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Photos and text by Carolyn Dean Judit Schneider decided to open a yoga studio in Brandon when she and her husband acquired the space in the fall of last year. The farmhouse at 1340 Grove St., originally built in 1880, needed renovations before it could become a modern yoga studio.
If we have to keep enduring TV shows about brooding male antiheroes, please make more like Barry. The darkly funny new HBO series created by Bill Hader (Saturday Night Live) and Alec Berg (Silicon Valley) stars Hader as a contract killer who, in a moment of existential despair, decides he wants to become an actor. Hader plays Barry Berkman, a 
The state has dropped attempted murder charges against a Poultney teenager who allegedly told police he planned to carry out the deadliest school shooting of all time at Fair Haven Union High School. In a notice of dismissal filed Friday in Rutland criminal court, Rutland County States Attorney Rose Kennedy said a recent Vermont Supreme Court decision finding that the 
SWANTON A 74-year-old Swanton man died Sunday morning after he was struck by a car on First Street, as he was crossing the road. Vermont State Police said the man, identified as Raymond Barrette, was not using a crosswalk as he was walking from the Maplefields gas station to the Sunoco gas station at about 6:16 a.m.
SHELBURNE A 27-year-old South Burlington man was arrested Sunday after he allegedly struck a Shelburne Police Department cruiser and fled the scene. Police said they tracked down the white Toyota Celica which struck the cruiser, but did not injure Officer Bruce Beuerlein. The white Celica was stopped a short time after the 1:50 a.
Up on a ridge in Rutland's Pine Hill Park's southwest corner, somewhere between Sore Elbow and Rembrant's Brush, was something that might or might not be a vernal pool. Vernal pools are those seasonal watery hideaways where both frogs and salamanders have sex in the spring and sing their hearts out. Eliza Morse, an AmeriCorps worker assigned to the Vermont 
SHARON A report of a suspicious vehicle near Route 14 in Sharon Saturday night resulted in criminal charges for a 22-year-old Sharon man. Vermont State Police said they charged Clark Clogston with possession of heroin and driving while under the influence of drugs. Police said Clogston was in possession of heroin, and a drug recognition expert evaluated Clogston, which 
PROCTOR A head-on collision Saturday afternoon on Route 3 in Proctor sent six people to the hospital. Vermont State Police said the driver of a 2009 Dodge van told them she fell asleep at the wheel and crossed the center line into the southbound lane of travel. Police said Ashley Ferguson, 31, of Proctor was driving the van and it 
CHITTENDEN Vermont State Police arrested a 30-year-old man Saturday night and charged him with stealing a Chittenden womans cell phone, cash and several valuable picture frames. Timothy E. Edwards Jr.
CASTLETON Lightning can strike twice. Castleton Universitys Davis Mikell slammed two walk-off hits to the base of the outfield fence to give the Spartans a sweep of Saturdays North Atlantic Conference doubleheader against Husson University. Mikells blast to center field brought the speedy Deagan Poland all the way from first base in the bottom of the seventh to touch 
BANGOR, Maine A no-hitter and three-run, walk-off homer lifted Husson to a doubleheader sweep of Castleton, 1-0 and 6-5 in a North Atlantic Conference doubleheader on Saturday. The sweep leaves Husson at 14-11 overall and 4-2 in the conference, where 4-14 Castleton is 2-2. Tamara Aunchman of Panton, Vt.
STAFF WRITER MANCHESTER Rice and CVU are coming to Manchester next week and coach Ed Lewicki is hoping to show them the Burr and Burton team that played Otter Valley for the first six innings on Saturday. That team built a 7-0 lead and the one that took the field in the seventh hanged on for a 7-5 victory 
MONTPELIER - She was a computer before there were computers. She made discoveries that changed the fundamentals of astronomy before science would discover whom she was. And she died before she could be given a Nobel Prize - yet few know this woman existed.
BRIDGEWATER The Sunrise General Store in Bridgewater was burglarized overnight Saturday, with the thief making off with approximately 120 cartons of cigarettes, Vermont State Police said. Police said the burglary at the store had occurred at about 3 a.m.
CLARENDON A motor vehicle stop on Walker Mountain Road late Friday night resulted in a Bronx man being arrested on charges of heroin trafficking. Vermont State Police said Joshua S. Rose, 25, was arrested and ordered held for lack of $25,000 bail.
Hundreds of volunteers turned out Saturday morning to clean up and spiff up the Vermont Farmers Food Center, as part of the national Comcast Cares Day. The volunteers, joined by dozens of Comcast employees, did everything from paint a peeling box car to sort dirty bricks and concrete pavers. They made raised beds, they raked dirt and coraled leaves, they 
KILLINGTON An Ohio man was charged Friday evening with possession of marijuana and possession of regulated drugs after he was stopped on U.S.Route 4 in Killington.
GROTON A 25-year-old Groton man was arrested Friday afternoon after Vermont State Police charged him with assaulting a Barre man with a shovel. Police said the alleged assault took place at 97 Glover Road in Groton, and investigation showed Jeremy Colburn assaulted Tyler Clark, 28, of Barre with a shovel. Colburn was taken into custody, police said, and he 
BRIDPORT A Windsor woman was arrested Friday after she allegedly assaulted a household member at a home in Bridport. Vermont State Police said Mariah Davignon, 31, of Windsor was located later Friday evening after she had left the scene, police said. She was found in the town of Windsor, and was arrested by Windsor Police, along with Vermont State 
POULTNEY Theresa O. Tot Turner, 75, died Tuesday, April 17, 2018, at The Pines at Rutland, following a brief illness. She was born Dec.