Tag Archives: Stephen Seitz

Local News
July 28, 2016

School consolidation and taxes debated at Ludlow forum

By Stephen Seitz

LUDLOW – Six potential governors of Vermont came to Ludlow last week to make their cases to voters at an event hosted by the Friends of the Ludlow Auditorium.

Running in the Democratic primary Aug. 9 are former state senators Matt Dunne…

News Briefs
July 28, 2016

Plymouth man declares for Windsor-5

By Stephen Seitz

PLYMOUTH—Republican K.T. Cappellini wants to claim the state representative’s seat being vacated by Alison Clarkson.

Windsor-5 represents the towns of Woodstock, Plymouth and Reading.

Cappellini comes from extensive experience in television news and currently manages an apartment building in New York City,…

Local News
June 30, 2016

Local student named to state board of education

By Stephen Seitz

KILLINGTON — Connor Solimano, of Rutland, has been named as a student member of the Vermont State Board of Education.

“I’m excited to be a part of the board, and I hope to bring my perspective as a student,” Connor Solimano said….

Local News
June 10, 2016

Mosher case worries farmers

By Stephen Seitz and Amy McClure

RUTLAND – As Craig Mosher’s involuntary manslaughter case wends its way through the court system, farmers are worried about the future should there be a conviction.

In July 2015, Connecticut resident Jon Bellis died after his car hit a…

Local News
June 7, 2016

Mosher to face judge in manslaughter case

By Stephen Seitz

RUTLAND — Nearly a year after the accident, Craig Mosher will appear in court to answer to the charges of negligent involuntary manslaughter at a status conference to be held Monday, June 6.

According to state police and published reports, Woodbridge, Conn.,…

Local News
June 7, 2016

Provo, Vt.?

By Stephen Seitz

Ever since it was reported that the Utah-based NewVista Foundation started buying land in the Sharon-Royalton area for the purpose of building an entirely new community, a lot of eyebrows went up as people wondered, can they do that? Aren’t there rules?

Alison Clarkson announces for state Senate
Local News
May 20, 2016

Alison Clarkson announces for state Senate

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Alison Clarkson

By Stephen Seitz

WOODSTOCK—As Senate President pro tempore John Campbell is stepping down, Rep. Alison Clarkson (D-Woodstock) is stepping up. Clarkson recently announced her bid to replace Campbell, who has taken a position as executive director of the…