Staci DaSilva, Local 22 & Local 44

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Past articles by Staci:

Vt. farmers stuck in the mud as planting season delayed by weeks

This rainy, chilly spring is creating quite an ordeal for farmers in Vermont who are weeks behind in planting, harvesting and tending to their crops. → Read More

Randal Gebo pleads guilty to charges related to 2017 murder

A Vermont man accused of strangling his girlfriend to death admitted to several charges Tuesday in Vermont Superior Court in Barre, Vt. → Read More

Vergennes parade honors fallen service members this Memorial Day

Home to the state’s largest Memorial Day parade, Vergennes showed all the pomp and circumstance the area has come to expect from the annual tradition. → Read More

Prosecutor, VSP Capt. reflect on Bourgoin trial with relief, admiration for families

BURLINGTON, Vt. - "I'm feeling very relieved." It's a feeling Chittenden County state's attorney Sarah George shares with Vermont State Police Captain Garry Scott the day after Steven Bourgoin was found guilty on five counts of second-degree murder, among other charges. George sat at the prosecution's table, questioned witnesses for eleven days of trial and two days of deliberation. Capt. Scott… → Read More

On eleventh day, closing arguments made in Bourgoin trial

All arguments have been made and a 12-person jury is about to start deliberating the fate of Steven Bourgoin. → Read More

Doctors: Steven Bourgoin was not insane in 2016 wrong way crash

Four doctors, three of them psychiatrists, who interacted with Steven Bourgoin in the weeks following the October 8, 2016 crash that killed five Vermont teenagers say he was sane when he crashed into the teenagers’ car. → Read More

Bourgoin's cell phone, Facebook data scrutinized on day 9 of trial

The way the prosecution presents it, in early October 2016 Steven Bourgoin was being hounded by creditors. → Read More

Doctor first hired by state testifies Bourgoin was insane, state begins rebuttal

Dr. Reena Kapoor started as a skeptic. → Read More

UVMMC surveillance video shows Bourgoin's movements day of crash

On Tuesday, jurors watched the movements of Steven Bourgoin and the Toyota Tacoma he was driving when he visited the University of Vermont Medical Center in Burlington the morning of October 8, 2016. → Read More

Doctor: Bourgoin "grossly psychotic" on night of wrong-way crash

A Massachusetts-based forensic psychiatrist told a Vermont jury Monday Steven Bourgoin was “grossly psychotic” when he drove the wrong way on I-89 and killed five teenagers in October 2016. → Read More

Prosecutors wrap up case against Bourgoin; defense on deck

Steven Bourgoin's lawyers say he was insane at time of deadly crash → Read More

Steven Bourgoin trial day 3: Witnesses, crash reconstruction, autopsy reports

Laureen Wells experienced such trauma, she thought her life had ended. → Read More

Day two of Bourgoin trial: Dash cam, cell phone videos paint picture of crash aftermath

On day two of Steven Bourgoin's murder trial, dash cam videos, a cell phone video and powerful testimony painted a picture of what it was like in a section of I-89 the night of October 8, 2016. → Read More

Bourgoin hallucinated, became 'more delusional' before crash, lawyer says

The defense team isn't denying the events of October 8, 2016. → Read More

Tony Award darling "Hadestown": A Vermont origin story

At this year’s Tony Awards, the most nominated show, “Hadestown,” has strong roots in Vermont. → Read More

1 year later: Remembering Annette Lumumba, search continues for suspected shooter

Adolphe Lumumba, of South Burlington, can’t believe a year has gone by without his sister. → Read More

Bourgoin jury selected, trial to begin Monday

Ten women and six men, including four alternates, have been chosen to decide Steven Bourgoin’s fate beginning next week, according to Chittenden County state’s attorney Sarah George. → Read More

Colchester Causeway gets $1.15 million boost from FEMA

A year after strong wind gusts cause erosion and damage at the Colchester Causeway, the town of Colchester is getting a boost from the federal government. → Read More

Last of six suspects arraigned in Old North End shooting

James Felix pleaded not guilty Friday from UVM Medical Center. → Read More

After fleeing state, Burlington murder suspects plead not guilty

Prosecutors have identified the person they accuse of fatally shooting at Benzel Hampton, 23, in Burlington’s Old North End on April 16. → Read More