Tag Archives: bridgewater

Local News
August 29, 2018

Investigators: Arson destroyed Woodstock newspaper offices

By Curt Peterson

WOODSTOCK—The Vermont State Police Arson Investigation Unit has declared the Woodstock fire that destroyed the two-story building housing the offices of The Vermont Standard on July 16 as arson.

Evidence taken from the building on July 18 is undergoing a second set…

Rockin’ The Region with Silas
Rockin' The Region
August 22, 2018

Rockin’ The Region with Silas

By DJ Dave Hoffenberg

Andy Prior, a.k.a. Silas, has many configurations of groups and they’re all good. If you’ve heard them, you know

that already. If you have not, then any time you see The Bubsies, Supply and Demand or Silas listed, go check it…

Column
July 11, 2018

Legislative update: Reflections

By Rep. Jim Harrison, R-Bridgewater, Chittenden, Killington & Mendon

With the conclusion of the Vermont legislative session, I will be taking a break from the regular updates until after the elections. I hope you have enjoyed the reports via email or in this paper. If…

State News
June 20, 2018

Legislative Update: Budget veto No. 2

By Rep. Jim Harrison, R-Bridgewater, Chittenden, Killington & Mendon

All was quiet last week at the State House with the full House and Senate off (except for some committee meetings on Friday, June 15), waiting on what Gov. Phil Scott would do with the new…

Local News
May 30, 2018

Harrison announces candidacy for re-election

Staff report

Rep. Jim Harrison, reprsenting Chittenden, Bridgewater, Killington and Mendon, announced his candidacy for the Rutland-Windsor-1 district.

Harrison, 65, was appointed to the Legislature by Gov. Phil Scott last April to fill the uncompleted term of former Rep. Job Tate,…

State News
May 23, 2018

Legislative update: Back to Montpelier

By Rep. Jim Harrison, R-Bridgewater, Chittenden, Killington & Mendon

A scant couple days passed after the Legislature adjourned before Governor Scott issued his highly anticipated call for a special session to redo the education funding and budget bills. Scott has suggested that with advance leadership…

police
May 16, 2018

Police Briefs

Tire slashed in Bridgewater

A Bridgewater resident witnessed her tire being slashed in her driveway from inside the house by another woman around 1 a.m. May 12.

The right rear tire of her vehicle was damaged by the vandal, police said. The vandal was described…

State News
May 16, 2018

Legislative Update: Overtime averted for now

By Rep. Jim Harrison, R-Bridgewater, Chittenden, Killington & Mendon

The regular session of the 2018 legislative session was gaveled down at 12:18 a.m. Sunday morning, the conclusion of the 18 weeks allocated in the current year budget. The last few days, especially Saturday, May 12,…