Friday, May 20, 2022 - 10:48:38
1000 results - (0.001 seconds)

Vermont’s:

Contact Newsletter-online.com: [NewsMag]

latest news at page 1:
    WINDSOR, Vt. (CBS) — An elderly man in Vermont had a wild encounter with a bobcat when the animal broke into his home and attacked him. Police said the bobcat was chasing a cat when it ran through an open door of the house in Windsor. The bobcat then attacked the man inside, but he fought it off and was able to trap it inside the bathroom. The man was scratched but is expected to be OK. The bobcat was euthanized and is being tested for rabies.
    Opening Round Wednesday, May 11 Vermont 15, Manhattan 3 Delaware 20, Robert Morris 8 First Round Saturday, May 14 Princeton 12, Boston U. 5 Penn 11, Richmond 10, OT Yale 18, Saint Joseph’s 16 Virginia 17, Brown 10 Sunday, May 15 Vermont (12-6) at Maryland (14-0), noon Harvard (8-4) at Rutgers (13-3), 2:30 p.m. Ohio St. (10-5) at Cornell (11-4), 5 p.m. Delaware (12-5) at Georgetown (15-1), 7:30 p.m. Quarterfinal At James M. Shuart Stadium Hempstead, N.Y. Saturday, May 21 Princeton vs. Yale, TBA Harvard/Rutgers winner vs. Penn, TBA At Ohio State Columbus, Ohio Sunday, May 22 Manhattan-Vermont/Maryland winner vs. Virginia, TBA Robert Morris-Delaware/Georgetown winner vs. Ohio St./Cornell winner, TBA At Pratt and Whitney Stadium at Rentschler Field East Hartford, Conn. Semifinal Saturday, May 28 Game 1, TBA Game 2, TBA Championship Monday, May...
    Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders was snapped ditching his socialist principals to fly first class to campaign for a woke Democrat state representative candidate.   Sanders was spotted on an American Airlines flight to Pittsburgh Friday to stump for State Representative Summer Lee, running for an open seat in Pennsylvania's 18th District.  Sanders, wearing a mask, appears to head for the front of the plane in the photos obtained by Fox News from a fellow first class traveler. He was also snapped by an excited Twitter user in the same row, although its unclear if Sanders availed himself of the free booze and food offered to first class fliers.  Lee has the endorsement of Sanders, Elizabeth Warren and 'squad' progressives Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Cori Bush, Jamaal Bowman and Ayanna Pressley, as well as Congressional Progressive Caucus Chair Pramila Jayapal.  She defeated an incumbent Democrat in 2018 with the endorsement of her local chapter of the Democratic Socialists of America and is the first black woman to represent southwestern Pennsylvania in the state legislature. Senator Bernie Sanders (pictured left) - America's most prominent so-called Democratic Socialist...
    MONTPELIER, Vt. -- A man found floating on a raft off the coast of New England in 2016 after his boat sank was charged in an indictment unsealed Tuesday with killing his mother at sea to inherit the family's estate.The eight-count indictment released in federal court in Burlington, Vermont, also says Nathan Carman shot and killed his grandfather, John Chakalos, at his home in Windsor, Connecticut, in 2013 as part of an effort to defraud insurance companies, but he was not charged with that killing.Carman was found in an inflatable raft eight days after leaving a Rhode Island marina to go fishing with his mother, Linda Carman, who was never found.Carman, 28, of Vernon, Vermont, was arrested Tuesday. He's due in federal court Wednesday in Rutland, Vermont. His attorney did not return a call seeking comment.William Michael, an attorney for Carman's mother's sisters, said Tuesday the family had no immediate comment.The indictment that was handed down May 2, but made public after Carman's arrest, describes what prosecutors said was a scheme to defraud the estate of Chakalos."As a central part...
    VERNON, Vt. (CBS) – Nathan Carman was arrested Tuesday and charged with his mother’s 2016 murder at sea. The U.S. Attorney’s office in Vermont charged Carman, 28, as part of an 8-count indictment related to the death of his mother, Linda Carman. Prosecutors said Carman killed his mother to obtain family and insurance funds. Carman is expected to be arraigned Wednesday in Vermont on charges that include murder on the high seas and fraud. Nathan Carman arrives at the Coast Guard base in Boston, Sept. 27, 2016. (WBZ-TV) Newly unsealed court documents also accuse Carman of shooting and killing his grandfather, John Chakalos, at his Connecticut home in 2013. Carman had previously been named as a “person of interest” in his grandfather’s death. Prosecutors allege that in 2016, Carman killed his mother and sunk his boat “during a supposed fishing trip” off the coast of Rhode Island. Carman was found floating in a raft off the coast of Martha’s Vineyard eight days after the boat was reported missing. His mother was never found and is presumed dead. In Carman’s rural...
