April 20th, 2014
BRISTOL — Bristol police last week released their police log for the month of March. Officers had a busy month, and made several arrests for thefts, as well as for violations of court-imposed conditions.
On March 20 police arrested town resident Samuel Hellmuth, 36, after a domestic altercation at a North Street home. Police allege Hellmuth forced his way into his ex-wife’s house by kicking in a door, then threatened to harm his ex-wife and her son.
HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS
4/17 Brattleboro vs. OV Boys ................ 28-4
4/18 Milton vs. VUHS Boys.................... 15-2
4/18 Mt. Abe vs. OV Boys...................... 16-3
4/19 S. Burlington vs. MUHS Boys.......... 9-6
4/17 MUHS at St. Johnsbury...... Ppd. to 4/22
4/18 VUHS vs. Winooski............. Forfeit Win
4/19 Mt. Abe vs. Colchester................... 16-8
MIDDLEBURY — Timothy Foley, the Leicester man accused of shooting his neighbor and two state troopers, was arraigned Thursday in Addison County Superior Court on two counts of attempted murder and two counts of aggravated attempted murder.
At the request of Addison County State’s Attorney David Fenster, Judge Robert A. Mello ordered Foley held without bail.
Shalene tells Anderson on national television
she was pissed off when the bombs ripped
Boyleston Street, tore the tar up. Killed three.
Mangled and dismembered two hundred
and sixty-four more than innocent bystanders.
And says again, this Flanagan, she was pissed
off, so quickly the network doesn’t have time
to bleep her words. As if we wouldn’t know
what she’s saying, our hometown, Boston-bred
MIDDLEBURY — Local lawmakers on Monday were unsure whether a sweeping bill calling for expansion of public school districts would receive final legislative approval before the 2014 session concludes in about three weeks.
The bill in question is H.883, which allows the state’s current 282 school to voluntarily realign into around 50 expanded K-12 districts. Each school district would be governed by a single board and operate on a single budget.
VERGENNES — In a packed high school library that has become characteristic of recent board meetings, the Vergennes Union High School board on Monday evening warned a new budget that will force administrators to lay off staff.
The spending proposal totals $9,417,197, which is $316,725 less than the budget Addison Northwest Supervisory Union voters rejected on Town Meeting Day. It is also less than the budget for the current fiscal year.
NEW HAVEN — John Ben Modi stood solemnly in a neatly pressed gray suit, eyes closed, his right hand raised.
The Hon. Judge John M. Conroy, robed and bespectacled, read from a piece of paper on the podium in front of him.
“I hereby declare, on oath, that I absolutely and entirely renounce and abjure all allegiance and fidelity to any foreign prince, potentate, state, or sovereignty.”
Modi repeated the words.
MONTPELIER — If you’d told Otter Creek Brewing founder Lawrence Miller two decades ago that he would someday play a key role in Vermont’s effort to transition to a single-payer health care system, Miller would probably have wondered if you had consumed a little too much of his beer.