Local law enforcers are ramping up efforts to crack down on distracted driving in a campaign Vermont is calling “Connect to Disconnect.” Drivers will see an increased police presence along Route 7 through Monday, April 15. The effort is a high-visibility campaign in honor of National Distrac…
A policing year in review shows static incident rates in 2018, according to South Burlington Police Department Chief Shawn Burke. Recent data reveals the department responded to about 14,000 incidents last year, which is commensurate with tot…
A South Burlington man has pleaded not guilty to a felony charge of illegal possession of 18 firearms while being an unlawful user and addicted to controlled substances, federal court records show.
A federal magistrate, citing the extensive criminal record of a Colchester man, has ruled he must remain behind bars while awaiting trial on a charge of bank robbery in South Burlington.
Residents near Temple Sinai synagogue immediately called the South Burlington Police Department after finding an anti-Semitic message spray-painted on a “Pedestrians crossing ahead” sign near the worship space on Saturday March 30.
Authorities say a Colchester man has been arrested on two bank robbery charges, including for a holdup at the Community Bank at 1309 Williston Road in South Burlington last Thursday.
All eight Superior Court judges — and one magistrate — up for judicial review this year will retain their positions on the bench for another six-year term.
One of the most dangerous sex offenders in Vermont history will be released from prison on Monday after spending more than 30 years behind bars for his crimes, officials said.
A South Burlington coin and jewelry businessman has pleaded guilty to committing lewd conduct on a vulnerable adult woman while she was on her deathbed at the Burlington Health and Rehab on Pearl Street in July 2018.
Two female attorneys accused a judge of sexist, degrading and condescending behavior toward women during a hearing on whether he should be given another six-year term.
A Burlington man has been ordered into criminal court in conjunction with a major embezzlement complaint at the Moose Lodge on Williston Road, South Burlington Police said.
A well-known South Burlington coin and jewelry businessman – who police say accepted valuable stolen property from burglars and thieves – has pleaded guilty to failing to keep proper anti-theft records for precious metals and other treasures …