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Police: Pownal woman subjected child to numerous, unnecessary medical tests
Vermont
BENNINGTON — A Pownal woman is accused of having her child subjected to dozens of invasive, unwarranted medical tests, and lying about the child's health on Social Security Disability applications. Tina Sbrega, 33, pleaded not guilty Monday in Vermont Superior Court to two misdemeanor counts of welfare fraud, two felony counts of false swearing, two misdemeanor counts of false pretenses
April 05 2015
After four years, Arlington man acquitted of son's death shares story
Manchester, vermont
BENNINGTON >> Two years after his infant son's death, Russ Van Vleck, now 32, walked out of a windowless courtroom, acquitted of manslaughter, and said, "I can finally move on with my life." That was four years ago on a sunny day in November, when Vermont Superior Court was being held in gloomy, temporary modular buildings pending the construction of a new State Office Complex.
March 20 2015
Pownal man arrested on animal cruelty charges
Vermont
A Pownal, Vermont man faces animal cruelty charges. State police removed four dogs, three ferrets and a cat from the home on Sunflower Street on Tuesday. Investigators say the animals were neglected and living in bad conditions. 35-year-old Gilbert Squiers was arrested. He is scheduled to appear in Bennington Superior Court on March 30.
February 25 2015
Charges dismissed in 1986 murder of Manchester golf pro
Manchester, Vermont
MONTPELIER >> The State of Vermont has dismissed charges against suspect David Allan Morrison in the 1986 murder of Manchester golf pro Sarah Hunter, then 36. Bennington County State's Attorney Erica Marthage issued a statement Friday that the case was dismissed without prejudice after it was determined that a "substantial error" had been made in a case officer's handling and processing of
February 13 2015
Years-long cases a theme in Bennington courts in 2014
Vermont
BENNINGTON >> Many of 2014's major court cases in Bennington County have their roots deep in the past. David Allan Morrison, 54, pleaded not guilty in July to allegedly murdering Sarah Hunter, a 36-year-old golf pro, some 27 years ago in Manchester. Local prosecutors said last year they had tied Morrison to the case and planned to file a murder charge.
December 29 2014
Community calendar for the week
Manchester, vermont
Today NORTH BENNINGTON Young at Heart luncheon: The Young at Heart Seniors' Luncheon at Kevin's, 10:30 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. seatings. Call Gail Boutin to reserve seats at 802-447-6210. NORTH ADAMS, MASS Health lecture: A health lecture will be held at Eat To Total Health, located at 14 Ashland St. at 6:30 p.
December 26 2014
Tinmouth man charged with wire fraud in Florida court
Vermont
BENNINGTON >> A Vermont man is being charged with wire fraud in a Florida district court after texting a defense witness in a manslaughter trial that he could have a relative assure a hung jury for $500,000 or an acquittal for $1 million. James Perron, 48, of Tinmouth, was arrested near Albany on Oct.
November 12 2014
Accused murderer waives speedy trial
Vermont
BENNINGTON -- The man accused of murdering a woman in Manchester nearly 30 years ago waived his right to a speedy trial Tuesday, allowing the case to progress at a slower pace. David A. Morrison, 54, who has pleaded not guilty to a first degree murder charge in connection with the death of Sarah Hunter, had been scheduled for a trial in November, a deadline that concerned Judge John Wesley
October 01 2014
Community Calendar This Week
Vermont
BENNINGTON -- There will be a free public forum to learn about business financing options, hosted by Bennington County Industrial Corporation in the CCV Community Room from 10 to 11:30 a.m. The presenters are U.S. Small Business Administration, Vermont Economic Development Authority, Vermont Community Loan Fund, Community Capital of Vermont, USDA Rural Development, and the Town of Bennington.
August 22 2014
SVHC plans to open same-day clinic in the fall
Manchester, vermont
BENNINGTON -- People in immediate need of a doctor -- but who don't need the emergency room -- may have another option this fall. James Trimarchi, director of planning at Southwestern Vermont Health Care, said Friday that $1.5 million in renovations to Southwestern Vermont Medical Center's medical office building will result in more exam rooms, better patient flow, and space for
August 14 2014
Suspect in 1986 Manchester murder case pleads not guilty
California
BENNINGTON -- The man accused of killing Sarah Hunter 27 years ago in Manchester pleaded not guilty to a murder charge Tuesday in Vermont Superior Court.
July 16 2014
Suspect in 1986 murder case pleads not guilty
California
BENNINGTON -- The man accused of killing Sarah Hunter 27 years ago in Manchester pleaded not guilty to a murder charge Tuesday in Vermont Superior Court. David A. Morrison, 54, is currently serving out a lengthy jail sentence in California for kidnapping a woman there and attempting to rape and kill her.
July 16 2014
Suspect in 1986 murder case pleads not guilty; David Morrison extradited from Calif. to answer char
California
BENNINGTON -- The man accused of killing Sarah Hunter 27 years ago in Manchester pleaded not guilty to a murder charge Tuesday in Vermont Superior Court. David A. Morrison, 54, is currently serving out a lengthy jail sentence in California for kidnapping a woman there and attempting to rape and kill her.
