ST. JOHNSBURY - Keith Taylor of Waterford, VT pleaded guilty yesterday afternoon to all charges including child cruelty. Taylor took the plea deal from the prosecution, which means he will be serving 60 days in prison and have home confinement for 6 months.
ST. JOHNSBURY- Catamount Arts and Film is celebrating a big milestone this year. It is their 40th year in operation its debut in 1975.
ST.JOHNSBURY - St. Johnsbury School Board director, Bruce Corrette, will be retiring from his position after twenty-three years of service split between two terms.
ST. JOHNSBURY - Northeast Vermont Regional Hospital is currently using a new machine to combat the spread of infections. The machine, called the Sanosil Disinfectant has been in the hospital for two weeks now.
ST. JOHNSBURY- "Stella Quarta Decima Fulgeat," or "The Fourteenth Star Shines Bright," may soon be the official Latin motto for the Green Mountain State. This comes after Angela Kubicke, a ninth grader from St. Johnsbury Academy proposed the idea of Vermont adopting a Latin motto.
ST. JOHNSBURY- The St. Johnsbury Select Board discussed ways to fund two town water projects that will cost the town two million dollars. The St. Johnsbury Wastewater Treatment Plant is at risk of a sewage overflow if two water screw pumps are not replaced.
ST. JOHNSBURY - The St. Johnsbury school board met last night, with the main topic focusing around the school budget that is proposed for this year. Multiple residents were present at the meeting to have their voices heard on topics that seemed to be of issue to them.
ST. JOHNSBURY- After claiming their first ever Division One state title, the St. Johnsbury Academy Girls Indoor Track team is confident in their ability to finish the season strong at the New England Championships.
ST. JOHNSBURY - After a long morning in Caledonia District County Court you could hear the town of St. Johnsbury, in unison, exhale and release a sigh of relief.
ST. JOHNSBURY- The town of Saint Johnsbury recieved a $1,275 grant from the Vermont Community Foundation.
ST. JOHNSBURY - The St. Johnsbury Select Board met last night for their bi-weekly meeting. The board discussed a wide variety of topics that will be of importance in the coming months. The board put a lot of focus on this year's town budget.
ST. JOHNSBURY - For the second year in a row, Lyndon Institute and St. Johnsbury Academy squared off in the Annual White Room Challenge.
ST. JOHNSBURY - Good Shepherd Catholic School, on Maple Street in St. Johnsbury was broken into over the weekend. The suspect or suspects have not yet been found.
ST. JOHNSBURY - Saint Johnsbury residents will be voting on Town Meeting Day about receiving two bonds to replace the old water pumps and the Moose River water main.
ST. JOHNSBURY - Universal Pre-Kindergarten won't be mandated in schools until July 1st of 2016, but the state is giving schools the option of implementing it now.
ST. JOHNSBURY- The town of St. Johnsbury is looking for the $401,000 that people owe in deliquent taxes.
St. Johnsbury - Dozens of volunteers gathered at the Elk's Club in St. Johnsbury to help send a little holiday spirit to soldiers serving over season.
ST.JOHNSBURY- A true mark of the holiday season is a big beautiful Balsam fir but unfortunately with such great beauty comes possible danger. One in every forty house fires where a christmas tree is involved results in death. This season there are a few key things you should do to ensure your family and Christmas tree's safety.
ST. JOHNSBURY - The St. Johnsbury Academy Hilltoppers kicked off their ice hockey season last night, and they are under the guidance of a new head coach.
St.Johnsbury - Compared to the crazy Black Friday, local businesses in Northeastern Kingdom focused more on Small Business Saturday to get more profits, which was set up in 2010. The Small Business Saturday sits between Black Friday and Cyber Monday, and the results aren't too shabby.
ST. JOHNSBURY - The town of St. Johnsbury is now providing parking spaces that are specifically designed for electric cars. The four spaces are part of two charging stations located in town.
ST. JOHNSBURY- Bruce Bona is asking the state for a mistrial to be declared in his animal cruelty case. Bona was recently found guilty on 17 of 21 counts of animal cruelty against horses from his ranch.
ST. JOHNSBURY - After a turbulent nine months, Bruce Bona has been found guilty on seventeen counts of animal cruelty towards his family’s horses.
ST. JOHNSBURY - Bruce Bona appeared in Caledonia County court today to defend himself against the twenty-one charges of animal cruelty from the state.