Vigilance, good equipment and plenty of chloride-based de-icing.
VT Headlines: Philly woman arrested for Esox gunfire
A Philadelphia woman who posted a social media video of herself socializing at a Burlington bar on Christmas Day was arrested yesterday for firing a gun there early Tuesday morning.
1,679 utility customers still without power
As of 11:38 Tuesday AM, more than 1300 rural customers of Washington Electric Co-op in Washington and Orange counties remain without power.
In puberty blocker decision, Baruth favors ‘medical professionals’ over parental consent
Commenting on a bill blocking parental rights to stop a child from being prescribed puberty blockers, Sen. Phil Baruth says “I tend to be the sort of person to side with medical experts.”
Police seeking woman who fired gun in Burlington bar
The bullet hit a pipe in the basement.
Woman stabbed, police seek SoBu man
The victim was treated for stab wounds to the head, neck and arms and has been released from the hospital.
VT Headlines: Dog caught in illegal trap
A dog died in an untagged, illegal trap in East Corinth, the dog’s owner says.
VT Headlines: Census data says we’re earning more, but experts not so sure
VT Digger reports census data showing wealthy Vermonters got wealthier. Jury’s still out on improvement at the lower end of the income scale.
Storm outages peaked at 73K Friday, now below 5000
Pockets of rural Washington, Orange, Addison and Franklin counties remain without power following the ice/wind/snow/rain storm of December 22-24.
$1.7 trillion in federal spending includes Leahy, Sanders earmarks worth $254 million
Vermont’s two senators brought home a whopping $254 million of earmarked spending in last week’s $1.7 trillion omnibus spending bill.