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Plea Deal Dropped for Springfield, Vt., Man
Vermont
White River Junction — After announcing that plans for a plea deal had crumbled, lawyers made plans in court Tuesday to move toward a trial in the case of a Springfield, Vt., man charged in connection with a 2008 shooting death in that town.
August 20 2014
Arizona man to get father's WWII purple heart
Arizona
An Arizona man is in Vermont to receive the Purple Heart medal his father earned when he was killed during World War II fighting on the island of Iwo Jima in the Pacific Ocean.
August 18 2014
Critics urge reform of state's mental health system
Vermont
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August 18 2014
Baby hospitalized under 'suspicious circumstances' dies
Burlington, Vermont
Burlington police say an infant rushed to the hospital last week has died.
August 17 2014
Police Detain Man With Ties To Murder Victim
Burlington, Vermont
Police say they have made a connection between a transient labeled as a suspect in the killing of a Vermont social worker and a suspect in her death. Police say 45-year-old Jose Pazos is an old boyfriend of a friend of Kathleen Smith, who was found dead in her Burlington home Oct. 18. Pazos pleaded not guilty Monday to charges unrelated to Smith's death. He was ordered held on $1 million bail ...
August 17 2014
High Court Upholds Death Sentence for Double Murderer
Vermont
Defendant Who Spat on Judge Horan Properly Excluded from Courtroom—S.C.
August 15 2014
Suspect wants more evidence dismissed
Vermont
The lawyer for a Vermont man charged along with his wife in the killing of a popular St. Johnsbury teacher is seeking to have more evidence dismissed before his upcoming trial.
August 15 2014
Allen Prue wants more evidence dismissed
Vermont
The lawyer for a Vermont man charged along with his wife in the killing of a popular St. Johnsbury teacher is seeking to have more evidence dismissed before his upcoming trial. Allen and Patricia Prue face kidnapping and first-degree murder charges in the March 2012 death of Melissa Jenkins. Police allege the Prues lured Jenkins from her home and then killed her. They have pleaded not guilty ...
August 15 2014
Carol Shea-Porter VA care is improved, but we need bigger changes
Manchester, vermont
The new law, just signed last Thursday, is a big step that will help the VA become the system our veterans deserve.
August 14 2014
VA reform bill will help N.H. veterans
Manchester, vermont
Fri, 01 Aug 2014 03:52:13 GMT By CASEY McDERMOTT Monitor staff The Senate passed a veterans reform package last night that contains a provision benefiting those in New Hampshire, where seeking care at Veterans Affairs facilities can sometimes mean traveling outside the state. New Hampshire Sens. Kelly Ayotte and Jean...
August 14 2014
FairPoint, two unions in talks to avert strike
Manchester, vermont
Negotiators for FairPoint Communications Inc. and two unions plan to meet in Nashua on Tuesday in an effort to head off a possible strike Saturday night in a dispute over outsourcing, pensions and health care.
August 14 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
Man charged in killing convicted in unrelated case
Vermont
A man charged in connection with the killing of a Vermont grandmother has been convicted in an unrelated case.      A jury on Friday found Keith Baird guilty on 31 unrelated felony counts of violation of an abuse prevention order. He will be sentenced at a later date.      He was charged this year along with two other men with first-degree murder in the kidnapping and killing of 78-year-old Pat ...
August 10 2014
Woman convicted of submitting false time sheets
Vermont
A Vermont woman has been convicted for submitting false time sheets and falsely obtaining monies.  Crystal Hathaway-Therrien, 31, from Bradford was convicted Tuesday, in the Windsor Criminal Division of the Vermont Superior Court, of five misdemeanor counts of false pretenses.  The convictions stemmed from Hathaway-Therrien's submission of false time sheets in order to obtain payment for ...
August 09 2014
At the Hospitals: Aug. 3, 2014
Vermont
Lebanon — Dr. John D. Birkmeyer, a general surgeon and head of the Center for Healthcare Outcomes and Policy at the University of Michigan, has been named executive vice president for enterprise support services across the Dartmouth-Hitchcock health system.
