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FEMA inspects flood damage in Underhill, Vermont, following last week’s devastating floods. Damage could be in the millions. Full story:http://bfpne.ws/11zrqQg or mobile video: http://bit.ly/11zrGic(Produced by RYAN MERCER/FREE PRESS)
A rough night and a rougher day for Underhill and Jericho as flash floods strand residents, destroy a home and cut off parts of town after severe rains storms dump rain on area for more than 24 hours. Mobile version: http://bit.ly/118cFlx (Produced May 24, 2013, by Ryan Mercer, Burlington Free Press)
The Week in Pictures for April 15th: Anne Hamilton of North Hero took this shot Wednesday from the top of Jay Peak Wednesday where skiiers and riders are still enjoying snow. Share your Vermont Beauty photos at www.facebook.com/bfpnews or email@example.com.
The Week in Pictures for April 15th: Nearly 200 people gathered outside Royal Tyler Theater at the University on Vermont on Wednesday evening before marching through Burlington in support of Take Back the Night, an effort devoted to raising awareness about rape and sexual assault. (Photo by EMILY MCMANAMY/FREE PRESS)
The Week in Pictures for April 15th: Ian D. Gardner spits a candy at the family of Rise Berard at his arraignment in Vermont Superior Court Monday. Gardner is accused of assaulting and robbing Berard at her Winooski home Thursday night. Full story:http://bfpne.ws/17OH22o (Photo by RYAN MERCER/FREE PRESS)
Longtime Burlington High School Spanish teacher Giovanna Yaranga, 44, pleads not guilty in Vermont Superior Court in Burlington Monday after being arrested and charged with four counts of sexual exploitation of a minor. Police say they found Yaranga in the back seat of a car with a teenage student. Full story: http://bfpne.ws/128yv8d
Migrant workers in the US illegally — the same workers credited with saving Vermont’s dairy industry — plead for the right to hold valid drivers licenses in Vermont. “This is a really hard life to leave,” said one worker. Nearly all worker are at the mercy of their employers for everything from trips to the grocery store to medical appointments. Mobile link: http://bit.ly/13ddGJN (Produced by RYAN MERCER/FREE PRESS)