Champlain Valley News Local 22 and Local 44 NY News New York | MYCHAMPLAINVALLEY Montpelier councilor criticizes request to paint a mural adjacent to Black Lives Matter mural MONTPELIER – A request to paint a “Liberty and Justice For All” mural adjacent to the recently-painted Black Lives Matter mural on State Street No injuries in seaplane incident on Lake Champlain PLATTSBURGH, N.Y. – A seaplane over Lake Champlain crashed into the water near Valcour Island Thursday afternoon, but no injuries were reported. According to Waterbury is latest VT community with reported activity by white supremacist group The vandalism of the Waterbury Dam reported to Vermont State Police on Wednesday is the latest in a series of incidents in Vermont since Body of kayaker from Quebec recovered The search for a missing St-Armand kayaker is over. Police say the body of Laurent Messier, 79, was found around Noon, Thursday. His wife Local businesses helping the Vermont Foodbank Lake Champlain chocolates and Vermont creamery have teamed up to create the Benefit Batch to help the Vermont Foodbank. This is a limited batch Local ABC 22 and Local Fox 44 Local News | MYCHAMPLAINVALLEY New safety measure to help deaf drivers and police South Burlington, VT – In Vermont, deaf and hearing-impaired individuals can now obtain a visor card. The device helps Deaf drivers communicate with police Fire in Champlain, N.Y. spreads to several trailers and vehicles, eyewitness describes scene CHAMPLAIN, N.Y. – A fire that began on Kings Bay Road in Champlain, New York spread to several trailers and vehicles before first responders Health officials investigate new clusters and Governor Scott reminds Vermonters to be cautious MOTPELIER, VT- Vermont governor Phil Scott warns the virus is still here even though it is warmer, and things have opened. This comes as Weather Blog: One more 90+° Day Good evening! The heat continues Monday with a record-breaking 96° top temp in Burlington, Vt. today, not to mention day number 5 in our Heat safety tips for you, your family and your pets The Summer months can bring some of the nicest weather of the year, but for many it can be dangerous. As we deal with Sun Community News Gov. Cuomo: schools closed through end of academic year New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced this morning that schools across the state will remain closed through the end of the 2019-20 academic school Summer Camp Confusion Addressing the media in a Thursday afternoon conference call, North Country Congresswoman Elise Stefanik (R-Schuylerville) derided what she called “inexcusable” political attacks by Gov. Officers intercept prison drug packages DANNEMORA | Union officials are renewing calls for a secure statewide prison-vendor program after officers intercepted two drug shipments at Clinton Correctional Facility this Johnsburg’s ‘state of emergency’ to continue NORTH CREEK | On April 20, Town supervisor Andrea Hogan issued the proclamation announcing the extension. Serving the frontline PLATTSBURGH | When the current social crisis hit the region, the owners of Valcour Brewing Company, family, and staff sprang into action.