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Past articles by Mike:

Saranac Lake man arrested for attempted murder after reported stabbing

Walter Finnegan, Jr. is charged with stabbing a Lake Placid man more than once late Friday night. → Read More

Gov. Scott’s deputy chief of staff arrested for DUI

Brittney Wilson was arrested early Saturday morning in St. Johnsbury. → Read More

Grafton County, NH state rep arrested for threatening snowplow driver

A video captured by the driver appears to show State Rep. Jeffrey Greeson of Wentworth screaming, swearing and using an obscene gesture. → Read More

Essex, Essex Junction may create housing trust fund

The housing-related purposed the fund would serve — and the source of the money to support it — will be up for discussion in the months ahead. → Read More

Jackknifed tractor trailer closes Rt. 105 in Jay

No one was hurt in the Saturday afternoon crash. → Read More

NH woman pleads guilty in Michigan election threats case

Katelyn Jones was living in Michigan when she threatened an elections official there for refusing to certify their county’s 2020 presidential results. → Read More

This Place in History: Poor Farms

Nearly a hundred Vermont towns and cities used to have poor farms, the last of which continued to operate until 1968. → Read More

Lab fire closes Dartmouth medical sciences building

The Remsen Medical Sciences Building will be closed until further notice. → Read More

Milton man jailed after hostage standoff

Police say the standoff lasted for much of Friday and well into Saturday morning. → Read More

UPDATE: Driver who crashed into Franklin County firehouse caught

The crash took place in Bakersfield on January 20. → Read More

Nikki Haley keeping early 2024 fundraising numbers quiet

Campaigns typically use their first receipts as bragging points to show their candidates’ strength. → Read More

Candlelight vigil for people of Ukraine on Vermont State House steps

The vigil began in daylight in Montpelier but continued well after dark. → Read More

This Place in History: The Fleming Museum of Art

One of Vermont’s oldest art museums often goes overlooked. It’s right next door to UVM Medical Center. → Read More

New Hampshire settles first youth center sex abuse claim through state fund

The two-year window for victims abused at the center to file for compensation from the state opened last month. → Read More

Sununu signs stopgap bill keeping troubled NH youth detention center open

Lawmakers found it impossible to meet the deadline they themselves set for the closure of the center in Manchester. → Read More

Trump lawyers try to ban “Access Hollywood” tape from upcoming NY trial

E. Jean Carroll accuses the former president of raping her in Manhattan in the mid-1990s, which he denies. → Read More

Great Ice! Festival lights up North Hero

The ice covering City Bay is too thin for use, but organizers went ahead with the festival on land. → Read More

Winooski woman aims to stop demolition of vacant church

Britta Tonn has appealed a demolition permit for the former St. Stephen Catholic Church. → Read More

Vermonters testify before lawmakers about effects of housing crisis

A state Senate committee and a state House committee held a joint hearing Thursday night to learn about the effects of the crisis first-hand. → Read More

This Place in History: Burlington's Soda Plant

Michael C. Dorn’s company produced Venetian soft drinks — including ginger ale — on Pine Street from 1917 to 1942. → Read More