WTSA News for your Friday, November 11:

WTSA News for your Friday, November 11:

Governor Phil Scott and the Vermont Department of Labor visited GS Precision on Thursday to announce a grant of more than $228,000, which will support the establishment of a new registered apprenticeship program with the company. The money will support the advancement of apprenticeship programs, with the company planning to add training staff, as well as update educational facilities and equipment to support the program. The announcement is part of Vermont’s efforts to promote apprenticeship programs in the state, ahead of National Apprenticeship Week, which runs from November 14-20, 2022.

A mobile home at 1 Windward Drive in Brattleboro was destroyed by fire Thursday afternoon. Chief Leonard Howard said crews responded just after 4 p.m. and brought the fire under control 45 minutes later. The sole occupant of the house and the pets were able to escape the house safely. The cause was determined to be accidental, the result of a cooking fire. The house is a total loss.

The New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services says there were 1,217 new positive COVID-19 test results between Thursday, Nov. 3 and Wednesday, Nov. 9. For the previous week, the DHHS announce 17 additional deaths related to COVID-19. Currently, 27 hospitalized patients are being treated for COVID-19.

It’s Veterans Day, and Brattleboro veterans of foreign wars after 1034 will be hosting an event at their Black Mountain Road headquarters starting at 11 a.m. The national holiday commemorates the date and time an armistice was signed to end World War I in 1918. City of Brattleboro offices, except for emergency services, are closed. Brooks Memorial Library is closed. Parking is free, but other regulations will still apply.

Average gasoline prices in Vermont fell one cent per gallon from yesterday but were still up 5 cents per gallon from last week, up 18 cents from last month and 55 cents over last year. Gas Buddy says the lowest price was $3.50 in Hartford and the highest in Addison at $4.19. The national average gasoline price rose 3 cents per gallon over the past week, averaging $3.80 today. The national average is down 14 cents per gallon from a month ago and is 40 cents per gallon higher than a year ago,

Vermont Department of Mental Health formed an Eating Disorders Task Force. People who have experienced a disorder or who have one in their family are invited to a virtual meeting on Monday, November 28 at 10 a.m. to share your experiences of research and care for you or a loved one. Your feedback will be shared with Vermont health care providers, legislators and school systems.

LOTTERY NUMBERS:

TRI STATE PICK 3 0-4-1

TRI STATE PICK 4 5-7-3-4

LUCKY FOR LIFE 12-30-34-36-43 LUCKY BALL 16

MASS BOX 9-15-17-18-25

SPORTS WTSA:

Charlie McAvoy scored the game-clinching goal on his season debut as the Bruins beat Calgary Thursday night, 3-1. Boston is at Buffalo on Saturday night, puck drop at 7 p.m.

The Celtics host the Denver Nuggets tonight, tip is 7 p.m.

Thursday Night Football saw Carolina cruise through Atlanta, 25-15.

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