MONTPELIER, Vt. — The federal receiver overseeing two Vermont ski resorts after their owner was accused of massive fraud said he hopes that he can sell the Jay Peak Resort by summer 2010 but that investors may incur a significant loss, according to a court filing this week.
CLAREMONT — Rolling Thunder®, Inc., N.H. Chapter 2, a veterans advocacy group based in Claremont, donated $250 to Claremont’s Boy Scout Troop 38 for the troop’s Popcorn for the Troops fundraiser. The annual fundraiser raises money to help scouts attend camp during the summer.
NEW YORK — As he worked on early drafts of “The Catcher in the Rye,” a novel which proved both scandalous and life-changing, J.D. Salinger considered adding his generation’s idea of a trigger alert.
WHITE RIVER JUNCTION, Vt. — The State of Vermont has dismissed the case of Chester resident Michael Buxton, 37, whose 2016 conviction for criminal negligence was overturned by the state Supreme Court in June.
CLAREMONT — Claremont Opera House board members Phaedra Laushance and Rebecca Vinduska sat in the front row of a silent theater Thursday to promote the organization’s new season beginning Saturday. Read more
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CONCORD — Lawyers for 3M, a farmer and several others urged a judge Friday to scrap drinking water standards in the state that go far beyond federal limits for toxic chemicals once used in firefighting foam and nonstick cookware.
WESTMINSTER, Vt. — After five days of searching, Vermont State Police have reported they identified and subsequently arrested the man responsible for a hit-and-run collision with a pedestrian in Dummerston, Vermont, last Saturday, Oct. 12.
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You’d think that the Vermont state government’s top lawyer would have respect for the law. So, it’s baffling why Attorney General TJ Donovan is fighting so hard to keep people from having convenient access to public records. Read more
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Last week, in a column about birds that we see only in winter, I mentioned the rough-legged hawk and that it deserved its own column. In fact, I wrote that column last November, so I will not repeat myself. Instead, I will dwell upon a couple of species that I have never seen, but very much … Read more
MERIDEN — The Aidron Duckworth Museum will be closing at the end of October and is giving a final exhibition of the artist’s work, as well as a sampling of artists who have exhibited there over the years. “Exhibition XXXIV: The Multitudes Contained,” examines the theme of the multifaceted self. Read more