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Poultney puts the clamps on Wildcats

WHITINGHAM- Twin Valley coach James Anderson said the girls’ varsity basket team was laying the foundation for the future when it came to results this season. The team, which features one junior, three sophomores, and four eighth graders, is young and inexperienced. That lack of experience was on display...
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Woman arrested for DUI #3 in Fair Haven

FAIR HAVEN — A 58-year-old woman was arrested for her third DUI following an incident in Fair Haven last week. Police say they arrested Charlotte M. Pelkey, of Bristol, after stopping her for a motor vehicle violation. Police say they stopped Pelkey after observing her speeding on Route 22a...
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Twin Valley wins two in a row

WHITINGHAM- Twin Valley played its third basketball game in three days Wednesday evening and the Wildcats look like they’re finding their groove. They won a back-to-back game for the first time in two seasons, overcoming the Poultney Blue Devils 44-36. Support local journalism. Access to our full website, including...

Man arrested for stealing XBOX in Rutland

RUTLAND — A 30-year-old man was arrested for petit larceny in Rutland. Police say they arrested Jacob R. Bachand, of Rutland, following an investigation into a reported larceny. On November 15, police were called to a home on Edgewood Drive for a reported theft. Following an investigation, police learned...

‘Shake, Rattle & Roll,’ coming in May!

30 years in the making, Dale Baldwin’s grand plan nears fruition at corner of Routes 149, 9L, Qby. If it seems like forever that people have wondered what’s happening with the handsome wooden buildings gradually taking shape at the busy intersection of Routes 149 and 9L in Queensbury, it’s because, in a way, it has.

Annual tree/plant sale now open

The Poultney Mettowee Natural Resource Conservation District (PMNRCD) has opened its annual plant sale fundraiser. This year it’s offering a variety of native trees and shrubs for landscaping, naturalizing and foraging including balsam fir, sugar maple, serviceberry, elderberry, and winterberry) […] Read More The post Annual tree/plant sale now open appeared first on The Mountain Times.

4 year old, mother located, sheriff's office confirms update

HUDSON FALLS, NY (WRGB) — UPDATE: Shortly after the alert was issued, both Jace and Vanessa were located, according to the Washington County Sheriff's Office. ------------------------------ The Washington County Sheriff's Office is looking to help find a 4 year old that may be with a woman who is already wanted by law enforcement.

Flirtin’ With Disaster in Hudson Falls: Molly Hatchet Live at The Strand

HUDSON FALLS — They named themselves after a famous 17th-century axe murderess and released their self-titled debut album in 1978. Molly Hatchet, currently on a world tour, will stage a show at The Strand in Hudson Falls on Friday, March 17. Opening act is southern rock Beatin’ The Odds.

Granville family escapes fire without injury

A family of five is safe after a fire in their Washington County home. The fire broke out at 1 South Street in Granville Monday evening, NewsChannel 13’s media partners at The Post-Star reported. The mother and a child were rescued by ladder. The family dog made it out...

5 things to know this Wednesday, February 1

The Albany man accused of causing a fatal motorcycle crash in Lake George last year has pleaded guilty. And in Cohoes, city officials are making progress on efforts to move families who have been living near the Norlite facility. The details top this morning's five things to know.

Local police see significant increase in crime

Killington Police responded to Vail Road on Dec. 18 after someone broke a backseat window, took two vintage guitars and sold them to Be Music in Rutland. On Dec. 28, the police responded to Killington Market and Deli for an attempted theft of beer. A few days later, two Visa credit cards were stolen from the back of an unlocked vehicle on Priscilla Lane in Killington and used to purchase $630 worth of food at Price Chopper in Rutland. On Jan. 2, an unlocked vehicle was stolen from Rocky Ridge Road.

Suspect in fatal Rutland stabbing faces judge

RUTLAND, Vt. (WCAX) - A Rutland man pleaded not guilty Monday to charges of second-degree murder in the stabbing death of a local man Saturday. According to court documents, the alleged murder was over $100 worth of cocaine. “The two individuals did know each other. They had agreed to meet to exchange money for drugs,” said Rutland Police Chief Brian Kilcullen.

Barstow Memorial principal dies

Staff report Barstow Memorial School Principal David St. Germain of Pittsford died over the weekend. Superintendent Kristen Hubert announced his death on Jan. 30 in an email to the school community.  “The news came as a shock to me and […] Read More The post Barstow Memorial principal dies appeared first on The Mountain Times.

Granville, February 02 High School 🏀 Game Notice

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Man arrested after stabbing in Rutland

RUTLAND — A 27-year-old man was arrested for aggravated assault following a stabbing in Rutland on Sunday. The incident took place in the area of Granger Street and River Street at around 7:35 p.m. Upon arrival, police made contact with the victim, identified as Isiaha LaBelle, 21, of Rutland...

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