July 16 2014
Accused killer in three-decades-old case pleads not guilty
California
BENNINGTON - The man accused of killing Sarah Hunter 27 years ago in Manchester pleaded not guilty to a murder charge Tuesday in Vermont Superior Court.
July 15 2014
Police file charges in crash
Vermont
BENNINGTON -- A local man is facing a misdemeanor charge after it was alleged he caused a crash which resulted in two people going to the hospital. Michael P. Smith Jr., 35, of Bennington, pleaded not guilty to leaving the scene of a crash with property damage. He was released under the conditions that he not drive without a valid license, and show up to court when scheduled.
June 29 2014
Vermont looking to transfer mentally ill mass shooter to different psychiatric facility
Vermont
BENNINGTON -- The commissioner of the Department of Mental Health is requesting a judge's approval to move Elizabeth Teague, who was found incompetent to stand trial for a 1991 workplace shooting spree, to a less secure psychiatric facility.
June 29 2014
High-level health care talks held in Bennington
New York
BENNINGTON -- Hospital systems need to change, and that will require a lot of talking amongst people who are not directly involved in health care. That was one item that Tom Dee, president and chief executive officer of Southwestern Vermont Health Care, took away from a conversation held Wednesday at Bennington College that involved both locals and high-level state and national health care
June 28 2014
Patricia Prue's trial date closer to being set
Bennington, Vermont
A trial date is closer to being set for Patricia Prue.
June 20 2014
Four Vt. children contract salmonella
Bennington, Vermont
Health officials are again warning the public about the dangers of handling chicks after four small children in Vermont contracted salmonella.
June 20 2014
Expansion of primary care will benefit Bennington community
Wilmington, vermont
With the recent closing of North Adams Regional Hospital, it is perhaps more apparent then ever how vital a local hospital is to a community. Here in Bennington, Southwestern Vermont Medical Center, with roughly 1,300 employees is the town’s largest employer and the seventh largest employer in the state.
June 10 2014
SVHC outlines plans to expand primary care availability in region
Wilmington, vermont
BENNINGTON -- Southwestern Vermont Health Care recently outlined a number of plans to expand access to primary care in the region. Before a number of business leaders and other area professionals, representatives of Southwestern Vermont Health Care Foundation on May 15 described some new directions in which the foundation is headed.
June 10 2014
SVMC achieves Joint Commission reaccreditation
New York
BENNINGTON - The Joint Commission, the nation's gold standard for hospital accreditation, recently renewed the accreditation for Southwestern Vermont Medical Center (SVMC). The three-year accreditation demonstrates the hospital's dedication to ensuring that it provides high-quality patient care.
April 27 2014
SVMC partners with Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts
Massachusetts
BENNINGTON -- The Southwestern Vermont Medical Center has joined the Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts provider network, which will allow many of those affected by the closure of the North Adams Regional Hospital to receive care there.
April 25 2014
Suspect in 1986 golf pro murder to return for trial
Vermont
BENNINGTON -- Well over a year has passed since the state announced it planned to charge a man serving a lengthy sentence in a California prison with the 1986 murder of Sarah Hunter in Manchester, but the process to bring David Allan Morrison to Vermont has begun. Bennington County State's Attorney Erica Marthage said Friday that an extradition hearing for Morrison, 54, was held on
April 05 2014
SVHC says it can handle Berkshire patients
Wilmington, vermont
BENNINGTON -- The local hospital says it is prepared to handle patients from northern Berkshire County (Mass.) when North Adams Regional Hospital closes on Friday.
March 27 2014
New information about mother of murdered Vt. toddler
Bennington, Vermont
Did the state fail a Poultney toddler who was killed last month? Vt. lawmakers are talking to judges and child protection officials about how custody decisions are made. Now, public criminal records reveal a breakdown in the system.
March 26 2014
Vt. Senate panel considers seeking death records
Bennington, Vermont
MONTPELIER, Vt. (AP) — The Vermont Senate panel reviewing child protection matters is considering using subpoena power to request records and documents related to the case of Dezirae Sheldon, a Poultney toddler who died after arriving at the hospital with severe head trauma in February.        
March 26 2014
Help for Vermont Health Connect signup available at Bennington Free Clinic
Vermont
BENNINGTON -- The team of navigators at the Bennington Free Clinic are ready, willing and able to help people get affordable insurance coverage through Vermont Health Connect or the expansion of Medicaid. Vermont Health Connect is the state's version of the federal Affordable Care Act passed in 2010.
March 23 2014
Vets' Home explores paths to fiscal health
East Arlington, vermont
BENNINGTON -- Vermont Veterans' Home officials are seeking to improve the facility's fiscal health through more direct state funding, the activation of a nonprofit friends group, and increased marketing. Board of Trustees Chairman Joseph Krawczyk Jr.
March 01 2014
Mental health crisis team works to relieve pressure on system
Barre, vermont
BENNINGTON -- A team that works to keep patients suffering a mental health crisis out of the hospital emergency room has a new leader. United Counseling Service announced this week that Anna Mattison is now emergency services manager for the agency's mobile crisis team as well as the Battelle House, a six-bed crisis center on Dewey Street.
February 15 2014
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