Vermont's Association of Snow Travelers, or VAST, usually open its trails starting December 16th each year.
T-Mobile, 49 states and the District of Columbia reached a $90 million settlement to resolve charges that T-Mobile engaged in cramming.
Staples released additional information regarding a data breach that affected stores late this summer.
Ben & Jerry's announced a new flavor.
Vermont Gas announces the cost of Phase One of the project estimate has increased from an original $86 million to $154 million.
Vermont's U.S. Attorney Tristram Coffin resigned Friday.
Vermont State Police seize 55 marijuana plants during a bust at a residence on US Route 4 in Bridgewater.
Entergy released their post-shutdown decommissioning activities report to the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Committee.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) expanded their damage assessment to 12 Vermont counties for last week's winter storm.
The hackers behind a devastating cyberattack at Sony Pictures have sent a new message to executives at the company, crediting them for a "very wise" decision to cancel the Christmas day release of "The Interview."
Three people were sentenced for distributing heroin and crack cocaine in the Rutland, Vt. area.
Vermont Gas announced a $33 million price increase for Phase One of the Addison Natural Gas pipeline.
Governor Peter Shumlin says the time is not right for Vermont and he's not sure if it will happen while he's governor.
One, walked in the store and paid off 1 order for $94. Another paid for the 19 others over the phone. That totaled $4,150.
Joshua Blow's murder case will not be dismissed.
The Chittenden Emergency Food Shelf picked up a large donation of food on Thursday.
Mortgage rates have hit a new low for 2014.
South Carolina Gary Robertson, 60, won Vermont's lifetime hunting and fishing license lottery.
A report by outside group Casey Family Programs details immediate actions Vermont's Department for Children and Families needs to do to improve the Family Services Division.
Fire officials are investigating a fire that happened at a Main Street apartment building early Thursday morning.
Vermont State Police are investigating a robbery at Mac's Convenient Store on Route 103 in East Wallingford.
U.S. investigators have determined hackers working for North Korea were behind the cyber-attack and an announcement could come as soon as Thursday.
Chef Courtney Contos helps us save time and money by cooking simple yet satisfying dishes for the next holiday party.
The U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) launched a border wait time app for both Apple and Android devices.
One week after a catastrophic Nor'easter wreaked havoc on power lines and poles all over Vermont, federal officials from FEMA are in town to survey the damage.
A U.S. man is back home Wednesday night after being held in a Cuban prison for half a decade.
SONY Pictures cancels the Christmas Day release of The Interview, the Seth Rogen-James Franco film.
Vermont Governor Peter Shumlin announced that he is delaying moving forward with single payer.
The White House announced Wednesday that Cuba and the United States are rebuilding their relationship.
The Winooski Police Department is investigating a strong arm robbery at Chuck's Mobil Mart early Tuesday morning.
Thousands of people gathered at saint peter's square in the Vatican Wednesday to wish Pope Francis a happy birthday.
A team from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) will be in Vermont Wednesday to assess the damage from last week’s snow storm.
A judge has sentenced Allen Prue, a Vermont man convicted of killing a St. Johnsbury Academy teacher, to life in prison.
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“We can't predict which way markets are going more than anyone else can,” said Energy Co-Op of Vermont General Manager John Quinney.
Vermont Health Connect has extended its deadline to sign up for coverage that starts Jan. 1, according to its website.
Two former Milton football players involved in a hazing scandal pleaded guilty Tuesday to simple assault. The plea deal comes months after those two players and three more pleaded not guilty to similar charges for attacking a teammate with a pool cue.
A charity organization that gives children gifts for Christmas may not come through this season.
A 20-year-old war veteran got a homecoming welcome he never expected on Tuesday.
A proposed toddler park in the works for a year and a half has sparked controversy in Vergennes.
A consulting firm hired by the state says Vermont's Statehouse isn't up to par with security measures at other capitol buildings, such as the Pavilion and Vermont Supreme Court.
A charity organization that gives children gifts for Christmas, may not be able to this year.
Patricia Prue wants to change her plea.
The Middlebury Public Works Department will be clearing snow Tuesday and Wednesday nights.
A new study reveals that America's teens may not be as rebellious as you might think.
The Chittenden County State's Attorney's Office says they dismissed four criminal charges because of missing evidence from the Colchester Police Department.
The Vermont State Parks announced First Day Hikes.
Railroad construction by New England Central Railroad will close Mallets Bay Avenue in both directions on Wednesday.
Route 7 is back open after being closed for nearly eight hours Tuesday.
The Vermont Public Service Department announced a December 18 meeting of the Nuclear Decommissioning Citizens Advisory Panel.