Vermont Mozart Festival director responds: Dabroski claims he worked without pay for months, therefore ‘no pay, no play’

Vermont Mozart Festival director responds: Dabroski claims he worked without pay for months, therefore ‘no pay, no play’

LISA SCAGLIOTTI Correspondent The former director of the Vermont Mozart Festival issued a statement Monday addressing his departure from the festival and the cancellation of all of its scheduled summer performances. In a two-page written statement indicating that he was writing from Havana, Cuba, Michael Dabroski said that he has “received no financial compensation for… Read More »

Cambridge to replace Koss as Hinesburg Police Chief 

Cambridge to replace Koss as Hinesburg Police Chief 

By MIKE DONOGHUE Officer Anthony Cambridge, a six-year veteran of the Hinesburg Community Police, will become the department’s next chief. Hinesburg Town Administrator Renae Marshall said Friday evening Cambridge was the final pick from seven original candidates. Cambridge told The Citizen he is honored by the selection and enjoyed going through what he called “a… Read More »

Convicted sex offender released to family in Charlotte: Kerry Schunk released with conditions in order to work

MIKE DONOGHUE Correspondent A state judge has agreed to allow a convicted sex offender to live in Charlotte while he tries to resolve new criminal charges for aggravated sexual assault and furnishing alcohol to a minor, Vermont Superior Court records show. Kerry J. Schunk, 34, was told he could live with his in-laws on Ethan… Read More »

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