College of St. Joseph welcomes class of 2019
By early morning, the Sun was shining and cars were quickly filling up the parking lots, carrying the 75 new members of College of St. Joseph’s undergraduate community.
The water and ground search for missing Denise Hart has ended, according to Vermont State Police officials.
On Aug. 19, at approximately 4:27 p.m., the Vermont State Police responded to U.S. Route 7 just south of Carriage Run Road in Rutland Town, for a report of a vehicle off of the roadway.
Vermont State Police surface and underwater teams assembled at the boat launch area along Otter Creek, adjoining the Cornwall-Salisbury Covered Bridge, Aug. 18, to resume the search for missing Denise Hart, 24, of Connecticut.
Town of New Haven officials are gearing up for what promises to be a spirited public meeting about yet another local, alternative-energy project. The meeting will be held, tentatively, at the town office building on Monday, Aug. 24, at 7 p.m.
The search for missing Denise Hart will resume Aug. 18.
The family of a well-known Chittenden County physician left Vermont Superior Court in Middlebury earlier this week stunned that the Addison County State’s Attorney’s Office opted to charge the driver who allegedly struck and killed the doctor last month with a lesser charge.
Vermont Watchdog Report
Vermont taxpayers may be supporting the sale of baby body parts, as Planned Parenthood’s senior director of medical services admitted; she said that the national abortion leader harvests and sells fetal organs taken during procedures.
Residents in the Town of Bristol voted July 7 in support of the $3.19 million bond to build a new fire station and purchase 9.03 acres of land on West Street. A total of 555 residents (including absentee voters) cast ballots with 415 in favor of the project and 140 not.
Three years ago the Vermont State Legislature unanimously passed the Vermont Universal Recycling law (Act 148), and its first major recycling milestone starts today—July 1, 2015.
Registered voters of the Town of Bristol will vote Tuesday, July 7, at Holley Hall from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m., on a $3.19 million bond to build a new fire station and purchase 9.03 acres of land located on West Street.
Independence Day and other July events
Things to do starting July 4 around the Middlebury-Brandon-Rutland-Killington region
An apparent pipeline break, located near the Dunkin' Donuts shop in downtown Middlebury, accidentally pumped thousands of gallons of water onto Court Street (U.S. Route 7) at approximately 9:39 a.m. June 26.
Green Mountain Power officials are encouraging customers to be aware of electrical safety as the forecast is predicting two rounds of strong thunderstorms that could cause damage and outages Tuesday.
At approximately 8 p.m. June 10, the Vermont State Police was contacted by the Kansas Highway Patrol about an incident possibly involving murder suspect Jason Kendall of Windsor, who is being sought for second-degree murder in the homicide of Molly Helland.