Embezzlement Threatens Hunger Free Vermont; Support Fades for Norm McAllister's Expulsion

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Federal authorities are investigating an apparent embezzlement scheme that funneled hundreds of thousands of dollars from the nutrition nonprofit.
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Wednesday, December 9, 2015


Embezzlement Threatens Hunger Free Vermont


Federal authorities are investigating an apparent embezzlement scheme that funneled hundreds of thousands of dollars from the nutrition nonprofit.

Vermont Press Bureau, 12/9/15


Support Fades for Sen. Norm McAllister's Expulsion


Most of the accused senator's peers are hoping he'll step down before the Senate reconvenes in January, but many who initially said they'd vote to expel him have backed away from that idea.

SEven Days, 12/9/15


Hazmat Spill Forces Evacuation at Charlotte School


After maintenance staff discovered a glycol leak in the boiler room at Charlotte Central School, administrators evacuated the school and moved students to a church down the street.

WCAX, 12/9/15


Corren Wins — and Loses — on Campaign Finance in Federal Court


A federal judge has ruled that Dean Corren can't challenge $72,000 in fines in federal court for violating the state's public campaign finance laws, but he can continue to raise constitutional questions about the law.

Seven Days, 12/8/15


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Sheriff Proposes 'Justice Center' for Blighted Mill


The Windham County sheriff wants to convert a former industrial building into law-enforcement offices and a transitional housing facility for people entering or exiting the justice system.

The Commons, 12/9/15


Edgar May's Gift Brings Newest State Park to Springfield


When he died, Edgar May asked that his 204-acre property become a state park. In his memory, the property will host summer camps and year-round programs with local schools and nonprofits.

Vermont Public Radio, 12/8/15


Woman Arrested While Paying for Pizza


Police called off their application for a search warrant when the woman they were trying to arrest stepped out of her house to pay for a pizza delivery.

Rutland Herald, 12/8/15


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