WRJ drug bust
Hartford Police say they made a drug bust in White River Junction. Jesse Laflam Junior, 20, was arrested Monday morning on a slew of charges including dealing and possessing drugs.
Monday Dec 16
The Bennington Banner
Vermont man sentenced for false veterans benefits
A Vermont man has been sentenced to five years of probation and ordered to pay over $24,000 for submitting false mileage reimbursement claims for travel to a VA hospital.
Sun Dec 15, 2013
The Burlington Free Press
Police report seizing heroin and cash during traffic stop
Vermont State Police say they seized a small amount of heroin and more than $4,000 in cash following a traffic stop of a Chittenden County man on Interstate 91 in Weathersfield.
Fri Dec 13, 2013
The Bennington Banner
Over time, new computer system put dent in VA benefits backlog
Edwin Del Rio is shown during his service in Afghanistan. After he came home, he filed a claim for post-traumatic stress disorder, knee pain and a foot injury.
Wed Dec 11, 2013
Matt Bucy is Making White River Junction Into a Next-Generation Nexus
The only sign of activity inside the former American Legion Hall in White River Junction is the low hum of the high-tech, ultraefficient heating system, which sits incongruously amid blackened cast-iron furnaces in the back room of the gutted building.
Holiday Gift Guide Part 3: Indoor/Outdoor
Attention, shoppers: That conglomerate of events we inclusively call "the holidays" is upon us - not to mention the birthdays of any friends or family members who share December with the baby Jesus.
Mon Dec 09, 2013
You're Getting Too Much Healthcare
Extraneous tests and referrals increasingly set back the U.S. medical system, and our health.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
Home for Whom? COTS Feels Out a 'Hood on Transitional Housing
Struggling with opiate and alcohol addictions, Aaron Greene should have been relieved to be admitted to an inpatient program in the White River Junction VA Medical Center.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
SBPD look for credit card thief
South Burlington Police are looking for a man using someone else's credit card. Police say he tried to use the card at multiple places in South Burlington and Winooski last month.
Sun Dec 01, 2013
Cape Cod Times
Harwich police to host Narcan training
Doses of naloxone hydrochloride, also called Narcan, are displayed on Nov. 18, 2013, in East Montpelier, Vt.
Mon Nov 25, 2013
Solar panels set at Hunter Park
A solar power field has been constructed on a parcel of land owned by Hunter Park include 523 three hundred-watt panels on the field, according to Bill Drunsic of Vermont Renewable Fuels.
Small businesses holiday message: Shop local
As the holiday shopping season gets underway, local retailers are asking Vermonters to spend their money at their stores.
The Vermont Standard
Woodstock Man Pleads Not Guilty For Role In Fatal Accident
Despite entreaties by the mother of the victim to essentially let the matter drop, the legal process moved inexorably forward this week against a Woodstock man who was allegedly drunk behind the wheel and speeding on Aug. 18 in the moments before his pickup truck flipped in West Woodstock, claiming the life of his best friend who had been riding ... (more)
Foster's Daily Democrat
Program helps veterans in Vt., NH
A new program called Veterans Justice Outreach is reaching out to help veterans in Vermont and New Hampshire who are facing issues such as jail time and homelessness.
Sun Nov 24, 2013
Dartmouth professor named teacher of the year
"There's a consensus among students that Professor May is amazing. She's one of the best.
PSU Frat involved in police investigation
A Plattsburgh State University Fraternity is the focus of a police investigation.
The Burlington Free Press
VTrans: How we're spending your money
There has been no shortage of construction on Vermont's roads this summer and, as the projects wind down for the winter, I wanted to thank you for your patience during the delays that inevitably occur during this work, and give you a sense of what Vermonters are getting for our investments in transportation.
Fri Nov 22, 2013
Peter Welch speaks at Homeless Veteran Summit
I'M BRIDGET SHANAHAN. CONGRESSMAN PETER WELCH PLEDGES TO HELP SUPPORT HOMELESS VETERANS.
Police: Rutland sex assault fabricated
Police in Rutland say a sex assault that was reported last week did not happen. Investigators say someone claimed they were sexually assaulted on Main Street near the gazebo.
Vt. unemployment rate continues to drop
Vermont's unemployment rate dropped slightly last month. The state labor department says the seasonally-adjusted statewide jobless rate for October was 4.5 percent -- that's a tenth of a point lower than September.