of a Barnet man.