By Jay Cummings
The fourth ranked MVU Varsity Field Hockey Thunderbirds hosted 5th ranked Harwood Highlanders Saturday, on a spectacular fall day. This time, two seniors, Danielle Cummings and Makayla Ashline would wear a game jersey on their home field for the last time, regardless of any win or loss.Continue reading “MISSISQUOI KNOCKS OFF HARWOOD, PLAYS SEMIFINALS TODAY”
By Gregory J. Lamoureux
ST. ALBANS: According to St. Albans Police Chief Gary Taylor, a call came into their department Saturday evening, complaining that there was a person occupying a home that should have been vacant.
That home, located at 10 Adams Street in the City, was searched by police, and about two pounds of marijuana was discovered inside the home.
Also found inside the home, hiding, was 39 year-old St. Albans resident Todd Bonyea.
According to Taylor, police found Bonyea hiding in a crawlspace withing the home.
Bonyea was held on $10,000 bail. His arraignment is scheduled for later today.
He is facing charges of Possession of Marijuana (felony) and Violation of Conditions of Release.
This is far from the first time Bonyea has found himself in trouble with the law. A case is currently pending from May of 2018, accusing Bonyea of heroin trafficking, and possession of cocaine. In that case, Bonyea is accused of being in possession of 181 bags of heroin and one ounce of crack cocaine.
He also has other cases that date back at least as far as 2012.
Photos and Story by Ben Kaufmann
MILTON – A rematch of the last two Division II title games -both extra-time thrillers- came, unsurprisingly, down to the wire on Wednesday. A late push from Rice came up just shy as Milton held on for a 2-1 win over the Green Knights.Continue reading “MILTON HOLDS ONTO 2-1 WIN OVER RICE”
ENOSBURG FALLS – Paul M. Loiselle, age 67, passed away unexpectedly on Wednesday, October 2, 2019 at his home in Enosburg Falls.
By Josh Kaufmann
Elle Purrier — the pride of Montgomery, Richford, Franklin County, and Vermont — will run in the first of two qualifying heats this morning at 11:25 (ET) in Doha, Qatar, at the International Association of Athletics Federations Track & Field World Championships.Continue reading “PURRIER COMPETES ON WORLD STAGE TODAY”
St. Albans Police have released the names of the victims in the crash that killed two people in St. Albans Town yesterday afternoon.
According to St. Albans Police Chief, Gary Taylor, Shawn G. Tardy, 47, of Swanton was driving a pickup truck when it crossed over the center line, causing the accident.Continue reading “NAMES, DETAILS RELEASED IN CONNECTION WITH DOUBLE FATAL ST. ALBANS CRASH”