CASTLETON — The Middlebury women’s hockey team on Saturday wrapped up its first semester with a 5-2 win at Castleton (6-4-1). The Panthers, ranked No. 5 in NCAA Division III, improved to 5-2 and return to action at Elmira on Jan. 3.
Middlebury outshot the Spartans, 46-20, and struck 3:48 into the opening period when Emily Fluke notched her fifth goal of the year by converting Jessica Young’s feed from behind the net.
ADDISON COUNTY — In recent proceedings in the Addison County Superior Court, Criminal Division:
Allen Anderson, 56, of Pittsford pleaded innocent to an Oct. 3 charge of driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs or both. A status conference was scheduled for a later date.
Alara Bourgeois, 21, of Bristol pleaded innocent to Oct. 12 charges of driving with a suspended license and violating conditions of release. A status conference was scheduled for a later date.
MIDDLEBURY — Middlebury police responded to a report of a woman screaming and asking people for $500 near the Middlebury Short Stop on Court Street Extension on Dec. 5. Police said they found the woman at McDonald’s Restaurant and issued her a no-trespass order for the Short Stop property.
In other action last week, Middlebury police:
• Received some unused prescription drugs for disposal on Dec. 1.
ADDISON COUNTY — A Good Samaritan who had stopped to check on the driver of a vehicle that had slid off River Road in Bristol this past Thursday morning, saw her own vehicle itself become the victim of a hit and run.
BRISTOL — Police in Bristol investigated the use of counterfeit bills in town recently, according to a log sent by Chief Kevin Gibbs last week that details what his department worked on in the end of October and November.
VERGENNES — Despite making advance efforts to warn residents and visitors about the city’s December-through-March ban on overnight on-street parking — efforts that included issuing warnings on Dec. 1, the first night of the ban — Vergennes police ticketed and/or ordered towed a number of vehicles during the ban’s first week.
By the end of those seven days, however, car owners seemed to have gotten the message: Vergennes police ticketed nine cars and ordered three of them towed, all by Dec. 5.
To provide shelter for those without electricity and heat, local Emergency Manager and Middlebury Police Chief Tom Hanley has opened the municipal gym at 94 Main St. to locals whose electricity has been cut by the ongoing snowstorm. The Red Cross has been notified and will provide staffing for the emergency shelter.
Those needing transportation to the gym can contact Addison County Transit Resources at 388-1946 until 5 p.m., and the Middlebury Police Department at 388-3191 after 5 p.m., to arrange a ride.
He cares so much for us he doesn’t
plow the middle of the road.
He knows the cold can make
a rink of where we’ll have to walk
in the middle of the night
when the lines are down,
the power out.
He won’t scrape it to stones
freezing to cement.