Lake Champlain rose 100 feet above sea level Thursday morning, it's not as high as a few years back in 2011 when Vermont experienced historic flooding, but people are anxiously waiting to see how this spring will pan out.
A plan to build a grocery store on Main Street in Barre needs to pick up more steam in order to open.
Police say 64-year-old Wayne Washburn killed his wife, 59-year-old Katherine Washburn and then himself.
Another case of sewage overflow in Essex, Vermont.
Dartmouth College will test its emergency notification systems on Monday.
According to Substance Abuse Researchers at the University of Michigan, more college students are relying on prescription drugs to get their work done.
New Hampshire lawmakers have upheld the death penalty.
Police in Richmond are looking into more than a dozen vehicle break-ins.
The Vermont Principals' Association (VPA) announced their nominations for the 2015 Principals of the Year.
A man accused of shooting his neighbors and two state troopers earlier in April pleaded not guilty on Thursday.
The return of warm weather means more animals will be coming out of hiding.
A Vermont teenager is accused of bringing heroin into the Marble Valley Regional Correctional Facility Thursday morning.
Gallup surveyed almost 200 cities on whether or not people felt safe walking home alone at night in their communities.
The state Attorney General has issued a warning on wedding scams as the summer and wedding seasons begin.
According to the Vermont Lottery, Jake's Market & Deli sold a $30,000 Hot Lotto ticket for the April 16th drawing.
Vermont State Police are looking for a stolen vehicle.
A New York man has been sentenced to 15 years in prison for sexually assaulting a child.
It costs an estimated 700 dollars to care for each animal and to prepare them for adoption.
Police are investigating a muder-suicide at a residence on Cady Hill Road in Stowe.
Operation Clean Sweep will begin in Burlington on April 30.
A missing Rutland woman was found safe Thursday morning.
Surging home prices have helped nearly 2 million homeowners get back above water on their mortgages over the past ye
Lake Champlain rose above flood stage Wednesday night to Thursday, April 16-17 and is forecast to keep rising.
Parking space allottments could soon be based on the number of bedrooms per unit.
Vermont's homeless problem is getting worse.
This week's Athlete of the Week is another Redhawk from another defending state championship team, lacrosse senior Nevin DiParlo.
Crews worked into the night and returned to spend Wednesday making repairs.
More than sixty culverts were damaged or destroyed by flooding in Duxbury.
Governor Peter Shumlin on Wednesday addressed reports that another round of layoffs will hit IBM this week.
River search for man who jumped into the Smith River put on hold due to high water.
New York State's Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli announced that they are stopping more than $24 million in questionable personal income tax refunds.
Law enforcement officials who are part of the the Chittenden County Stop Teen Alcohol Team (S.T.A.R.T.) program conducted a proactive patrol to try and curb underage drinking on Saturday.
Police are investigating vandalism done to Colchester High School overnight.
CareerCast ranked the top 200 jobs in 2014 in a new report.
New York State Police are planning on cracking down on speeders and aggressive drivers.
Starting in the fall of 2014, community colleges across New Hampshire will see tuition rates go down.
The state has issued dozens of new beverage licenses in recent months as the buzz continues to grow about New York wineries and breweries.
he Brattleboro Police Department is warning residents that someone, claiming to be from Microsoft, is able to gain access to private computers.
Water is going to be shutdown in St. Johnsbury on Thursday to make replace a defective shut off valve.
Mudfest at ECHO Lake Aquarium and Science Center is in full swing. From now until April 27th, stop by ECHO to learn about all things dirt.
Governor Cuomo has declared a flood state of emergency for Essex, Franklin, Herkimer, Jefferson, Lewis, and St. Lawrence Counties.
Personal data theft online is on the rise.
Tuesday, Vermonters also dealt with flooding, and that forced many roads to be partly closed, and drivers took different routes
On a rainy day on Lake Champlain in Burlington, on the anniversary of the bombings, Ryan Polly organized a memorial run.
The city is bracing for the Winooski River to crest Tuesday night. It would put water levels one foot too high.
With concerns regarding flooding, the Red Cross has a new app for people to turn to.
Some rivers in Vermont are flooding after recent heavy rainfall and snow melt.
Rivers across northern New York are still rising Tuesday night after days of snow melt and now steady rains.
Trash and used needles were the cause of a clog in the library toilets. Now there's a new bathroom policy.
Boaters and anglers are reminded to wear flotation vests.