Thursday Jul 24
K-9 cop and handler retire
After working as an officer for 41 years, Shelburne policeman Chris Morrell is calling it quits.
The Bennington Banner
Vermont lawmakers not ready to post sex offenders' addresses online
Lawmakers on Tuesday held off on deciding whether the state sex offender registry is good enough to allow offenders' addresses to be posted online.
Boater pleads not guilty after swimmer struck
A boater has pleaded not guilty to simple assault and operating a vessel carelessly after he was accused of striking a swimmer on Vermont's Lake Iroquois.
Vt. sex offender registry awaits reviews
A persistent problem with Vermont's sex offender registry translates into increased privacy for those on it.
Errors on Vt. sex offender registry continue to delay expansion
Addresses of convicted sex offenders are still not publicly available online due to lingering concerns over the registry's accuracy Errors have called the reliability of Vermont's sex offender registry into question, a new state auditor's report found, and continue to delay the publishing of home addresses of convicted sex offenders on the ... (more)
A family-farm in Hinesburg represents a dream come true for David Zuckerman and his wife, Rachel Nevitt, but the pair had to hire more help than they anticipated to compensate for Rachel's nightmarish health problems.
Are union schools the answer for Vermont?
Graduation was more than a day of diplomas for Champlain Valley Union High School seniors.