Here are the top stories at 12:10pm.
A Bethel man is due in court later this hour to face several charges after an armed confrontation with state police last night; Vermont and three other New England states will join together on a regional standardized test for third- to eighth-graders; more…
electric utilities say they’re making progress in restoring power to customers
in the southern part of the state of lost power in ice storm, but more than
6,100 customers are still without power.
Three utilities in Vermont are looking for new power supply contracts; Vermont’s congressional delegation supports a Vermont state senator’s plan to quickly rebuild the country’s transportation infrastructure; more…
State officials are unsure why enrollment for Catamount
Health is not meeting the legislature’s projections; state GOP leaders say Tom
Salmon’s deployment to the Middle East is a legitimate
campaign issue this fall;
Here are the top stories at 7:30 a.m.:
Congressman Peter Welch is continuing to shine a spotlight on a loophole in new
federal rules that were supposed to cut down on waste, fraud and abuse in
government contracting in Iraq and Afghanistan; The heating season may be winding down, but consumers are still reeling from
the high costs of staying warm this winter…