The recent stretch of winter weather that has hit the region has put a strain on winter maintenance budgets.
Vermonters know how to cope with the cold, but your car is a different story.
Over 24 hours and nearly 20 departments later, a fire still smolders at the bottom of an icy school.
It's a winter wonderland in Waterbury and the town is holding several events from now until mid February to celebrate.
Lighter on and off snow showers will continue through Friday night.
A wintry mix Tuesday night left a couple of fresh inches of snow, but led to more than 100 school delays and a road closure.
Snow will accumulate Tuesday night, plus there is a threat of freezing rain. Here is what you can expect.
Be careful on the Monday morning drive.
A dusting to two inches of snow fell Thursday night, followed by temperatures dropping below freezing dawn Friday. That recipe caused accidents/closures on area roads.
Piles of snow and ice on a car are a concern to Vermont legislators.
While the main roads are clear many sidewalks are still covered in ice. And crews say there's nothing they can do about it until it gets a bit warmer.
Need rock salt for your icy pavement? Don't expect to find it at hardware stores in the Burlington area.
Vermont electric companies say they have spent about $10 million combined to fix repairs. That money helped restore power to thousands of customers left in the dark.
Thursday slick and snowy roads kept police and EMS constantly on the road and even sent one rolling over.
We're now onto day 5 for some folks without power after this weekend's ice storm.
With wet roads and dropping temps, driving experts are reminding motorists of the basics.