For more than a century, the residents of Derby Line, Vt., have been taking shortcuts into and out of Canada — on narrow, ungated streets in the center of town. On the U.S. side, they've been walking about 100 yards to report at the official checkpoint. But two months ago, an American pharmacist took a walk like that and got arrested. He insists he did nothing wrong — and he's become a local hero.
After Walk To Canada, Vermont Local Dubbed Hero
News & Features Charlotte Albright · Vermont Public Radio ·