One of America's most popular superheroes is headed to Tuesday's presidential inauguration.
The current issue of the Spiderman comic book has journalist Peter Parker reporting from the inauguration, but when a villain shows up the hero dons his alter-ego's red getup to save the day. As thanks, Spiderman gets a fist pound from President-elect Barack Obama.
A Burlington comics seller says all their copies sold out on Wednesday, shortly after they hit the shelves, and that many of the buyers picked them up for Obama, not Spidey.
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A mother and her five-old child were taken to Fletcher Allen Friday night after being hit by a car in Winooski. Police say the accident happened around 8-30 at the intersection of West Spring and NorthMore >>
A mother and her five-old child were taken to Fletcher Allen Friday night after being hit by a car in Winooski.More >>
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Vt. State Police say a small plane has crashed on Interstate 89 north in Highgate. A state airport official confirms that a single-engine aerobatic plane was in the vicinity of the Franklin County StateMore >>
The pilot of a small plane parachuted to safety before his aircraft crashed on Interstate 89 north in Highgate Friday. More >>