August 09 2014
Grieving Vermont father speaks out about son's death
Vermont
The father of a 2-year-old allegedly killed by his mother's boyfriend is speaking out.
August 08 2014
Judge to give Pistorius trial verdict in September
Vermont
The judge in the murder trial of Oscar Pistorius has announced she will deliver her verdict on September 11.
August 08 2014
Jury selection underway for violating abuse prevention order case
Vermont
Jury selection is getting underway in an unrelated case for a man charged in connection with the killing of a Vermont woman.  The attorney for Keith Baird has asked the court to segregate potential jurors individually for questioning because he's concerned about the publicity from Bair's alleged involvement in the 2010 kidnapping and murder of 78-year-old Pat O'Hagan of Sheffield.  Baird is ...
August 07 2014
Long Island Man Files Lawsuits In Vermont Over Wrongful Murder Conviction
Vermont
John Grega, who lives in Lake Ronkonkoma, was wrongfully convicted of killing his wife in a Vermont condominium in 1994 while they were on vacation with their son.
August 07 2014
Man charged in Pat O'Hagan death faces trial in unrelated case
Vermont
Jury selection is getting underway in an unrelated case for a man charged in connection with the killing of a Vermont woman.
August 07 2014
Man charged in death faces trial in unrelated case
Vermont
Jury selection is getting underway in an unrelated case for a man charged in connection with the killing of a Vermont woman.
August 07 2014
Helping Veterans Heal, Part 1
Vermont
A nationwide scandal has rocked the VA-- is Vermont's hospital involved? Steve Bottari has a VA checkup in our special series, Helping Veterans Heal.
August 06 2014
Man cleared of Vt. murder by DNA evidence sues police
Vermont
A Long Island man who spent nearly 18 years in prison before his conviction for killing his wife in 1994 was overturned by new DNA evidence has filed state and federal lawsuits against the Vermont police and prosecutors who built the case.
August 05 2014
Man cleared of murder by DNA evidence sues Vermont police
Vermont
MONTPELIER (AP) - A Long Island man who spent nearly 18 years in prison before his conviction for killing his wife in 1994 was overturned by new DNA evidence has filed state and federal lawsuits against the Vermont police and prosecutors who built the case.
August 05 2014
Man cleared of murder by DNA evidence sues police
Montpelier, Vermont
A Long Island man who spent nearly 18 years in prison before his conviction for killing his wife in 1994 was overturned by new DNA evidence is suing the Vermont police and prosecutors who built the case against him.
August 05 2014
Man's bail set at $100K in bogus bear report - Quincy Herald-Whig | Illinois & Missouri News, S
Milton, illinois
BURLINGTON, Vt. (AP) - A Vermont man who told police he urged his girlfriend to jump off a cliff in a drug-induced haze because of an imagined bear attack was being held on $100,000 bail on charges including attempted murder and arson.
August 04 2014
US judge orders new trial for Donald Fell
Vermont
A convicted murderer on death row has been granted a new trial based on juror misconduct.
July 31 2014
Does Montpelier have its priorities straight?
Arlington, vermont
Rob Roper Much focus lately, both from our politicians and our media, has been on IBM, the potential sale of its Essex facility and the question of what will happen to its 4000 employees. The Greater Burlington Industrial Corporation (GBIC) has proposed, among other measures, making a $4.5 million cash payment -- the entire newly formed Enterprise Investment Fund -- to either IBM or the
July 31 2014
Scheuermann, Komline call for change to allow individuals on VHC to enroll directly with insurers
Stowe, vermont
MONTPELIER -- Two state representatives called on Gov. Peter Shumlin to allow Vermonters to purchase health insurance outside the state's troubled health care exchange and instead buy it directly from insurance carriers.
July 30 2014
Mother's boyfriend pleads not guilty in death of third child with ties to DCF
Vermont
BURLINGTON -- In what has become a too familiar sequence of events, prosecutors Friday morning arraigned a Shelburne man they say killed his girlfriend's 2-year-old son.
July 30 2014
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