Sanders says he’d vote for Clinton, but battles on Bernie Sanders finally said what Hillary Clinton has been waiting to hear on Friday: She’s got his vote in November.
Asked on MSNBC if he would cast a ballot for his opponent for the Democratic nomination for president, the Vermont senator said simply, “Yes.”
“I’m going to do everything I can to defeat Donald Trump,” said Sanders, who still hasn’t conceded the race to Clinton. More
Vermonters mixed on Senate GMO label compromise MONTPELIER, Vt. — Vermonters reacted with mixed emotions Friday to the prospects that a U.S. Senate compromise on labeling genetically modified foods could set aside a state law due to take effect next week.
The law, effective July 1, would make Vermont the first state to require the majority of U.S. More
Two die fleeing California wildfire LAKE ISABELLA, Calif. — A deadly wildfire that roared through dry brush and trees in the mountains of central California gave residents little time to flee as flames burned dozens of homes to the ground, propane tanks exploded, and smoke obscured the path to safety.
An elderly couple trying to flee from the flames were overcome with smoke outside of their house and killed, Kern County Sheriff Donny Youngblood said. More
Colby to present plans for 3 athletic fields WATERVILLE — Colby College plans to start building three athletic fields this fall on about 19 acres behind the Harold Alfond Athletic Center, with a goal of having them completed and ready for use in the fall of 2017. More
Auburn teen, named honorary police officer, dies of cancer Zachary Johnson, an honorary Portland police officer and a popular 2016 graduate of Edward Little High School, died Tuesday after a three-year battle with cancer. He was 18.
Johnson fulfilled his lifelong dream of becoming a police officer in March. Portland City Clerk Katherine Jones swore him in as an honorary officer during a ceremony at police headquarters. More
Family intends to sue police over chase in fatal crash Drug involvement is not believed to be a factor in the crash, Spear's report said. A notice of an intent to sue Byras, the town of Rockport ... After about two miles, Cooley came upon the crash scene. The car had split in two when it hit the tree. 03/25/2016 - 6:18 am | View Link
Rockport chief defends police chase that ended in fatal crash ROCKPORT, Maine — The town’s police chief said his officer acted properly in a Dec. 5 chase that ended with the car that was being pursued crashing ... that excessive speed was the reason for the crash and that alcohol and drugs did not play a role. 02/18/2016 - 12:00 pm | View Link
Police blotter Monday, Aug. 19: Officer Donald Smith issued a traffic ticket to motorists on Bath Road; checked buildings on Old Ferry Road, Gardiner Road, checked for a horse running loose on Lowelltown Road and checked on a report of a dog left in a car at Shaw’s ... 09/3/2013 - 4:30 pm | View Link
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Local man dies on Highway 1 | News | hmbreview.com A flower memorial was set up on Saturday morning at the site of a fatal car crash the previous evening. Longtime Coastsider Margarito Sarabia was killed in the ... 03/2/2016 - 11:13 pm | View Website
More than 600 people gathered at a West Philadelphia church Friday to remember the promising life of West Catholic Prep graduate and star basketball player Akyra Murray, who was among the 49 people killed at Orlando's Pulse nightclub on June 12.
Writing from the Pennsylvania prison where he is serving three consecutive life terms, former West Philadelphia abortion doctor Kermit Gosnell has filed a federal civil rights lawsuit against Philadelphia District Attorney Seth Williams and the Daily News.
Gov. Christie has again nominated a former North Jersey medical examiner to head the state Medical Examiner's Office.
Andrew L. Falzon has served in the top position in an acting capacity, overseeing the troubled system for the last year. The position has been vacant since 2003.
Philadelphia police Friday charged the mother of a 4-year-old girl who fatally shot herself Thursday with third-degree murder.
Shakeia Holmes, 25, was also accused of trying to cover up the circumstances that led to daughter Sani's fatal injury in their North Philadelphia home.