BURLINGTON — The defense for a Williston man charged in criminal court with killing five teenagers from Central Vermont in a fiery wrong-way crash on Interstate 89 has turned over to prosecutors his records from the Howard Center, a mental health facility in Burlington.

Shawn LaPlant, of Rutland, appears in Rutland criminal court Friday afternoon to be charged with second-degree murder in connection with the death of Alicia Harrington.

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Chris Stanton holds Fair Haven’s new Pet Mayor, Lincoln, as she is sworn in by Town Clerk Suzanne DeChame, right, during a quick ceremony during a Select Board meeting Tuesday evening. Lincoln’s goat friend, Lucy, is at left.

Officials at College of St. Joseph are not naming a potential partner who could help the school retain its accreditation, but Jay Kenlan, chairman of the college board of trustees, said the board voted unanimously to support a plan put forward by President Jennifer Scott.

Jay Kenlan, president of the board of trustees at College of St. Joseph, said on Tuesday that Jennifer Scott, president of CSJ, has proposed a plan the board hopes will keep the college alive but could mean changes in staffing and offerings and could send undergraduates to another college. K…