Cyber Monday is no longer a one-day affair.
More than 30 Vermont schools are participating in a new federal program that allows every student to eat for free.
Although the rain kept some fair goers away on Sunday, organizers say the past two days they saw record crowds.
This Town Meeting Day, voters will decide if the city should buy the Winooski Hydroplant. It would cost a bond of up to $12 million.
This winter has dumped plenty of snow and ice on the state of Vermont. South Burlington now finds itself "in the red" and over budget.
Ross Lippman shows the story of two parents, both involved in Youth Sports in Vermont, and how far they'll go to make sure kids can stay involved in the game, despite the cost.
As students gear up to head back to school next week, parents may have to dig deeper into their pockets. A recent study revealed school supply prices are up on average seven percent this year. Not the best news for families still recovering from a bad economy.