House races: Night, Fagan win in city – Rutland Herald

Alderman William Notte is going to Montpelier.Notte, a Democrat, outpaced Republican Beth Fleck, 785 to 532, on Tuesday to become the newest member of the Rutland City House delegation. "I am absolutely thrilled," Notte said. "I never assumed I was going to win this election. I've been working hard since the start, and it feels […]

The counsel of the county behind drives the transport selection around … – Oxford Mail

A wider transport selection should be encouraged to reduce the isolation of some rural people in Oxfordshire, the county council agreed. More options for people to move around must be backed up by residents, including community bus services and potentially new taxi operators, the counselors said. A move initially presented by the conservative cabinet member […]

Climb in number of “potentially dangerous” bonfires in Merseyside – Wirral Globe

There was an increase in the calls to potentially "dangerous" firefighters in Merseyside yesterday, the fire service has been confirmed. The crews were called to 23, compared to 17 during the same period last year. Of these, six were in Wirral, 10 in Liverpool, Sefton and St Helens recorded three in Knowsley. The amount of […]

Athletes that help athletes: Rutland Rugby Club gives unified sports: Rutland Herald

The practice was always usual for the unified sports teams of Rutland City Public Schools in Bowlerama on Monday night until the Rutland Rugby Club appeared. In May, the RRC celebrated its fifth Keith Page Memorial Tournament in West Rutland and used $ 2,000 in revenues to help unified sports teams, serving new and adult […]

The employment agency will help those who are recovering to work – Rutland Herald

A staffing agency that started in Burlington opened a new office in Rutland last month to help people recover from substance abuse to find jobs. "In a nutshell, Working Fields is a mission-based personnel agency focusing on second-hand contracts, predominantly people recovering from addiction to substance abuse," said Stuart "Mickey" Wiles, CEO and founder of […]

Residents honor Baxter Street fire victims – Rutland Herald

Although the police have not yet published the names of the two victims who died in a fire structure a week ago "waiting for identification," more than 50 neighbors met at the Rutland Dream Center on Saturday midday to share stories and honor Paul Durkee and Shane Huntington "This is amazing," said Paul's brother, Michael […]

Questionnaire: Peter L. Graves, Commissioner of Cheshire County, District 1 – The Keene Sentinel

Name: PETER L. GRAVESAge: 62Point: WALPOLE Membership to the party: Republican. At the time you were in Cheshire County: life time at WalpoleFamily: parents: Robert and Peggy Graves, brothers: Cindy Westover, Annette Wilson and Jean Brewer, children: Kathryn, Sam & Emma, ​​grandson: Lila JeanEducation : Fall Mt Reg. HS, agricultural courses and seminars Occupation: 9th […]

Idaho teachers in border wall Halloween costumes put on paid leave

MIDDLETON, Idaho (AP) – Fourteen staff members at an Idaho school district who donned caricatured outfits depicting Mexican people and a border wall emblazoned with "Make America Great Again" have been placed on a paid administrative leave. Middleton School District superintendent Josh Middleton announced the decision Saturday at a special school board meeting. After the […]