Monday, May 20 2013 8:53 AM EDT2013-05-20 12:53:49 GMT
Police say they caught the person who stole a school bus from the Newport City Elementary School and crashed the bus in Holland, Vt. Friday.22-year-old Adam Page, of Newport, Vt., is facing various charges.More >>
Police say they caught the person who stole a school bus from the Newport City Elementary School and crashed the bus in Holland, Vt. Friday.More >>
Monday, May 20 2013 8:15 AM EDT2013-05-20 12:15:54 GMT
Police have released the name of the passenger who was killed in a crash on Vermont Route 122 in Lyndon, Vt. Saturday.Police say the passenger was Eleanor Machell, 85, of Lyndonville, Vt.The driver, 76-year-oldMore >>
Police have released the name of the passenger who was killed in a crash on Vermont Route 122 in Lyndon, Vt. Saturday.More >>
Monday, May 20 2013 7:52 AM EDT2013-05-20 11:52:16 GMT
Starting Monday, expect to see police out in full force. It's the kickoff to the National "Click It or Ticket" campaign. Police say they're going to focus on areas where crashes are known to happen. SoMore >>
Starting Monday, expect to see police out in full force. It's the kickoff to the National "Click It or Ticket" campaign.More >>
Monday, May 20 2013 7:17 AM EDT2013-05-20 11:17:58 GMT
A firearm was displayed after a fight on Church Street in Burlington, Vt. late Sunday night. Police say two men were involved. One of the men hit a woman and then pulled the gun out.The gun was never pointedMore >>
A firearm was displayed after a fight on Church Street in Burlington, Vt. late Sunday night.More >>
Sunday, May 19 2013 6:58 PM EDT2013-05-19 22:58:14 GMT
Vermont's only pharmacy school graduated its first class Sunday in a ceremony at the Champlain Valley Expo. The Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences graduated 74 students who say they areMore >>
Vermont's only pharmacy school graduated its first class Sunday in a ceremony at the Champlain Valley Expo. The Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences graduated 74 students who say they are excited to pave the way for those to come.More >>
Saturday, May 18 2013 2:26 PM EDT2013-05-18 18:26:46 GMT
Echo Lake Aquarium and Science Center unveiled its newest interactive exhibit Saturday; featuring state of the art technology. Echo's new Action Lab features hands-on exhibits to teach visitors aboutMore >>
Echo Lake Aquarium and Science Center unveiled its newest interactive exhibit Saturday; featuring state of the art technology.More >>
Friday, May 17 2013 10:05 PM EDT2013-05-18 02:05:48 GMT
At Ben and Jerry's flavor graveyard tasty treats lost long ago only live on in memory. But Thursday there was reason to celebrate as one of the flavors would rise from the grave to be eaten again. "ThereMore >>
Ben and Jerry's chooses White Russian to return to life in scoop shops.More >>
Friday, May 17 2013 5:49 PM EDT2013-05-17 21:49:42 GMT
The man accused of growing nearly 250 plants in Burlington's New North End was in court Friday. Anthony Wright, 34 of Burlington pleaded not guilty to growing more than 25 pot plants. This comes weeksMore >>
The man accused of growing nearly 250 plants in Burlington's New North End was in court Friday.More >>
Friday, May 17 2013 5:43 PM EDT2013-05-17 21:43:12 GMT
On the left side of a Burlington duplex police told us they stumbled upon a big pot operation, but on the right, they wouldn't say. Court documents we got Friday show this couple, Richard and Tonia Hall,More >>
Thursday we knew about a pot bust in Burlington's New North End, but police kept quiet about what happened on the other side. Friday, we were able to get court papers that show a couple has been making meth for weeks.More >>
Friday, May 17 2013 10:32 AM EDT2013-05-17 14:32:20 GMT
Police are asking drivers to avoid Main Street in Vergennes. The Shelburne Police Department said the road is closed for an unknown amount of time due to a car accident. Check back with Fox44 & ABC22More >>
Police are asking drivers to avoid Main Street in Vergennes. More >>
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SOURCE BISSELL Homecare, Inc.
