• Tate's 71 helps lead BBA past MAU - 05/21/2015 09:16 PM EDT
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  • Legislative Report Card - 05/19/2015 02:29 PM EDT
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    (andrew McKeever)
    Equinox Resort submits conceptual master plan for future development

    05/21/2015 12:58 PM EDT
    MANCHESTER VILLAGE >>The Equinox Resort has submitted a conceptual master plan to the state that details the addition of a new golf clubhouse with parking, 286 additional hotel rooms, 90 condo units, an expanded spa and an outdoor pool. 
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    Stratton: Vandals damage historic cabin and fire tower
    05/20/2015 10:31 AM EDT - STRATTON >> The U.S. Forest Service is investigating vandalism to Stratton Mountains historic caretaker cabin and fire tower, that occurred sometime prior to May 16. The U.S. Forest Service characterized the damage as significant. Full Story

    VSP asks for public's help in Londonderry arson investigations
    05/19/2015 03:05 PM EDT - LONDONDERRY >> The Vermont State Police Arson Unit is asking for the public's help with more than a dozen open investigations of residential house fires in the Londonderry are dating to 2005. According to the VSP, several of these fires have Full Story

    Police seeking info about L'derry house fires
    05/15/2015 11:54 AM EDT - LONDONDERRY >> The Vermont State Police Arson Unit is requesting information from the public to assist with their investigations of residential house fires in the Londonderry area. Currently there are more than a dozen open investigations Full Story

    Arlo Guthrie's Walk for Huntington's Disease to trace path of 'Alice's Restaurant Massacree'
    05/14/2015 04:33 PM EDT - GREAT BARRINGTON, MASS. >> The Walk for Huntington's Disease will be Sunday, beginning at 10 a.m., at the Guthrie Center. The fundraiser is sponsored by famed folksinger Arlo Guthrie. Guthrie's father, folk icon Woody Guthrie, suffered from Full Story

    Arlo Guthrie to mark 50 years of 'Alice's Restaurant' with concert at the Colonial
    05/14/2015 04:33 PM EDT - GREAT BARRINGTON, MASS. >> In 1965, the most fortuitous case of littering in rock and roll history was heard in the old Lee District Court. That was the case in which folksinger Arlo Guthrie and a friend, Rick Robbins, were caught littering in Full Story

    Vermont warns of telemarketing scam
    05/14/2015 10:44 AM EDT - MONTPELIER >> The Vermont Department of Human Resources today is initiating warnings to members of the State Employees' Health Plan about a telemarketing practice promoting compound prescription drugs that can cost thousands of dollars. Full Story

    $3.4 mill Megabucks winner in Vermont
    05/14/2015 09:43 AM EDT - BERLIN >> Vermont Lottery officials announced today a $3,450,000 winning Tri-State Megabucks jackpot ticket was sold in Vermont. The winning ticket is held by a Megabucks subscription holder and is the first Megabucks jackpot win in the state Full Story

    Burglary suspect still on the run
    05/14/2015 09:33 AM EDT - BRATTLEBORO >> A burglary suspect who escaped from a sheriff's cruiser on Wednesday is still on the run. According to the Brattleboro Police Department, Joseph D. Arsenault, 22, was being transported by the Bennington County Sheriff's Office Full Story

    Energy education at Mountain School
    05/14/2015 08:44 AM EDT - WINHALL >> For two days, Lisa Holderness of Vermont Energy Education Program visited Mountain School at Winhall, providing interactive, and hands-on instruction for MSW students. Holderness engaged Pre-K through 8th-grade students with Full Story

  • Stratton base lodge to see expansion - 05/13/2015 09:29 AM EDT
  • (Eric Jamison/AP)
    APNewsBreak: Casey Kasem's widow won't face criminal charges

    LOS ANGELES (AP) — Los Angeles prosecutors said Friday that they won't file elder abuse charges against Casey Kasem's widow despite efforts by three of the radio personality's children to have her prosecuted. Full Story
    ( Jeffrey R. Staab )
    David Letterman set trashed; Dumpster divers move in

    Hours after the 'Late Show' finished taping, the crew began dismantling and throwing away iconic parts of David Letterman's set.