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  • Cuomo proposal would prohibit publication of mug shots, booking info February 19, 2019
    ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) — New York's governor doesn't want state police to routinely release mug shots of criminal suspects, or booking records about exactly what they're being arrested for.Democratic Gov. Andrew Cuomo's proposal is the latest by states aimed at curtailing the so-called "internet shaming industry"— websites that claim to be able to remove embarrassing […]
  • Valley Grocery reopens 11 months after devastating fire February 19, 2019
    'Valley Grocery', a family owned storefront in Keene Valley for the last five decades, reopened last week 11 months after it was nearly destroyed from by a fire.Sunny Reed, whose grandfather owned the business for nearly 40-years before her mother, Carol Reed, was skiing March 11, 2018, when she got the call."For us, it was equated to a […]
  • North Country lawmaker will "fight tooth and nail" to keep prisons open February 16, 2019
    Governor Andrew Cuomo plans to close up to three more prisons following what he calls record declines in incarceration rates.He did not say which prisons will be affected, the Department of Corrections and Community Supervision will make that decision."In my first State of the State address eight years ago, I said prisons are not a […]
  • Vermont, New York, New Hampshire delegations blast emergency declaration February 15, 2019
    Congressional delegation members from the region are expressing frustration with President Donald Trump’s decision to declare a national emergency to secure funding for a wall on the southern border.President Trump made the announcement Friday from the White House."I'm going to be signing a national emergency, and it’s been signed many times before. It’s been signed […]
  • New York law strengthens legal remedies for child assault victims February 15, 2019
    With Gov. Andrew Cuomo's signature, The Child Victims Act is now the law in New York.The bill, which failed to pass last year, gives victims more time to seek legal or civil action against their alleged abusers.According to a news release from Cuomo's office, the legislation: Increases the amount of time during which perpetrators of […]

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  • Man killed in Vermont snowmobile crash February 20, 2019
    A 48-year-old Massachusetts man died in a snowmobiling accident in Winhall, Vermont, on Tuesday.Winhall police said a group of three riders from Massachusetts were traveling south on a section of the town's VAST trail 7 when Steven C. Jenks lost control of his 2009 SkiDoo snowmobile and hit a tree. Resuscitation was attempted by Jenks' companions, as well as by police and […]
  • Opioid-use disorders draws medical, scientific experts to UVM February 20, 2019
    Hundreds of health care professionals and medical and science students gathered at the UVM Davis Center to look at taking a humanistic approach to Opioid Use Disorder.Among the speakers is a family member of Madelyn Linsenmeir, who died from an opioid overdose. Her obituary went viral and led to world-wide news coverage.The conference will include […]
    Robert Rockstroh
  • Vermont man's suicide closes 1966 New Hampshire murder case February 20, 2019
    The suicide of a Vermont man in 2014 has closed the book on a 52-year-old murder case in New Hampshire.Everett Delano was found unconscious and bleeding inside Sanborn's Garage on Route 4 in Andover on September 1, 1966. The 49-year-old father of three had been robbed and shot three times. He died the next day at […]
    Robert Rockstroh
  • Forever Home: Meet Odin February 20, 2019
    In this week's Forever Home, we visited Homeward Bound in Middlebury where we met, Odin, a 3-year-old great dane.Odin weighs over 100 pounds and loves food and people.If you are interested in Odin, or another animal at Homeward Bound, visit their website here.Other pets who are in need of forever homes are available on
    Lauren LaDuke
  • Independent investigator proposed for Statehouse harassment claims February 20, 2019
    An independent human resources employee would investigate sexual harassment complaints against New Hampshire lawmakers under a bill before a Senate committee.Currently, complaints against House members are handled by the House or Senate chiefs of staff. Under a bill sponsored by Sen. Dan Feltes, neither leadership office would oversee such investigations, and instead, an independent employee […]

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