St. Albans, VT – Santa traded in his sleigh for a tractor at the third annual holiday tractor parade on Friday, December 9. Crowds gathered to watch the parade of over 45 farm tractors decorated for the season with holiday lights and more as they made their way from the farm fields to Main Street. Continue reading “TRACTOR PARADE DRAWS LARGE CROWD”
ST. ALBANS: At around 9:16am, police in St. Albans received a 911 call from Citizen’s Bank. The caller would end up hanging up on the 911 dispatcher, but police learned moments later that there was a lone, black male that had entered the bank- requesting money. Continue reading “POLICE SEARCH FOR BANK ROBBER”
HIGHGATE SPRINGS: Custom’s and Border Protection Agents contacted the Vermont State Police on Tuesday about an irate man that was in custody at the border crossing. Continue reading “TRICKS DON’T GET YOU ACROSS THE BORDER”
Police have named the man that was arrested at a Richford home Sunday evening.
According to police, Lee Dumas, 32, of Richford is being accused of Aggravated Operation Without Owner’s Consent, Driving Under the Influence (5th offense), Operating After Suspension, Aggravated Disorderly Conduct, Retail Theft, and Assault on a Law Enforcement Officer with bodily fluids.
By Gregory J. Lamoureux
A nurse that worked at Northwestern Medical Center’s Emergency Department has been issued a formal reprimand on his nursing license for switching narcotics with Tylenol. Continue reading “ICU/EMERGENCY DEPT. NURSE SWITCHED NARCOTICS WITH TYLENOL”
One teen is in prison, and another is out on conditions after police have accused the pair of stealing a car and leading police on a high-speed chase on Sunday. Continue reading “TEENS STEAL CAR, LEAD POLICE ON HIGH SPEED CHASE”
St. Albans Police identified the driver that died in a one-car crash on Maquam Shore Road in St. Albans on Saturday afternoon.
Officials in the Village of Enosburg Falls are moving forward with a multi-million-dollar hydro renovation project.
At their October 4th meeting, the Board of Trustees approved spending $107,000 from the electric department for the project. Continue reading “E’BURG FALLS HYDRO RENOVATION MOVING FORWARD”