April 8th, 2015
MIDDLEBURY — Middlebury police say that 18-year-old Deven Corse-Terrier of Middlebury spray-painted a wall and piano at the Addison Central Teens center in the lower level of the Middlebury municipal building on April 2.
Authorities cited Corse-Terrier for unlawful trespass and unlawful mischief.
In other action last week, Middlebury police:
• Responded to a report of a man urinating in front of a South Village Green business on March 30.
ADDISON COUNTY — A young woman from Bristol was seriously injured Saturday in a crash on Interstate 89 that killed a fellow passenger in the car.
Vermont State Police report that at about nine minutes past 5 p.m. on April 4 they were notified of a one-car crash on Interstate 89 southbound in Colchester near mile marker 94. The weather was clear and sunny at the time of this crash and the roadway was dry.
VERGENNES — The Commodore Parent Teacher Group (CPTG) is sponsoringthe first presentation of a Parent/Family Lecture Series on Tuesday, April 7, at the Vergennes Union High School Library from 7-8:30 pm.
The public is invited to join Tom Fontana, a school based clinician at VUHS for a discussion on “Talking With Your Teen About Dating.”Fontana is a mental health and substance abuse counselor and highly respected staff member at VUHS. He is known for connecting with students on a personal and individual level.
It's important to learn how to say "No."
I know, I know, you think, rolling your eyes. C'mon, tell me something new.
Here's my best shot at something new: I'd wager that not many people have been taught to say "No" by Lucky the Leprechaun.
Before we get to Lucky, though, let's review the basics about saying "No:"
The Addison Independent is proud to publish the Students of the Week from area High Schools each week. The students are chosen by teachers and administration from each school who would like to recognize their exceptional engagement in the high schools they attend.
VERGENNES — The Lake Champlain Committee recently received an $8,280 grant from the Vermont Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) Ecosystem Restoration Program to fund a study of needed design modifications for a stormwater pond in the Crosby Farms neighborhood of Vergennes.
The city will contribute $2,800 in matching funds, according to City Manager Mel Hawley.
The stormwater pond has been identified as needing remediation in the Vergennes Municipal Plan and by a Vermont DEC stormwater mapping project.