After more than two decades serving the Queen City, Burlington's Police Chief said goodbye to his second family Tuesday.
Vermont now has a new U.S. attorney. Eric Miller was sworn in at the federal building in Burlington.
City Market announced they are opening another store in Burlington's South End.
Vermont Department for Children and Families (DCF) Commissioner released the 2014 Child Protection Report.
Police arrested two men accused of stealing a boat docked near Sunset Acres in Derby.
Burlington Police Michael Schirling is retiring from the department Tuesday.
Railroad construction on Park Street in Essex Junction began Tuesday.
A look at fireworks laws across the country.
The State Department is set to release the next set of Hillary Clinton's emails Tuesday.
Vermont State Police say a woman shot her firearms instructor twice in Westford, VT.
They were among the many agencies involved in the search for Richard Matt and David Sweat. Some of Vermont's SWAT team aided the manhunt.
Your smile could help benefit the Vermont Foodbank and the Montpelier Food Pantry.
Senator Patrick Leahy (D-Vt.) is back in his home state after heading a bi-partisan U.S. Senate delegation to Cuba.
Vermont State Police are investigating a shooting incident in Westford
The United States Supreme Court announced they will review a court's decision regarding VHCURES, Vermont's all-payer health care database.
Representative Peter Welch (D-Vt.) is traveling with a bicameral Congressional delegation in the Middle East.
In a 5-4 decision, the Supreme Court ruled against some air pollution rules imposed by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).
Vermont State Police Dawson Perley, 15, of Enosburgh, a teen involved in an ATV crash on Friday died Sunday.
According to the U.S. Department of Justice, Eric Miller will be sworn in as U.S. Attorney on Tuesday.
The Community Sailing Center has a summer program for everyone to get out on the lake.
Vermont Governor Peter Shumlin sent out a statement Sunday evening following the capture of New York inmate David Sweat.
New York State Police said escaped inmate David Sweat has been shot and captured just two miles south of the Canadian border.
Vermont State Police Tactical Team returned to Vermont Saturday night.
Nurses have reached a tentative agreement to settle their contracts with UVM Medical Center.
A fixture for families in downtown Williston will soon be closing it's doors.
Vermont State Police say they found drugs during a traffic stop on I-89 in Middlesex on Thursday.
Your technology can literally be a pain in your neck.
Vermont State Police arrested a woman they say let two small children (ages 6 and 7) stand out of the sunroof while driving.
By a 5 to 4 vote, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that same-sex couples nationwide have the right to marry in all 50 U.S. states.
The Vermont Quilt Festival kicks off June 26.
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Many people are helping a local family realize a dream, and it's all thanks to an anonymous donor and Green Mountain Habitat for Humanity.
The next step in rehabbing Burlington's Waterfront Bike Path is underway. City leaders met to discuss a renewed recreation path in the Queen City. Ground broke last year on phase one of the rehab and now plans are moving forward.
Next week, the Green Mountain State will be a step closer to rebooting its recycling services.
Vermont State Police arrested two people accused of having heroin on Route 7 in Pownal on Wednesday.
Check your pantry and fridge, as your ranch dressing may actually be something else.
Vermont State Police cited a woman they say embezzled approximately $9,000 from the Dunkin Donuts in St. Johnsbury.
The Windsor Police Department arrested a man they say had a sexual relationship with a 14-year-old girl.
The Vermont Agency of Natural Resources added nine species to the list of state threatened and endangered species.
The United States Supreme Court ruled to uphold Obamacare subsidies on Thursday.
The 740 mile long water trail is home to a few upcoming summer events!
A Vermont program priding itself on educational opportunities for all high school students was almost cut this past legislative session.
Tuesday, a federal grant was awarded to a new AmeriCorps program aimed at the effort.
A transportation bill making it's way through the Senate would give Vermont more than $1.3 billion for road work.
State emergency leaders hope Vermont can get federal money after flash floods caused damage earlier this month.
Bomb squad and tactical teams participate in Raven's Challenge emergency response training.
The White House will allow the government to negotiate with terror groups holding American hostages.
The average American every year trashes $640 worth of food.
Burlington Police arrested two people they say burglarized the Campus Kitchen early Wednesday morning.
What's on Tap? Profanity at The Shed Brewery