BARTON â An East Haven man ended up at Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center Monday following a crash on US RT 5 around 8:20 a.m.
Orleans County Deputy Sheriff Jonathan McFarlane reported that Timothy Gaskill, 21, was traveling north when his 1999 Chevrolet Prizm slid out of its travel lane and into the front of a 1995 Mack truck carrying logs.
Roy Fox, 29, of Lyndonville, was operating the truck and was not injured. He was unable to stop the truck, McFarlane said.
Fire department personnel and emergency medical service technicians extracted Gaskill.
DERBY - Someone broke into the Dailey Memorial Library in Derby over the weekend. State Police are investigating and urge anyone with information to contact them.
When director Barbara Whitehall arrived at the library Sunday morning for a quick stop, it turned into anything but. She noticed right away that a window was shattered and the front door was unlocked. Apparently the perpetrator broke the window to reach around and unlock the door. But the burglar found more locked doors once inside.
NEWPORT, VT - When the 2008 Farm Bill expired on Sept. 30, farmers across the country were put into a financial limbo until Congress takes up the bill during the lame duck session. Renewing the bill for another five years will provide stability for growers and milkers as it allows them to plan for the future, the Farm Bureau says. For local dairy farmers, the problem isn't milk subsidies, but the cost of feed.