    When Linda Carman accepted an offer from her 22-year-old son to set out on what she believed would be a pleasant mom-and-son fishing trip in September 2016, she couldn’t have known how it would all go horrifically wrong. The vessel sank and Linda disappeared at sea, leaving her son, Nathan, to float adrift on a life raft for eight days before he was rescued, professing that he was grief-stricken and had nothing to do with the tragic accident. Federal authorities believed otherwise. And on Tuesday, six years later, the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Vermont announced that Nathan Carman, now 28, had been arrested and charged with his mother’s sordid murder, as well as “related frauds to obtain family and insurance funds.” An unsealed indictment, first delivered by grand jury on May 2, also accused Carman of fatally shooting his sleeping grandfather, a man named John Chakalos, in 2013. The two alleged murders “were part of a scheme to obtain money and property from the estate of John Chakalos and related family trusts,” prosecutors said. Chakalos was a rich man, having...
    VERNON, Vt. (CBS) – Nathan Carman was arrested Tuesday and charged with his mother’s 2016 murder. The U.S. Attorney’s office in Vermont charged Carman, 28, as part of an 8-count indictment related to the death of his mother, Linda Carman. Prosecutors said Carman killed his mother to obtain family and insurance funds. Carman is expected to be arraigned on Wednesday in Vermont. Check back for more on this breaking news story as it becomes available.
    Alec and Hilaria Baldwin had a busy Mother's Day as they traveled from their Arlington, Vermont farm home to their residence in New York City on the holiday. The famous couple was seen departing their Vermont home, with the help of nannies, as they drove back to the city with Alec in a pair of SUVs. The Oscar-nominated actor, 64, was clad in a puffy black jacket over a black top with dark pants and black shoes on the outing. The latest: Alec and Hilaria Baldwin had a busy Mother's Day as they traveled from their Arlington, Vermont farm home to their residence in New York City on the holiday The Cooler star had his grey locks combed to the side on the day out.  Hilaria, 38, wore a grey long-sleeved turtleneck top with baggy off-white pants and brown boots on the spring day. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Alec Baldwin looks downcast while taking his baby children... Alec Baldwin wears all black to pick up takeout food near... Alec Baldwin's son Rafael breaks...
    BOSTON (AP) — A military college student who says he was removed from his duties for testing positive for HIV is suing state and federal military officials. The 20-year-old student from Revere, Massachusetts, says in a complaint filed Thursday that he tested positive for HIV in October 2020 during his sophomore year at the nation’s oldest private military college, Norwich University in Northfield, Vermont. The student, who is identified in the lawsuit only as “John Doe,” said in the complaint filed in federal court in Burlington, Vermont, that he was deemed unfit for service and dropped from the Reserve Officers’ Training Corps and the Vermont Army National Guard despite being healthy, asymptomatic and on a treatment regimen that renders his viral load undetectable. The U.S. Department of Defense and the Vermont National Guard, which are among those named in the lawsuit, didn’t respond to emails seeking comment Thursday. Lawyers for Civil Rights, a Boston-based group that filed the lawsuit on the student’s behalf, declined to provide copies of the student’s separation notice and other discharge documents, saying they’re unredacted and...
    SOUTH BURLINGTON, Vt. (AP) — The first overseas deployment of the Vermont Air National Guard’s F-35 fighter jets will have the pilots and their aircraft patrolling the skies of Europe during one of the most tense periods in recent history. More than 200 Vermont air guard personnel, their equipment and eight F-35s are now in Europe, where the pilots will fly what are called enhanced air policing missions along NATO’s eastern flank to monitor the area for intrusions by Russian aircraft. The deployment marks the first time the Vermont Air National Guard, the first guard unit in the country to fly the F-35s, has deployed overseas with the Air Force’s newest airplane. The deployment comes only months after the Vermont guard had completed its conversion from the F-16 fighter planes they used to fly to the F-35s, which began arriving in Vermont in September 2019. “We’re there to defend NATO,” said F-35 pilot Lt. Col John “Rocky” MacRae, a squadron commander within the Vermont Guard’s 158th Fighter Wing. “We’re not there to to be aggressive or start anything. We’re there...
    Christina Nolan has been trying to present herself as someone who would not rubber-stamp McConnell's far-right agenda. Republican Senate candidate and former United States Attorney for Vermont Christina Nolan has been trying to convince Vermont voters that she is not a typical Republican. But on Tuesday, she will hold a Washington, D.C., fundraising event with the very Republican establishment leaders she claimed she would buck. An invitation circulated by Nolan's campaign asked supporters to donate $500 or more to attend a reception at the National Republican Senatorial Campaign with Minority Leader Mitch McConnell and Republican Sens. Marsha Blackburn (TN), Susan Collins (ME), Joni Ernst (IA), and Lisa Murkowski (AK). The host committee for the fundraiser included former U.S. Attorney General William Barr. Nolan is an "openly gay" woman who served as former President Donald Trump's United States Attorney for Vermont from 2017 to 2021. In February, she announced that she would run as a Republican for retiring Sen. Patrick Leahy's (D-VT) open seat. In an effort to win in a Democratic-learning state where Trump lost 66%-31% in 2020, Nolan has...
