Cause to celebrate

Cause to celebrate

On October 27, the 7/8 varsity Chittenden South Buccaneers football team played at Palmer Field in chilly temperatures and even a little bit of snow to beat the Colchester Catamounts, 53-12, in the state Division I semifinals. The Bucs head to the state championship game seeded No. 2 on Saturday, and will play the No.… Read More »

Local girl takes the lead in ‘Annie’

Local girl takes the lead in ‘Annie’

The fall season means there’s no literal guarantee that the sun will come out tomorrow, but figuratively, local theater can make good on that promise: two productions, “Annie the Musical” and “Annie, Jr.,” are coming to local stages. Lyric Theatre in Burlington presents its third decennial production of the classic musical “Annie” at the Flynn… Read More »

Undefeated: Soccer, volleyball teams finish winning seasons

Undefeated: Soccer, volleyball teams finish winning seasons

By LAUREN READ GIRLS SOCCER Champlain Valley Union 5, Colchester 1: The Champlain Valley Union girls soccer team finished the regular season undefeated again after beating Colchester, 5-1, on Thursday. Sydney Jimmo and Josie Pecor each had two goals for the Redhawks (14-0), who went undefeated last season en route to the D-I state title.… Read More »

Crime victims invited to comment on experiences

The Vermont Center for Crime Victim Services is hosting a series of listening forums around Vermont this fall to give victims and survivors of crime – including business owners and family members – a chance to speak out about their experiences in the criminal justice system. The organization would like to hear about both positive… Read More »

Police investigating death of fisherman at Lake Iroquois

The state medical examiner’s office has ruled that the death of an Essex fisherman at Lake Iroquois last week was accidental. Kyle E. Ebbett, age 45, was fishing at Lake Iroquois Oct. 15 and was reported missing when he did not return home as expected, according to local police. First responders from Williston, Hinesburg, Charlotte… Read More »

Ramsey: Judge roles explained

To the Editor: I was one of two candidates who won the Democratic primary for assistant judge in August, each of us receiving about 20 percent of the vote. Technically, however, we lost to a blank space on the ballot that received 38 percent of the vote. I don’t believe that voter apathy or a… Read More »

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