Archive - 2013
BRISTOL — Bristol police last week cited an employee of Champlain Farms for embezzlement from the state liquor store in the Main Street business.
The Vermont Department of Liquor Control conducted an audit of the store after flagging suspicious activity related to sales transactions on the liquor store cash register, and on March 22 handed the results to the Bristol Police Department. Police Chief Kevin Gibbs said it was determined that liquor inventory worth more than $5,000 was unaccounted for.
VERGENNES — Between March 25 and 31, Vergennes police dealt with several drug incidents, the alleged theft of a large sum of cash from a Northlands Job Corps locker, and a domestic assault case at the John Graham Emergency Shelter.
In that seven-day time frame, city police:
• After a March 25 North Main Street traffic stop cited Jessica Rochon, 24, of Addison for driving with a civilly suspended license, ticketed her for possessing drug paraphernalia, and confiscated jewelry in her car to investigate whether it was stolen property.
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A picture of four mud-soaked and delighted children was recently posted on the Facebook page of a children's museum that we frequented when we lived in California, under the caption: This is how kids should be playing.
MIDDLEBURY — Engineers are plowing head-on into planning for the replacement of the Merchants Row and Main Street railroad overpasses, a project they said would be accomplished with unprecedented rapidity and with what they hope will be minimal disruption to local businesses.
RUTLAND — Just listening to these working parents pursuing college degrees is exhausting.
Ava Pehm, 42, of Pittsford is a single mother to two kids, ages 10 and 13. She is pursuing a degree in administrative management from the Community College of Vermont in Rutland and works part-time.
Greg Lambert, 36, of Rutland is a single father to a seven-year-old boy and is a recent cancer survivor pursuing a degree in environmental science at CCV.
Niki Twohig of Rutland has two-year-old twin boys, and splits her time between school and work.
BRISTOL — The location may have been rural Vermont, but the ambiance was entirely French at the Mount Abraham Union High School cafeteria last Thursday. French music piped in through the speakers, crisp, white tablecloths dressed up the cafeteria, and students gathered to converse in French over a gourmet meal prepared by chef Bill Snell of New Haven’s Tourterelle restaurant.
NEW HAVEN — K9 Vincent of the Vermont State Police New Haven Barracks will be receiving his bullet- and stab-proof vest thanks to a nationwide Groupon event. K9 Vincent is a 4-year-old Belgian Malinois assigned to handler Senior Trooper Justin Busby. K9 Vincent is certified in narcotics detection and patrol techniques for the Vermont State Police.
ADDISON COUNTY — Spring is in the air, the days are getting longer and for some homes and businesses, the increased sun exposure may mean more than starting gardens, wearing shorts and slathering on SPF-65.
A growing number of homeowners around Addison County are considering putting photovoltaic solar panels on their rooftops or in their yards, which until recently constituted a substantial up-front investment — from $10,000 to $100,000, depending on the size of the home and the location.