    BURLINGTON, Vt. (AP) — The former owner of two Vermont ski resorts faces sentencing Friday in federal court for his role in a failed plan to build a biotechnology plant in Vermont using tens of millions of dollars in foreign investors’ money raised through a special visa program that was part of the largest fraud case in the state’s history. The sentencing for Ariel Quiros, a Miami businessman and former owner of Jay Peak and Burke Mountain ski resorts, wraps up the criminal cases for three men involved in the financial scandal that shook the state and its rural, economically depressed region called the Northeast Kingdom. A fourth man, a businessman in South Korea, remains at large. “The crimes could not have occurred without the toxic mix of these three men’s strong personalities,” assistant U.S. attorneys Paul van de Graaf and Nicole Cate wrote in their sentencing document. “Quiros was, at bottom, a wheeler-dealer who was in it for the money. He came to believe that he was truly rich, rather than simply misusing other people’s money.” Prosecutors are asking...
    SOUTH LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- An empty lot at Vermont and Manchester avenues in South Los Angeles was once buzzing with activity, businesses and more.It was destroyed during the 1992 civil unrest triggered by the "not guilty" verdicts for four LAPD officers who beat Rodney King.But after 30 years, it's being redeveloped and a groundbreaking ceremony was held Friday.READ ALSO | 5 Days that Changed LA: Impact of 1992 civil unrest after police acquittal in Rodney King beatingLos Angeles City Councilmember Marqueece Harris-Dawson, who represents the city's 8th district, had been fighting for this move for years."I want to start by congratulating you for bringing this to victory," said Dawson during Friday's groundbreaking.Dawson said it took bold moves by the city to retain the land through eminent domain in order to finally break ground on what will be a redeveloped hub filled with retail, housing and on one side, a boarding school that's already under construction for at risk youth.READ ALSO | Civil rights leaders discuss role of news media in '92 LA uprisingEMBED More News Videos Asian Americans Advancing...
    SOUTH BURLINGTON, Vt. (CBS) — Vermont authorities say it’s a good thing that no one was hurt Thursday when a lawn chair came flying out the bed of a pickup truck and hit a State Police cruiser on the highway. Video shows the chair coming loose as the truck changed lanes and cracking the cruiser’s windshield on I-89 in South Burlington. The trooper was able safety pull over to the side of the road. Police ended up ticketing the pickup truck driver for having an unsecured load. Yesterday, an unsecured chair flew out of the back of a pickup truck on I-89 in South Burlington and smashed into a VSP cruiser. Luckily no one was injured. The pickups driver was ticketed for an unsecured load. Remember: Vehicle loads must be properly secured at all times! pic.twitter.com/Jl72JemFMU — VT State Police Traffic Safety (@VSP_Traffic) April 22, 2022 “Remember: Vehicle loads must be properly secured at all times!” State Police tweeted.  
    LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- It was five days that changed Los Angeles - civil unrest triggered by the "not guilty" verdicts for four LAPD officers who beat Rodney King.At the intersection of Vermont and Manchester avenues, a lot that was set ablaze almost 30 years ago has remained abandoned."I saw this lot burning April 29, 1992. And that began the downward spiral of economic development and economic investment in this neighborhood," said Mark Wilson, who grew up in South L.A. and is part of the Coalition for Responsible Community Development.He recalls the area was a place where his family and neighbors shopped.The unrest stretched over five days - 63 people were killed, thousands of jobs lost, businesses destroyed.Watch the special, "5 Days that Changed L.A." on Saturday, April 23 at 6:30 p.m. wherever you stream ABC7.After the unrest in 1992, the four-acre lot at Manchester and Vermont sat vacant - a blight on the community. But now it's rising out of the ashes."Now we're excited because a school is being built here," said L.A. City Councilman Marqueece Harris-Dawson. "This is...
    BURLINGTON, Vt. (AP) — The second of four men accused in a failed plan to build a biotechnology plant in Vermont using tens of millions of dollars in foreign investors’ money raised through a special visa program was sentenced Wednesday in federal court to 18 months in prison. William Kelly, 73, of Fort Lauderdale, Florida, was sentenced to three years of supervised release and ordered to pay $.8.3 million in restitution. He pleaded guilty last June to one count of conspiracy to commit wire fraud and one count of concealment of material information. As part of the plea deal, eight other charges were dropped and he agreed to cooperative with the government. Kelly was indicted in 2019 on multiple fraud charges along with Miami businessman Ariel Quiros, the former owner of Jay Peak and Burke Mountain ski resorts in northern Vermont, and former Jay Peak president William Stenger. Kelly was an advisor to Quiros. The indictment accused the men of conspiring to devise a scheme between 2011 and 2016 to defraud foreign investors in the AnC-Bio project in Newport. The...