Here's a look at drafts from each city department as officials prepare the FY16 budget.
A former cab driver has been charged with sexually assaulting his passenger, and the accusations are spurring the Mayor to redouble his efforts toward taxi reform.
With gas prices on the rise and construction zones throughout Vermont, drivers are facing obstacles as they prepare to travel for Memorial Day weekend.
When you open your wallet to donate to charity, the last thing you should worry about is if your money is actually going to help others.
Burlington Attorney Eric Miller will be Vermont's next U.S. Attorney.
Burlington Police arrested a man they say was selling drugs.
The City of Burlington says curbside recycling will not be picked up on Memorial Day.
The Social Security Administration (SSA) released the top baby names of 2014 by state.
The Boy Scouts of America announced Thursday they will let local scout troops decide whether to accept gay adult leaders.
A report by Good Scout looked into why consumers donate or do not donate money at the register.
A Vermont man is accused of giving narcotics and alcohol to a minor.
The Winooski Police Department is investigating a robbery at the Champlain Farms located on East Allen Street.
Get ready do do a little extra homework if you're planning to book a flight this summer.
After being closed for six years, the floating icon in Brookfield is finally opening again for the summer.
An Uber driver is denying that he sexually assaulted a woman in Burlington in February.
We run down the top stories of the day.
The "People's Housing Summit" brought together neighborhoods and communities wanting a different perspective on how to fix Burlington's housing crisis.
Potter will open for two upcoming concerts.
The bridge will open Friday morning.
Knowing CPR could make all the difference when it comes to saving a life.
Benjo Haller didn't seem like a typical drowning victim. He was a certified rescue diver, scuba instructor and sailing instructor.
Gov. Peter Shumlin (D-Vermont) has endorsed former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton for President in 2016.
Newly released documents tell us a lot more about Osama Bin Laden, including his obsessions, passions, fears and relationships.
Springfield Police are looking for a woman they say is scamming people out of money.
The recent bird flu outbreak means the price of eggs is going up.
Democratic Presidential Candidate Bernie Sanders will kick off his presidential campaign on the Waterfront on Tuesday, May 26.
A new study suggests men are not protecting their skin from the sun and skin cancer as well as women do.
South Burlington Police say they found drugs during a traffic stop in an area off Kennedy Drive.
The Department for Children and Families (DCF) says 3SquaresVT, a federally funded program, improved their payment error rate.
The 27th annual People's United Bank Vermont City Marathon is Sunday May 24, more information both runners and spectators need to know.
It's been seven months since the side share service Uber began operations in Burlington. Cab owners say the city could do more to enforce it's own rules.
Waterbury's Selectboard denies a suggestion for no smoking around apartments.
Vermont will be moving 318 prisoners from Kentucky and Arizona to Michigan.
Leading Vermont health organizations conducted a $30,000 audit of 767 tobacco retail stores in Vermont.
This fall, Burlington High School senior Lule Aden will become the first person in her family to go to college.
About 10 people working at Allscripts in South Burlington are losing their jobs.
The Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department is conducting their angler survey for the open water season.
People in Concord will have one final chance to decide if the high school should close.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released the most distinctive causes of death for each state.
Air Bag Manufacturer Takata is recalling nearly 34 million vehicles over air bag issues.
The City of Winooski has a new police chief.
A nationwide alert system to apprehend those who have injured, killed, or threatened law enforcement is closer to becoming reality.
Police are currently investigating an armed bank robbery in South Burlington.
Senator Patrick Leahy (D-Vt.) is arranging shipment of 25 surplus Senate computers to five Vermont Schools.
All 50 states joined the U.S. Federal Trade Commission in a complaint charging four cancer charities and their operators with defrauding more than $187 million from consumers.
The Microsoft Windows version of Solitaire turns 25 next month.
A former Colchester police detective has admitted to stealing guns and drugs from an evidence locker.
Vermont State Police say they arrested a woman twice in one day for possessing heroin.
Preschoolers are quickly making their way onto the list of Americans who lack active lifestyles.
The Birds of Vermont Museum is home to hundreds of birds, both real and made from wood.