When it comes to cancer, survivors often honor their caregivers at events like Relay for Life.
Fresh Tracks Capital is looking for fresh ideas. As a company that has invested in Vermont teddy bear, they're always trying new ways to get a piece of the next big thing.
In the last four weeks, the number of people being served at the Salvation Army of Greater Burlington has more than doubled each night.
If the price is right, you could own of piece of New England history in Southern Vermont.
An official says that the cost Phase 2 has jumped by about $10 million but will mainly be paid for by International Paper.
Governor Peter Shumlin asked for a damage assessment for areas affected by Monday's flooding.
Attorney General Bill Sorrell says that there aren't laws on the books to charge caregivers if they can't determine who committed the abuse.
The U.S. Senate has passed a highway bill that will keep construction going for now.
Vermont PBS wrote a $15,000 check to the Corporation for Public Broadcasting Friday, according to interim President & CEO Charlie Smith.
With computers controlling more and more of the cars we drive, hackers are apparently on the prowl.
The Stowe EMS/Stowe Rescue Squad, Inc., is seeking volunteers.
A disease with no known cure will soon reach the United States for the first time.
Vermont State Police arrested two people who they say were selling narcotics in the South Royalton area.
A 1.7 magnitude earthquake was registered at 2:18 a.m. Friday near Strafford, Vermont.
The Burlington Town Center announced they are offering free Wi-Fi to shoppers throughout the entire mall.
A federal judge has ruled the government can read your email, even if it's stored on a computer outside the U.S.
On sidewalks, in parks, and in public restrooms, people in Burlington are finding used needles on the ground.
It is the largest municipality in Vermont that doesn't have a downtown grocery, but that will soon change.
Frustration is growing as those in the taxi industry wait for a report from the city attorney about how the service could evolve in Burlington.
The investigation continues in the death of a construction worker along I-89 in South Burlington.
City Code Enforcement has compiled a list of which properties police respond to most for news complaints.
South Burlington grad and 2013 Vermont Gatorade Football Player of the Year Tanner Contois tore his ACL in the state championship game last year but he's back in time to attempt a comeback in Saturday's Shrine Maple Sugar Bowl.
The University of Vermont men's basketball team will get a jump on the 2014-15 season with a five-day trip to Canada, August 9-13. The Catamounts will play five games in five days and visit Montreal, Quebec City and Ottawa.
Franklin County Field Days is underway in Highgate from Thursday-Sunday.
A growing number of Americans are paying for college out of their own pockets.
A man pleaded guilty on Thursday to distributing heroin in Vermont.
A report by Urban Institute looked at debt in America.
A festival in Barre this weekend is dubbed as the best one in years. But what makes it special this year is that it honors a man who played a big role in the festivals creation.
Federal law enforcement personnel will be trained to carry and use a drug that's been approved to reduce the side effects of heroin or opioid overdose.
A four week old baby found unconscious last week in a Burlington residence died Wednesday at Fletcher Allen.
The deadly Ebola virus may only be a plane ride away, however U.S. health officials say the risk to individuals here is low.
St. Albans Police say the man who they rescued from a fire early Wednesday morning has died.
Vermont State Police are investigating numerous signs being stolen in the Pownal area.
A Vermont man was arrested after a police chase on I-91 in Deerfield Wednesday night.
In just a few weeks, thousands of college kids will be packing their bags and heading off to their dorms.
A construction worker removing fog lines on Interstate 89 was killed Wednesday after being hit by a car.
The Vermont Department of Health is thrilled the U.S. Surgeon General has issued a public health alert about skin cancer.
On Wednesday, Fraser and the City Council set rates for the Montpelier District Heating System. The new heating season begins in October.
Two days after severe weather, the Chester area is crunching numbers. Leaders say they're in need of financial aid for repairs.
Tensions are rising after protestors were at a Vermont Gas construction site in Williston on Wednesday.
Organic peaches sold from June 10-13 by Price Chopper and other retailers are being recalled by manufacturer Wawona Packing Company.
Top consumer complaints of 2013.
Williston Police are investigating vehicle break-ins in the parking lot of the EdgeSports and Fitness Center in Williston between 8:30 a.m. and 9 a.m. on Wednesday.
U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) announced on Wednesday that Vermont will be receiving funds for health care providers.
Hyundai has two separate recalls involving Sonatas.
If you've ever said you could make the airport security lines shorter, you're in luck!
A bill to expand contraception for military women and dependents was introduced in the U.S. Senate.
Officials responded to an apartment fire on South Main Street in St. Albans at around 1:15 a.m.
Congress appears to be at a fork in the road when it comes to funding for highway and bridge repairs.
In cities and towns across the state, you see public safety organizations, but what are the perks of combining the resources from neighboring towns?