Police are searching a property on Rice hill road in Sheldon in connection to what they are referring to as a 50-year-old homicide.
The home is owned by Rebecca and Robert Moore, according to town records.
Police have not identified whom the victim may be but did say that they recovered part of a skeleton within the home.
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By Courier Staff
St. Albans: The Green Mountain Care Board will allow prices at hospitals to go up an average of 1.8 percent in the upcoming fiscal year, but will hold Northwestern Medical Center’s rates alone.
The board, which regulates hospitals’ budgets and insurance prices, finished approving the prices for Vermont’s 14 hospitals Thursday. The board’s accountants are still calculating how much revenue those new prices will take in.
The results leave $2.4 billion in hospital budgets largely unchanged. Even though numerous hospitals took in more money for care than they were supposed to in 2015 or are expected to do so in 2016, none will be forced to decrease how much they charge insurance companies starting Oct. 1. Continue reading “REGULATORS LEAVE NMC MEDICAL RATES UNCHANGED”
By Gregory J. Lamoureux
SOUTH BURLINGTON: When the United State Airforce Thunderbirds came to Vermont last month, they did something rather unusual- Instead of giving a ride to a local celebrity the way they normally do, they decided to give a ride to a local hero.
A contest was born. Appoint a local hero in your community that deserves the ride of their life.
Fast forward a couple of weeks; Alex Paci was at home watching the ABC/Fox news when he heard his name.
He didn’t know it, but Paci’s wife had nominated him for the ride.
For Paci, he was shocked. Continue reading “FAIRFAX MAN RIDES WITH THUNDERBIRDS”