White collar, blue collar, or no collar at all, people from all walks of life met at Battery Park to celebrate past victories and show support for organized labor.
A transition team has been announced to lead Burlington College as it searches for a new president.
The unofficial end of summer is Monday and nothing says fall more than corn.
Vermont State Police are investigating several thefts from unlocked motor vehicles in the Jeffersonville area.
Scott Milne and Governor Peter Shumlin waved, shook hands and paused for pictures as they try and grow on their primary victories.
It's official, bear hunting season begins on Monday.
Two VEC workers were shocked while working on a snowmaking system at Smugglers' Notch Resort.
The Windham County Sheriff's Office says several animals were seized from Santa's Land on Sunday.
Vermont State Police are investigating mailboxes that were vandalized on Sotuh Pine Banks Road and Cox Road in Putney, Vt.
Rutland City Police say a pursuit ensued after they tried to stop a vehicle that left a known drug location on Woodstock Avenue in Rutland.
Kraft Food Groups is voluntarily recalling more than 7,000 cases of Kraft American Singles.
Vermont State Police are investigating an armed robbery at the Cumberland Farms on North Main Street in Wallingford.
Just in time for Labor Day, a new survey shows that most full-time American employees are probably logging more time on the job than a typical 40 hour workweek.
Four people are being treated for injuries after two SUV's collide with each other head on.
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Fairpoint Communications workers in Northern New England say when it comes to labor negotiations, The telecommunications company isn't playing fair.
A 7-year-old girl is in critical condition as of Sunday night at Fletcher Allen Health Care after a car crash in Hyde Park.
Photojournalist Ben Locke got a taste of the fair's last day.
The early season stretches from Labor Day until November 14th.
Lake Champlain International held it's 15th Annual Bass Open Sunday afternoon on Mallets Bay.
Life is too electronic, and some people want an escape. The solution: Vermont State Parks.
More than 90 participants ran in the 2nd Annual Bolton Valley 5K to benefit Vermont adaptive ski and sports Saturday.
Green Mountain Earthfirst!, opponents of the fracked gas pipeline served what they called a "people's eminent domain notice" to the Vermont Gas Systems CEO.
Vermont State Police arrested Matthew Pion, 24, of Lowell for trying to break into a home, and stealing a school bus.
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Police say a man is dead after his tractor rolled over.
A man has been arrested for stealing a truck and leaving it running in the Waterbury reservoir.
The primary election votes aren't even done being tallied, but the first poll results have been released for Vermont's gubernatorial race.
Several acts of vandalism have community members in St. Johnsbury cleaning up the mess.
"I Resign." That's what Burlington College President Christine Plunkett told students and faculty Friday during a protest.
Former FBI Director Louis Freeh issued a statement on Friday.
When you mention urinary problems in a pet, you probably don't think of dialysis. In some cases, animals become so ill, they need the procedure to save their kidneys.
According to the Vermont Department of Health, six batches of mosquitoes from Rockingham, Brattleboro, Putney, and Newbury test positive for West Nile Virus.
Vermont Governor Peter Shumlin named his campaign manager as Scott Coriell on Friday.
Police responded to a crash on Route 36 near the intersection of Rugg Road on Friday.
Police responded to a report of an armed robbery from a person at a park located in the Pinewood Development on Valleyview Drive in Essex Friday.
Vermont State Police responded to a report of a possible drug transaction in Hartford, Vt. on Wednesday.
St. Albans Police say they recovered a .380 semiautomatic hand gun that was stolen during a robbery at Lake Street Auto on August 11.
With the job market arguably getting stronger, many companies are trying to retain the best talent, which may mean there may be some extra money out there for some employees.
There's something for everyone at the Champlain Valley Fair and admission is free for anyone with a Military ID.
The city is trying to come up with a new way to protect patients going in and out of reproductive health centers.
According to a UVM study, 23% of Vermont employees work for the tourism industry.
Inside the Vermont Brewers Festival, Brittney Hibbs takes a look at how Vermont has become home to some of the best beers in the world.
Human trials of an experimental Ebola vaccine will begin next week at the National Institutes of Health.
Vermont State Police responded to a call of an inmate death at the Southern State Correctional Facility.
$46 million is coming to Lake Champlain as clean-up continues.
Police say after responding to a fire at near a garage on Saturday they found a marijuana growing operation.
A man accused of killing his girlfriend's 2-year-old son pleaded not guilty to 2nd degree murder on Thursday.
Joan Rivers was rushed to a New York City hospital after she stopped breathing during surgery.
Rutland City Police are advising residents to keep pets indoors, especially at night.