Vermont U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders has ended months of speculation and formally announced that he will run for president in 2016.
Vermont Governor Peter Shumlin says he won't smoke marijuana if it becomes legal in Vermont, though he dabbled in the drug in his twenties.
Prior to Vermont Governor Peter Shumlin’s budget address Thursday, faith leaders were at the Statehouse delivering their own message.
Vermont’s Senate Democratic Leadership is working on legislation that aims to expand background checks to the Internet and gun shows.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo traveled to Afghanistan over the weekend.
It’s Primary Day across New York State.
Vermont Governor Peter Shumlin will kick-off his reelection campaign Tuesday.
Polls have opened in New Hampshire for the state’s primary.
Vermont’s statewide canvassing committee will meet Tuesday to certify the election returns from last week’s primary.
Republican gubernatorial candidate Scott Milne discusses his win with FOX44’s Steph Machado after declaring victory in Tuesday’s Primary.
The head of Vermont’s Agency of Human Services will be stepping down.
Vermont Republican Gubernatorial Candidate Scott Milne is admitting to doing drugs in his past.
It is Primary Day in New York for congressional races.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo plans to sign the 2014-15 budget into law Tuesday.
The state budget deadline is just a few days away.
Vermont Senator Bill Doyle has released the results for his annual Town Meeting Day Survey.
Ice cream makers Ben Cohen and Jerry Greenfield will be at the Vermont Statehouse Tuesday.
Vermont U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders is set to appear on the O’Reilly Factor, Friday.
Vermont Gov. Peter Shumlin will be meeting with a top White House drug policy official.
Vermont Gov. Peter Shumlin will sign a midyear budget adjustment bill Tuesday.
Republican Matt Doheny announced Wednesday he will run for New York’s 21st Congressional District seat.
U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders will be at the Vermont Statehouse Wednesday to give lawmakers an overview of federal education policy.
Vermont state workers will be at the Statehouse Tuesday for the annual ‘Lobby Day.’
President Barack Obama will head to Michigan Friday where he is expected to sign the Farm Bill.
New Hampshire Gov. Maggie Hassan will be visiting a manufacturer on Friday.
New Hampshire Governor Maggie Hassan will deliver her State of the State speech to lawmakers on Thursday.
Vermont Governor Peter Shumlin will release his state budget proposal on Wednesday. The speech will be live on FOX44 beginning at 2 p.m.
The Vermont Progressive Party has a new leader.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie (R) is attending a Vermont GOP Fundraiser in Essex Junction, Vt. in December.
Two weeks from Tuesday, voters in Plattsburgh will elect a new mayor. The current mayor, Republican Don Kasprzak is not running for re-election.
The Cumberland Head Taxpayers' Association is sponsoring a Meet the Candidates event on Thursday.
Furloughed government workers will start seeing back pay back in their paychecks starting on October 25.
We are now in the final day before the country will run out of money to pay its bills. The president will meet with his treasury secretary Wednesday as talks of a deal stalls in the house.
Americans are voicing their frustration over the government shutdown in all kinds of ways including protests, letters, and apparently pumpkin carvings.
The government shut down is affecting breweries and wineries across the nation. It's already costing some hundreds of thousands of dollars.
It's 14th day in the government shutdown and just three days before the U.S. Government bumps up against its projected borrowing limit.
Vermont Senator Patrick Leahy (D-Vt.) says the shutdown is hurting farmers.
Plattsburgh Mayor Donald Kasprzak is holding a public hearing on the budget Thursday.
Sen. Patrick Leahy (D-Vt.) issued a statement on the government shutdown.
Tuesday marks the end of the fiscal year and if a budget compromise isn't reached, a government shutdown will cause some departments and agencies to close.
If the Democrats and Republicans can't come to terms and agree on how the U.S. Should pay its bills, the Federal government will shut down on Oct 1.
Today is July first, and several new laws take effect. The Vermont legislature spent months drafting bills, and today, 21 of them take hold.