Archive - Aug 5, 2013 - Page
BRISTOL — Bristol’s long-running “Movies on the Park” series recently took a financial hit, but the show(s) will go on — at least for the rest of this summer.
MIDDLEBURY — The Middlebury Police Department in the coming months will phase in two newly hired police officers to replace two members who have left the force. It is a transition that will, in the meantime, require some creative scheduling to ensure shift coverage during the coming months while the new recruits are in training.
ADDISON — Vermont State Police have collared a man they believe might be responsible for dozens of burglaries that have occurred in Addison County since the beginning of this year.
ADDISON COUNTY — There are those in Addison County that live off of tradition and excellence. The Leona Thompson Bowl offers both.
MIDDLEBURY — Sheriff Don Keeler has announced the return of Paul H. Poynter to the Addison County Sheriff’s Department after an 18 year absence.
Poynter began his law enforcement career at the Addison County Sheriff’s Department in 1988. Deciding that he wished to pursue a full-time career in law enforcement, he attended and graduated from the Vermont Police Academy in 1995.
NEW HAVEN — Commuters on Route 7 through New Haven are starting to notice rows of solar arrays going up on the west side of the highway, north of the Lime Kiln Road intersection
Soon, those who take a second look will also notice something unusual on the solar farm: a herd of sheep.
MIDDLEBURY — New Addison Central Supervisory Union Superintendent Peter Burrows has only been on the job for a short time, but that has not stopped him from thinking big.
Burrows, 42, last week unveiled a series of goals for the ACSU that include a long-term action plan, boosting the district’s technology resources and programming, and increasing public outreach to students and their families.