To cap off fire prevention week, volunteers went door to door in the hardest hit communities to remind people to how important it is to have a working smoke detector.
“We came here on our wedding day. Just him and I, we have four kids that have grown and flown,” said homeowner Anna Gagne. Now what's left of the Gagne's home of 42 years is charred and ash.
Donations across the region are down approximately eight percent and while that might not sound like much that means there were 80 thousand less donations than expected. So the Red Cross is turning to the public for help.
In just four years more than 900 babysitters in Vermont were trained to watch your children. Now thanks to a new grant the Red Cross plans to continue training more kids - for free.
He lost his life ten years ago while fighting for our country in Iraq. On Wednesday Sergeant Kevin Sheehan's family kept his memory alive in a big way.
With concerns regarding flooding, the Red Cross has a new app for people to turn to.
We'll be helping out at the Red Cross Blood Donor Center in Burlington all day long.
John Villere of Colchester makes bi-weekly trips to the American Red Cross Donor Center in Burlington to donate blood.
The Drive of the Day will be at Windsor High School in Windsor, VT.
The North Clarendon community joined together today to donate blood in remembrance of a local high school student who passed away a few years ago.
The twins of Earl and Alexis Handy needed numerous blood transfusions after being born about 10 weeks premature.
St. Albans police and firefighters are on scene of a propane fire at Liberty Propane on Lower Newton Street in St. Albans.
The Red Cross says its blood supply is thousands of pints short because of the arctic blast hitting the country.
There have been three devastating fires in the last 24 hours all in Northern New York-; one in Black Brook, one in Keeseville, and the latest in Plattsburgh.
The American Red Cross has opened shelters in Vermont for people impacted by the ice storm.
Staffers at the North Country Red Cross say they've been busy responding to fires this year.
The American Red Cross kicked off it's Holiday Mail for Heroes program.
Every year around the holidays the Red Cross gathers cards to send to our soldiers serving overseas. Volunteers set up shop at the University Mall Saturday in Burlington to gather signatures for the 'Holiday Mail for Heroes' drive.
A pair of World War II era Red Cross volunteers were honored Sunday for their service overseas.