Patricia Ann O’Shea of Franklin, VT, passed away January 2nd, 2017 after a courageous battle with ALS. She was surrounded by friends and family on a beautiful winter day. The sun was shining and the birds and squirrels were playing in the trees. Continue reading “Patricia Ann O’Shea”
SHELDON – Norbert H. Larose, age 88, passed away Tuesday, December 27, 2016 at the St. Albans Health & Rehab Facility.
He was born April 26, 1928 in Enosburgh to the late Rosaire & Vera (Garrow) Larose. Continue reading “Norbert H. Larose”
Fairfax – David M. Hill, 57, died unexpectedly on Monday, January 2, 2017 in Georgia.
By Gregory J. Lamoureux
ST. ALBANS: The woman accused of driving recklessly and killing two Alburgh residents last year while doing so will not be sent back to prison. Continue reading “NO ADDITIONAL JAIL TIME FOR CARLSON IN PLEA DEAL”
By Gregory J. Lamoureux
ST. ALBANS: It was a sunny day on July 12th of 2015. That day would become dreary, at least emotionally, for the family of Jane and Omer Martin. Continue reading “EX-COP GETS JAIL TIME IN FATAL CRASH”
Grand Isle, Vermont: George, another member of Tom Brokaw’s Greatest Generation, has slipped away. Feisty to the end, George found peace on January 2, 2017, after more than 100 years of living life to the fullest on his terms. Business man, patriot, husband, father, uncle, grand and great-grand parent and, of course, curmudgeon, George will join his beloved wife, Elinor; stepson, Jack Shivery; father, Harold A. Spear; mother, Sarah Savage Spear; stepmother, Sarah O’Connor Spear; brothers, Kenneth and Leo; and sisters, Genevieve, Ruth and Helen, and everyone whom he loved, including his beloved Labradors who have patiently waited for him at Rainbow Bridge to cross into the Kingdom of Heaven together. Continue reading “George A. Spear”
St. Albans, VT/Keene NH – David James Cleveland a former resident of St. Albans and longtime resident of Keene passed away on Thursday, December 29th, 2016, in Naples, Florida, with his family at his side.
Continue reading “David James Cleveland”
ST. ALBANS: A Fairfield woman is facing a DUI charge after she called 911 on Christmas day to report a family dispute.
According to Trooper Skelly, 42-year-old Kimberly Duffel called 911 at around 6pm to report a family fight. She told the operator that she was leaving the scene of the fight.
Police later located Duffel on 104 in St. Albans while driving her vehicle.
A breath test indicated that Duffel was driving with an elevated level of alcohol in her system, 0.152%, according to police.
Duffel is due in court on February 27th to answer to the charge of DUI.