Sunday's Look Aheads

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BURLINGTON, Vt. (WCAX) With the holidays this week, most events are happening on Monday.

Angela Auclair and Kory Lee George

Exit 18 into Georgia, off I-89, is set to reopen this week. The Halloween storm caused a culvert to fail under the ramp. VTrans hopes to begin paving the ramp on Monday and have it reopened before Christmas.

Governor Phil Scott will be at the State House Menorah Lighting. Each night a candle is lit on the State House lawn. Governor Scott will be there from 4:30 PM to 5:15 PM.

There has been a court schedule change. Angela Auclair was scheduled to be in court last week, but it has been changed to tomorrow. She is the wife of David Auclair. He is the man who was shot eleven times at a trail head in Hinesburg, this summer. Court documents say it was all part of an elaborate plan by Korey Lee George and his mom, Angela Auclair. Angela is being held without bail. Her son has already been formally charged with murder.

A popular coffee shop in Burlington is having their last day on Monday. Uncommon Grounds on Church Street has been in business for twenty-five years. It's a very popular spot.