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March 30th, 2015
VERGENNES — A 24-year-old Vergennes man, who Vermont State Police last year implicated in a series of home burglaries across three counties, was sentenced last week to 38 months in prison for being a felon in possession of firearms. Kyle Tetreault was also sentenced to three years of supervised release following his release from prison.
MIDDLEBURY — Local educator Marcia Wells, author of the 2015 Edgar nominee “Eddie Red Undercover: Mystery on Museum Mile,” will celebrate the release of the second book in the Eddie Red series, “Eddie Red Undercover: Mystery in Mayan Mexico,” at the Vermont Book Shop in Middlebury on Saturday, April 4, from 5-6 p.m.
VERGENNES — The latest Northlands Job Corps center director is a high-ranking, 18-year U.S. Coast Guard veteran who crossed the country seven times during his service years before making another trip across the continent from Oregon to take over the Vergennes job training center.
VERGENNES — With a new center director on board, and updated agreement with Vergennes police signed and an active Community Relations Council, the company that took over Northlands Job Corps in December 2013 believes the pieces are in place for the federal job training center in Vergennes to begin making substantial progress.
VERGENNES — Vergennes police on Saturday arrested an Addison man who they say robbed two Vergennes financial institutions — the first on Friday, March 13, and the second just this past Friday.
Police arrested Ricky D. Putnam, 44, and cited him for two counts of robbery — of the Peoples United Bank at the corner of Main and Maple streets on the 13th and of the Vermont Federal Credit Union at 100 Panton Road on the UTC Aerospace facility on the 27th.
MIDDLEBURY — Thanks to some great medical care, a supportive family and a lot of good friends, local three-year-old Charlotte McConnell is on a solid road to recovery after having been seriously injured by a car traveling on Weybridge Street a year ago.
MIDDLEBURY — By day, Jeremy Holt can often be found troubleshooting computers at Middlebury-area public schools.
By night, he creates superheroes that can be seen in his original comic books that are gaining a national and even international following.
Holt, 32, began writing comic books almost seven years ago.
“I kind of fell into it by accident,” he said.
FERRISBURGH — After about three years and $37,000 of fundraising, the Ferrisburgh recreation facility is ready for a major step forward.
Already, the volunteer committee has created a 45-by-90-foot skating rink that the students from the nearby Ferrisburgh Central School have used on a regular basis over the past couple winters, as have many local residents.