Archive - Oct 6, 2011
MIDDLEBURY — Before the Middlebury Union High School field hockey team finally defeated South Burlington last week after a multi-year losing streak, Coach Kelley Higgins told the Tigers they were the NFL’s Buffalo Bills, who had just knocked off the New England Patriots under similar circumstances.
But before the 5-1-1 Tigers hosted rival Mount Abraham, who came into Monday’s game at Middlebury College with a 1-4-3 record, the Bills had been upset by Cincinnati on Sunday.
MIDDLEBURY — The UD-3 board on Tuesday agreed to offer up to two slots on the Middlebury Union High School girls’ varsity basketball roster to players from flood-ravaged Rochester, but learned it will not be able to offer a combined Nordic ski team with Mount Abraham Union High School.
You’ve heard the expression “If you want something done, do it yourself.”
I use this a lot. Like a few weeks ago, when I stared up at the dome ceiling light over our kitchen table and announced my plans to replace it with a proper chandelier.
My husband, Mark, groaned. He wasn’t opposed to a fancier light, but lately he’d been working so much his focus was more on putting food on the table than on illuminating it.
BRISTOL — Two men wielding baseball bats reportedly charged into Bristol’s Living Well assisted care home just after midnight on Wednesday, Sept. 29, and demanded drugs.
Bristol Police Chief Kevin Gibbs said the two suspects stole approximately 270 doses of narcotics. He described the suspects as white males, 19-20 years old, and 6 feet and 5-feet-9-inches tall, respectively. They wore ski masks, jeans and hooded sweatshirts.
VERGENNES — Vergennes police have recently issued a number of drug-related citations, some stemming from an earlier argument outside a New Haven Road home.
Police said earlier in September they responded to a dispute between a couple on New Haven Road. An investigation triggered by information gathered during that incident eventually led to charges against three people, they said.
MIDDLEBURY — Middlebury police cited Tyler J. Scherer, 22, of New Haven for driving under the influence, following a stop for speeding on Court Street on Friday, Sept. 30. Police said they measured Scherer’s blood-alcohol content at 0.186 percent. The legal limit for driving is 0.08 percent.
In other action last week, Middlebury police:
• Gave court diversion paperwork to a youth found to have been drinking alcohol on Middlebury College campus on Sept. 26.