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Police arrest suspect connected to Hanover burglaries

HANOVER, NH. (WCAX) - Hanover Police say they’ve arrested a suspect connected to several recent burglaries. Officers arrested Alex Witheiler Monday for an attempted burglary at Molly’s Restaurant on South Main Street. They say he tried to break in through the closed windows and doors last month. Then, in November of 2021, he was involved in several other downtown burglaries.
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Traffic stop leads to DUI #2 charges in Barre

BARRE — A 29-year-old man from St. Johnsbury was arrested for his second DUI following an incident in Barre early this morning. Police say they initiated a traffic stop on a vehicle following an observed motor vehicle violation on North Main Street at around 12:30 a.m. The driver was...
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Suicide Six ski resort to change 'insensitive' historical name

POMFRET, Vt. — A Vermont ski resort with a head-turning name that is steeped in history announced this week plans to rebrand their resort this summer amid concerns about the insensitive nature of the mountain's historical name. Suicide Six, based in in South Pomfret, Vermont, shared the news in...

2 wounded in Bath shooting; NH State Police investigating

BATH, N.H. — State police are investigating a shooting in Bath that left two men injured. The shooting happened Tuesday night on West Bath Road. Police said both men are in stable condition. They said everyone involved knows each other and there was no threat to the public.

Vermont Flannel Has a New Operator

An Indiana man with his own line of made-in-America clothing is the new operator of Vermont Flannel. Vermont Flannel’s founders, Mark and Linda Baker, are stepping down as leaders of the 31-year-old company. Joe Van Deman, who recently started a company called USA Brands, said he's now the primary decision maker for Vermont Flannel, which makes soft cotton clothes and sells them at five stores in the Green Mountain State.

New transitional housing shelter in Central Vermont nearly complete

BERLIN, Vt. (WCAX) - A new Central Vermont transitional housing shelter is just weeks away from opening its doors. The Welcome Center is located along the Barre-Montpelier Road in Berlin where the former Twin City Motel used to be. The $5.5 million shelter will provide rooms and services to 35...
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It’s parade time in Warren

The 73rd Warren Fourth of July Parade takes place next Monday in Warren Village with a theme of Liberty. Parade marshals are Win Smith and Maggie Smith. Here is the timeline for the event. Timeline:. 8 a.m.: Vendors must have arrived in Warren preparing for setup. Brooks Field vendors may...

Vt. National Guard ending pandemic mission

COLCHESTER, Vt. (WCAX) - Vermont National Guard soldiers and airmen are officially ending their COVID-19 mission Friday. The mission began in March 2020, when the Guard established a medical surge facility in Barre and began logistical operations at the Strategic National Stockpile. According to the Guard, their COVID response included:

Vermont National Guard COVID-19 mission ends

The Vermont National Guard’s COVID-19 response mission officially ends on Friday. The Vermont Guard was ordered to assist in COVID response on March 23rd, 2020 by establishing a medical surge facility in Barre and starting logistical operations at the state’s Strategic National Stockpile. Since those first orders were...

Boil-water notice issued in Barre

BARRE, Vt. (WCAX) - A boil-water advisory in Barre started Wednesday. The Public Works Department reports there were two water main breaks. One is on South Main Street at the Wall Complex; the other is on Delmont Avenue near Valliere Avenue. All services on South Main St. and its side...

“I was devastated”: Students, community members protest Roe v. Wade overturning

On Friday, the community reacted to the overturning of Roe v. Wade, which struck down federal protections for abortion. On June 24, the Supreme Court overturned the 1973 ruling of Roe v. Wade in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization (2022), striking down the constitutional right to an abortion. In response, pro-choice demonstrators gathered on the Green and across New Hampshire to protest the loss of federal protections for abortion, which has already become banned in seven states.

Vermont ski resort to change name

POMFRET, Vt. — Officials from Suicide Six ski resort in South Pomfret announced that they will be rebranding later this summer following concerns about the insensitive nature of the mountain's historical name. S6 released a statement on its website on Tuesday announcing that the current name will be retired...

2 men injured in New Hampshire shooting

BATH, N.H. (WCAX) - Police say two men were injured in a shooting in Bath, New Hampshire. It happened Tuesday at about 9:30 p.m. on West Bath Road. New Hampshire State Police found two men there with gunshot wounds. They were rushed to the hospital and were reported in stable...

Road reopens following tractor-trailer rollover

MONTPELIER, Vt. — Towne Hill Road in Montpelier is now open to through traffic following a tractor-trailer rollover crash earlier this morning. The Montpelier Police Department announced that the road had reopened at 1:16 p.m. on Wednesday. Police had closed off the area near Bliss Road due to a...

Longtime Hanover town manager says goodbye

HANOVER, N.H. (WCAX) - Hanover’s town manager is retiring after nearly 26 years on the job. Friday was Julia Griffin’s last day. She says working for the town is a very people-oriented job and has been very satisfying. She plans to stay in Hanover and says she’ll be active at the regional level through a couple of boards. As for advice to her successor, she says the next town manager needs to be accessible to the people.

UVM Health Network seeks major rate increases

BURLINGTON, Vt. (WCAX) - The University of Vermont Health Network is asking regulators for a double-digit rate increase across its Vermont hospitals. In its annual budget request to the Green Mountain Care Board, the network is asking for an increase of 19.9 % at the UVM Medical Center, 14.5% at the Central Vermont Medical Center, and 11.4% at Porter Hosptial.

Bishop’s Annual Appeal letter from the bishop

In this Year of “Communion: Creed, Worship & Life,” we celebrate our unity in faith as one Catholic community. Our doors are once again wide open, and we are gathering together in prayer, song and worship. With great joy we celebrate baptisms, First Communions, confirmations and weddings. In...

Plan NH Presents 2022 Merit Awards of Excellence

Plan NH presented its 2022 Merit Awards of Excellence to The Factory on Willow in Manchester, led by Eckman Construction; Visions Green Street in Lebanon, led by MA+KE Architects; Meredith Public Library Addition & Renovations in Meredith, led by Milestone Construction; and Lebanon Downtown Tunnel Project in Lebanon, led by VHB.