Michael’s on the Hill restaurant in Waterbury Center, which is for sale, is listed with Dick Palmer of Hospitality Consultants LLC. A different agent was listed in an article last week.
The calendar of the latest Stowe Guide & Magazine reported that master gardener and lecturer Charlie Nardozzi would speak at a tea party reception at the Gardens of Stowe event June 30. Nardozzi is not attending the event.
Elaine Collins, the president of Northern Vermont University-Johnson, was misidentified in a photo caption last week as Barbara Murphy, the college’s former president. Also, graduation speaker Cyndi Lauper’s album “Hat Full of Stars” was released in 1993. A caption had the wrong year.
The Stowe High School girls lacrosse program actually has five members in its 100-point club. Kelsey Chenoweth (Class of 2013) was actually the first player to crack the 100-point barrier. An article last week incorrectly stated that there were only four members of the 100-point club in program history.
The Stowe Reporter and News & Citizen reported incorrectly in the court report May 2 that Jon Dubick, 51, of Wolcott was sentenced to jail time on two cases decided in Lamoille County Superior Court. In fact, Dubick will only be on probation after pleading no contest to simple assault and careless or negligent driving. While the court did issue consecutive sentences of six to 12 months…
In an article April 25, “Suspicious blaze hits Stowe Chiropractic,” Dr. Bradley Rauch wondered if the fire was set as a reaction to an upcoming conference he is organizing. He did not say, as the article paraphrased, that the conference will “decry the health benefits of vaccination.” Rather, he explained later, the intent of the conference is “to empower people with peer-reviewed science …
A story last week about accused sex offender Jay Orost inaccurately stated he had pleaded guilty to some of his charges, when it should have said pleaded not guilty. Orost pleaded guilty to some charges this week (see related).
The African dance troupe in last week’s front-page photo was misidentified. The group, photographed at Stowe Elementary School, is Jeh Kulu Dance, which teaches West African dance and drumming. It was mistakenly identified as Step Afrika!, which was also in Stowe last week to perform at the Spruce Peak Performing Arts Center.
Andrew Stewart Jr. of Milton, convicted of stealing a woman’s purse at gunpoint in a Stowe parking lot in 2017, was sentenced in Lamoille County Superior Court to serve 4 to 10 years. A story last week had incorrect sentencing information.