The bridge under construction over the Lamoille River on I-89 is just one that might be in jeopardy because of dwindling federal transportation dollars.
With clear skies overhead, there will be a nice view of the almost full moon Thursday night.
IBM's union group says they're expecting IBM to sell its plant in Essex soon.
Hepatitis C infects hundreds of people in the state, while leaving few options for patients to be cured.
Vermont's progressive candidate for lieutenant governor Dean Corren is calling foul over big money in politics.
It's an annual tradition with more than 30 years in the making.
Vermont State Police released dash cam footage of a car chase in May.
The Republican candidate for Vermont governor now has a campaign manager.
A 6-year-old boy through the Make-A-Wish program will be a logger in Island Pond next week.
The Burlington Police Department is investigating an arson at Champlain College.
Harley-Davidson is recalling about 66,500 2014 Touring and CVO Touring motorcycles.
According to the Chittenden County State's Attorney's Office, charges will not be brought against the Vermont Department for Children and Families worker in Peighton Geraw's death.
Warm swimming pool water is helping people with arthritis.
Movoto Real Estate Blog ranked states based on their safety.
You might have noticed your grocery bill seems to have grown a bit more expensive recently. Well experts say the culprit may be one meal, breakfast.
When Executive Director of Lake Champlain International James Ehlers heard about three sewage overflows in the Burlington area on July 3rd, he worried that was the cause of the E. coli spike that shut down part of north beach.
After two years of being told to stay away, protestors are once again up close to the entrance of the Planned Parenthood health center on Saint Paul St.
Price Chopper is recalling some of its apple pies due to the possibility of blue plastic wrap getting into the pie.
A Waterbury man was arrested on Tuesday for embezzlement.
Summertime means seasonal fruit beers are on the minds of avid beer fans.
The Champlain Valley Open is being held this weekend in Burlington.
The American Cancer Society honored six Vermonters with the New England Volunteer Award.
Legislation is being introduced in response to the U.S. Supreme Court's Hobby Lobby decision last month.
Police arrested a man for of exposing himself to a minor at various locations in Chittenden County.
Gas prices for the year may have finally peaked.
The South Burlington Police Department recovered a stolen vehicle from the parking lot of the Sheraton Motel on Monday.
The Vermont Health Department says Windham County is experiencing a rise in whooping cough (pertussis) cases.
Vermont State Police say a woman hid drugs in her pants prior to a traffic stop on I-91 Tuesday night.
Many of us use coffee to kick-start our day, but could a cup of joe actually be more than just an eye opener and help us lose weight too?
Part of Burlington’s North Beach that was closed Tuesday has reopened.
Many people are without power Wednesday morning after a line of severe storms passed through the area on Tuesday evening.
There was a big emergency response in Essex Junction, Vermont Tuesday but it was all a drill.
Efficiency Vermont is giving advice on how to cut back on energy use during peak days in the summer.
Getting fresh fruits and veggies into the hands of those who can't afford them will soon be much easier and cost effective.
A new website gives South Burlington residents and visitors a chance to look at the City Center Commons Project.
According to the Burlington Parks and Recreation Department, the south end of North Beach is closed so officials can retest the water.
After getting off to a strong start in May, job gains among teens stumbled in June.
Water service will be temporarily shutoff for some residents in Middlebury on Wednesday.
An annual report by Corelogic calculated the foreclosure rate for each state across the United States and the District of Columbia.
Every summer, consumers hear the refrain, if you want to save on your energy bill, turn up the thermostat. But there are other ways to trim costs. Here are some alternative tips to save energy and money.
"We are one of the ten smallest colleges in the country,” said Burlington College President Christine Plunkett. “We have no established endowment, and we have a very small donor base because we're only 40 years old." Plunkett isn't worried about her school going on probation.
The Vermont Agency of Transportation has an aggressive schedule to complete work on roads and bridges.
Weeks after South Burlington Police say it caught 7 men trying to pay for sex, the Chittenden County State's Attorney announced he will not prosecute.
Over the holiday weekend, Vermont State Police took part in a national enforcement campaign called Operation Combined Accident Reduction Effort or Operation CARE.
Crews responded to a hazardous materials incident at Delehanty Hall on the Trinity Campus at UVM on Monday.
According to Vermont State Police, in a preliminary autopsy report, the Vermont Medical Examiner ruled the death of Isaac Hunt, 35, of Derby, Vt., a homicide.
It includes a private firm in D.C. that will be paid $1.465 million for its services.
Vermont officials over tips on protecting yourself from tick bites during the summer.
Rutland awarded a community development grant to help kick off an effort to revitalize the Northwest neighborhood in the city.
It appears in some states, beer consumption is about as American as apple pie.