Two new products remove stains quickly, so consumers can embrace life, not worry about messes
CHICAGO, March 2, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Many of our most memorable moments happen at home, and they can be messy, but that's okay because enjoying life often means carpets get dirty. With the introduction of two new deep cleaning products at this week's International Home and Housewares Show, BISSELL Homecare, Inc. is encouraging consumers to enjoy life and not worry about the mess left behind. The new launches expand BISSELL's deep cleaning category with products that feature turn-key technology for a deeper clean that sends dirt and stains running for cover. The BISSELL DeepClean Premier™ and BISSELL SpotCleanare engineered to address spots and stains at their core, leaving behind cleaner, healthier carpets.
"The aftermath of a great evening entertaining at home often makes us hesitate from creating those grand plans of a dinner party or play date. BISSELL wants you to send your evites and start party planning because we've created smart, easy-to-use products that make deep cleaning a cinch," said Jamie Wilcox, senior brand manager at BISSELL. "We handle the dirt so consumers can focus on letting life into their homes, living each moment to its fullest – without worry. Cleaning up should not be a barrier to great memories."
Because Vacuuming Alone Isn't Enough
Say hello to life and good-bye to dirty carpets with the BISSELL DeepClean Premier™. This upright deep cleaner enables consumers to clean beyond what's seen and scrub out dirt, odors, allergens and stains for professional-style results. It leaves your carpet looking up to 10 times cleaner than vacuuming alone* so you can enjoy that "like-new" feeling time and time again. Dual Powerbrushes loosen and remove deep down dirt from carpet, meaning there's no way sticky messes can survive.
Surround Suction® helps surfaces dry quickly so consumers can quickly go back to living life. EdgeSweep® brushes offer full width cleaning while a large capacity 1.25 gallon tank means fewer trips to the sink for refilling during cleaning. Plus, a tough stain tool makes it easy to clean small areas, stairs and upholstery where surprise messes often occur, and a removable nozzle makes the unit easy to maintain and clean. The cleaner comes with a three-year limited warranty and is available at major retailers with an MSRP $199.99.
Spots and Stains are Just a Bump in the Road
Because life happens and carpets and rugs colorfully tell our stories, the BISSELL SpotClean portable deep cleaner puts an end to the storytelling and permanently removes stains and spills. The cleaner's slim design makes it easy to store – under the sink, behind the kitchen door, in the laundry room – and keeps the cleaner accessible so consumers can pull it out and use within minutes.
Cleaning those hard-to-reach areas such as under couches and tight corners where pets roost or kids hideout is easy with specially designed tools – a 3-inch Tough Stain tool and a Deep Reach Tool to remove embedded dirt and stains from the bottom-up. The SpotClean features a removable water tank which sits flat on countertops or in the sink for easy filling and emptying. SpotClean comes with a two-year limited warranty and is available at major retailers with an MSRP $99.99.
Both deep cleaning machines feature innovative Heatwave Technology™ to help maintain water temperature throughout the cleaning process, leaving carpets, rugs, stairs, upholstery, auto interiors and more looking newer. Then you can kiss set-in stains and spills good-bye.
*Tested against Dyson DC33, using BISSELL Professional Deep Cleaning Formula. Based on color and brightness changes of carpet soiled according to ASTM 2828 carpet cleaning protocol.
About BISSELL Homecare, Inc.
For 137 years and counting, Michigan-based BISSELL Homecare, Inc. has developed innovative floor care solutions that make cleaning easier. As the top-selling brand in floor care appliances*, BISSELL understands that fuller lives often mean more messes, and that convenient cleaning tools help us embrace life's messier moments. Now in its fourth generation of family leadership, the company supplies households across the globe with vacuums, sweepers, deep-cleaning machines, hard surface cleaners and cleaning formulas. For more on BISSELL's complete line of floor care products, visit www.bissell.com.