07/23/2014 10:23 AM EDT - BOSTON (AP) -- It has been one of the lingering questions since the dramatic manhunt that gripped the Boston area in the days after the marathon bombings: Where did the suspects get the gun that authorities say they used to kill a university police officer?
07/24/2014 12:44 AM EDT - BURLINGTON -- A Burlington police officer and another driver were taken to Lahey Clinic with non life-threatening injuries after a crash on Cambridge Street at Nelson Road, according to police.
07/23/2014 11:33 PM EDT - LOWELL -- Finn's Pub and Brian's Ivy Hall were open for business Wednesday night after a Superior Court judge Wednesday ruled the city made an error in law by immediately closing both businesses after a License Commission meeting last week.
07/23/2014 10:44 PM EDT - By Colleen Quinn
State House News Service
BOSTON -- Plaintiffs in civil cases would be able to specify an amount for damages, and their attorneys would be able to ask questions directly of potential jurors, under legislative changes to the
07/23/2014 10:01 PM EDT - BENNINGTON -- The Town of Bennington hosted its first "Beer and Spirits Forum" at Colgate Park on Wednesday evening, with guest speakers representing brewers, hop farmers, and government entities.
Organized by Peter Odierna, executive director of the Bennington County Industrial Corporation, and Michael Harrington, Bennington's economic and community development director, the forum
Local Navy veteran faces prison time for drone protest 07/23/2014 09:55 PM EDT - SHAFTSBURY -- An 80-year-old local Navy veteran is facing a potential year in prison if convicted of charges stemming from his involvement in an anti-drone protest at a New York Air Force base in April.
Andrew Schoerke, of Shaftsbury, is a retired U.S. Navy captain and a member of Veterans for Peace Will Miller Green Mountain Chapter. Full Story
07/23/2014 10:04 PM EDT - BENNINGTON -- Since opening as a RE/MAX affiliate on Northside Drive in 2008, Maple Leaf Realty has grown to be more than an independent realty office.
Indeed, it has a distinct place in the business community.
Maple Leaf's owners Troy Richardson and Kathy Sollien and their affiliated Realtors work with property owners to lease and manage properties, and oversee the sales of
Live animals will be highlight of children's wildlife program 07/23/2014 09:57 PM EDT - BENNINGTON -- On Sunday, July 27, One World Conservation Center, on Route 7 in Bennington, will host the program, "Wildlife in Vermont," with Michael Clough of the Southern Vermont Natural History Museum.
The program, which starts at 4 p.m., costs $4 for a single person and $8 per family, and is made possible by donations from sponsors Whitman's Feed Store and Wills Insurance. Full Story
07/23/2014 09:52 PM EDT - BENNINGTON -- A River Street man is accused of sexually assaulting a young girl over a period of years.
Robert L. Gibbons Jr., 53, pleaded not guilty Wednesday in Vermont Superior Court to aggravated sexual assault of a victim under 13, and repeated aggravated sexual assault of a child. The first charge, if convicted, carries a 10-year minimum sentence, while the second carries a minimum
07/23/2014 06:44 AM EDT - LEYDEN, MASS. -- To get an idea of the scope of a massive land-preservation effort in this town on the Vermont border, one needs only to look at a long list of partners for that project.