Bennington man arrested again 3 days after release from jail
In a swift re-arrest, Thomas Mayer, a Bennington resident, finds himself back in custody merely three days after his release from jail. Bennington Police, in collaboration with Vermont’s Drug Task Force, arrested Mayer on Friday, December 1, for charges including fentanyl trafficking, cocaine sales, and breaching release conditions.
Bennington Man Faces Charges for Violating Abuse Prevention Order
Vermont State Police arrested Cotie D. Stanley, 31, from Bennington, on Sunday morning for allegedly breaching a temporary abuse prevention order. The arrest, following a disturbance call on Buck Hill Road at approximately 10:25 a.m., highlights the persistent issue of domestic violence in the community.
Big Lots Closing Select New York Locations
According to 93LiteFM.com, Big Lots is set to shutter three locations in New York in the next few months. Big Lots sells furniture, home essentials, personal care items, clothing, toys, pet items, grocery items, and more.
Vermont man arrested for driving on drugs in single-vehicle crash
RUPERT, VT – A Vermont man faces charges of driving under the influence of drugs following a single-vehicle accident in Rupert, Bennington County. The incident, which occurred on December 4th, 2023, involved 39-year-old Jeremey M. Cary from Wells, Vermont, who crashed his truck into a power pole on Route 30 near Danforth Drive.
Snapchat Video at 156 mph Turns Deadly: Former Rutgers Student Admits to Fatal NY Thruway Crash
Vasu Laroiya, age 24, of New Jersey, pleaded guilty to aggravated vehicular homicide following a fatal crash that took the life of 22-year-old Katie Fisher on the New York Thruway.
Expanding food chain opens another location in New York
A popular food chain recently opened another new location in New York. Read on to learn more. On Friday, November 17, 2023, the growing food chain Dave's Hot Chicken celebrated the grand opening of its latest New York location in Queensbury, according to an opening event announcement posted on the business's Facebook page.
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Five ShopRite Stores in New York Closed Sooner Than Expected, and 500 People Lost Their Jobs
Five major ShopRite supermarkets in New York's Capital Region have closed their doors permanently, weeks ahead of the initially planned closure date, resulting in the loss of approximately 500 jobs. These closures, which took place over the past weekend, affected stores in Albany, Colonie, Niskayuna, Slingerlands, and North Greenbush.
Supermarket Closure in NY Capital Region
All five ShopRite stores in the New York Capital Region have permanently closed, contrary to the original plan of remaining open until December 9. The closure was due to a lack of available inventory. As a result, approximately 500 employees from the Colonie, Slingerlands, Albany, North Greenbush, and Niskayuna locations have lost their jobs. However, there may be a silver lining for these workers. A worker, who chose to remain anonymous, claimed that they will continue to receive paychecks until late January.
Five Major New York ShopRite Stores Permanently Close Weeks Earlier Than Planned; 500 Jobs are Lost
This article is based on corporate postings and accredited media reports. Linked information within this article is attributed to the following outlets: CBS6Albany.com, ScrapeHero.com, and ShopRite.com.
Breaking News: Crack and 'Shrooms Seized in Queensbury Sting
Warren County Sheriff's Office Cracks Down on Local Drug Activity. On the afternoon of Wednesday, November 15, the Warren County Sheriff's Office made a significant move in their ongoing battle against narcotics. Their target: Montcalm Apartments on Burke Drive in Queensbury. The Narcotics Enforcement Unit, backed by the Emergency Response Team, executed a precisely-timed search warrant at 1 p.m., which led to the arrest of Nicole Blanchard, a resident of the complex.
Cold Case:15-Year-Old Boy Disappeared in Mysterious Circumstances from New York, on November 1, 2007
Jaliek L. Rainwalker, a 15-year-old boy at the time of his disappearance, vanished under mysterious circumstances from Greenwich, New York, back on November 1, 2007. His case, now classified as a cold case with suspicious circumstances, continues to baffle investigators and the community alike. Rainwalker, a mixed-race male with light brown hair and green eyes, was last seen wearing blue jeans, a yellow fleece pullover, and black tennis shoes.
Rolex Thieves Pistol Whip Man in Village Boutique
MANHATTAN - A man is recovering after being pistol whipped by a pair of thieves who stole his Rolex and other jewelry while inside a Greenwich Village boutique, the NYPD said. At around 5:20 pm on November 15, two men entered a shop on Stanton Street. They walked up to a 26-year-old man inside the store and hit him in the back of the head with the butt of a handgun.
Stewart's Ice Cream & Egg-Nog Win 1st Place
Stewart's is a locally owned business with numerous convenience store/gas stations around New York's Capital district. Their dairy products are known to locals for their taste and quality.
Two Arrested in Clifton Park Boscov's Theft and Assault Case
CLIFTON PARK, NY – In a recent incident at a Boscov's store, two individuals, Lanette Stearns, 44, and Kolawole Fashuyi, 32, have been arrested and are facing charges following an altercation with a store employee.
Scotia Police Investigating Armed Robbery Incident
SCOTIA, N.Y. — The Scotia Police Department is currently investigating an armed robbery that occurred on November 10. On Friday, at around 11 a.m., officers were dispatched to Bruce Street in Scotia following reports of an armed robbery. The victim informed the police that an individual approached him from behind and threatened him with a handgun.
Famous Hemmings Motor News Turns 70
Originally begun in 1954 by Ernest Hemmings, the magazine only had 4 pages and 550 subscribers. Today the Bennington, Vermont based bible of collectors cars has over 200,000 in circulation. Covering prestigious car shows where cars cost more than houses, even rich people's houses, gives of a view of these pieces of motorized art from the past.
Mini Flash Mob Raids Pot Shop
MANHATTAN - A Greenwich Village pot shop was raided of weed when a group of men broke into the pot store and stole tons of items including a display of cannabis, the NYPD said.