Month: May 2017

5th annual block party draws 400

ST. ALBANS CITY — Approximately 400 people turned out for the fifth annual block party in Ward 3 of St. Albans City. This year the party moved from its original location at Turning Point to the lawn in front of Food City, which also provided all of the food, according to organizer Tammi DiFranco, a former city councilor for Ward 3. “They’re above and beyond,” she said of the company. In addition to free food, there was also live music, a bouncy house, a St. Albans City fire truck for kids to explore, and activities for children provided by...

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Former MVU teacher pleads not guilty to lewd and lascivious charges

ST. ALBANS — A former Missisquoi Valley Union (MVU) high school teacher pleaded not guilty to charges of lewd and lascivious conduct with a child and sexual exploitation of a child in Franklin County Superior Court Tuesday morning. Darren Haynes, 47, could face a total of up to 20 years in prison for the two felony charges. The charges stem from alleged incidents that allegedly occurred between 2015 and 2016. Haynes’ arrest came after a joint investigation by the Northwest Unit for Special Investigations (NUSI) and the Department of Children and Families (DCF). The investigation began after a March...

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MAHONEY

Remy Newell and Roen William Mahoney, identical twin boys, born at the University of Vermont Medical Center on April 14 to Calli (Andersen) and Andrew Mahoney of...

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BATHALON

Gabriella Aurora Lee Bathalon, a girl, born at the Northwestern Medical Center on May 7 to Jessica Curran Bathalon and Jamie Michael Bathalon of St....

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ST. FRANCIS

Delanie Phyllis St. Francis, a girl, born at the Northwestern Medical Center on May 2 to Rebecca (Hemond) St. Francis and Cody St. Francis of...

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