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Father Speaks At Troy School About Son's Suicide

NORTH TROY -- Ryan Halligan was tormented, humiliated, and ridiculed by other children at his Essex Junction school, and they continued their bullying online.
• Littleton: Oasis Restaurant To Close, Bailiwicks To Move In
• NEK: Lawmakers Want Med. Marijuana Dispensary In NEK
• O'Hagan Suspect Seeks Change Of Venue On Other Charges
• Youth Filmmakers Go Head To Head

NEWSLocal | Regional | World News
St. Johnsbury Board Hires Former Lyndonville Employee As New Public Works Assistant
ST. JOHNSBURY -- Despite local economic concerns voiced by two residents Monday, the St. Johnsbury Board of Selectmen in a split vote busted the budget for a new assistant public works director by $5,000.
• White Nose Syndrome Still Killing N.H. Bats
• Glover Man Asks Court To Strike Sexual Assault Conviction
• Final Soda Bottle Bomber Sentenced
• Wind Opponents Call The Nelsons Heroes, Predict More Buyouts

SPORTSLocal | Regional | Columns
Local Roundup: WMR Softball Starts Season With Win
TILTON, N.H. -- White Mountains Regional softball pitcher Erika Millett wasted no time picking up where she left off last season.
• Quick Hits
• Vt. Softball Previews (Do Not Publish)
• Monday's Scores and Tuesday's Schedule
• Vt. Boys Tennis: Harwood Edges NCU

OPINIONEditorial | Letters | Columns
Noah Noyes: Mandated Reporting Law Needs Clarification
As many know, criminal charges were brought against two school administrators -- a colleague and me -- last summer. The charges stemmed from an alleged violation of 33 V.S.A. § 4913, Vermont's often-called 'mandated reporter' law. Nearly a year after these proceedings were first initiated, both cases have now been dismissed, but the history and experience exposes a need to address, reform and clarify this law and its administration.
• It's Not About The Children - Mike Fortier
• Remembering Our Veterans - John O'Brien
• The Separation of Church and State Myth - Travis Spencer
• John McClaughry: When Imagination Fails, Raise School Property Taxes!

COMMUNITYBirths | Milestones | Deaths


Margaret Anna Savage Carr passed away on Sunday, April 13, 2014, in the gentle, loving care of the staff at The Morrison Nursing Home in Whitefield, N.H. Family and friends kept constant vigil as she was tenderly eased to eternal life.
• Lawrence G. Wisner Obituary
• David Stimson - Obituary
• David C. Poitras - Obituary
• Gladys Barnett Landry - Obituary

FEATURESLife | Business | Community
Bill Amos : Hidden Worlds - The Greening
The Greening
• Notes From The Garden: Spring Bulbs
• Entertainment Briefs
• Organizers Back Out Of Evel Knievel Festival
• Paper Clover Campaign Begins April 23

CRIMECops | Court | Tickets
Vermont State Police - Bradford Barracks
• Vermont State Police - St. johnsbury Barracks
• St. Johnsbury Police Department
• St. Johnsbury Police Department
• Vermont State Police - Derby Barracks

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