The night before his official installment, the Burlington community opens it's doors to Bishop Christopher Coyne.
Principal Patrick Burke wants to offer an education to any student who wants to attend South Burlington High School, but he says a fairly new law is making it difficult to do so.
As the debate over legalizing marijuana in Vermont swirls, pediatricians have a steady response.
The Vermont Fish and Wildlife Board voted on proposed deer hunting changes on Wednesday, January 21.
Town officials in Charlotte were surprised to learn about the TB case from local media and not the health department.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) revised the U.S. Standards for Grades of Maple Syrup.
Vermont Governor Peter Shumlin testified before Congress on Wednesday.
The White House has dropped its proposal to end the popular 529 college savings plan.
Puppets in Education provides life lessons for children through a more approachable avenue and an upcoming benefit is their biggest fundraiser.
Like utility companies and transportation agencies, homeless shelters and emergency personnel prepare to respond to those in need during winter weather.
A New England Blizzard extended all the way to Northern Vermont, and while it wasn't the heaviest impact, it still slowed down travelers.
In its second annual report to the Legislature, the Vermont National Guard said it had three reports of sexual assaults last year.
A group of women are passing on both the physical and mental skills for protection in a dangerous situation.
Gun advocates in bright hunter orange gathered at the Statehouse Tuesday afternoon to express opposition to a new gun bill.
The Vermont Department of Motor Vehicles announced they are going to start a public information campaign on registration plate visibility issues.
A woman was sentenced for embezzling $70,000 from White Market in Lyndonville, Vt. between 2010 and 2012.
Vermont Governor Peter Shumlin says he won't smoke marijuana if it becomes legal in Vermont, though he dabbled in the drug in his twenties.
The Vermont House of Representatives gave preliminary approval to ban microbeads in personal care products.
Bipartisan legislation was reintroduced in U.S. Congress to create rules on the use electronic location data.
The Vermont Attorney General announces another hearing on the labeling of food produced with genetic engineering.
The Burlington Police Department is investigating a purse snatching and larceny at the Marketplace Parking Garage Monday night.
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Utility companies and transportation agencies across the region are preparing ahead of this most recent snow storm.
Monday night the Burlington City Council discusses a proposal to loosen permitting requirements for farming structures within city limits.
People trying to fly to Boston, New York, Philadelphia and Newark had to find alternatives.
The Vermont Public Service Department announced a meeting to update the status of Vermont Yankee.
State leaders are continuing to push for new water quality initiatives, most of which focus on farmers.
The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) says due to the potential harm it can cause children and teens, marijuana should not be legalized.
The U.S. Housing and Urban Development (HUD) awarded $3.7 million in grants to help 26 local homeless housing and service programs in Vermont.
The Vermont Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) in St. Albans is moving to a new location.
The St. Albans Police Department is investigating an assault and robbery Friday night.
A winter storm is expected to affect the region Monday night until Wednesday morning. Here's some resources to help you get through the storm.
It isn't actually the cold weather that causes the common cold, it's what we do when it gets cold out.
The day before a big storm VTrans prepares the big orange plows so they're at their best when the snow hits.
VSP released the names of the driver and passenger killed in that crash involving three vehicles Friday night.
Have you ever wondered what the Queen City was like back in the nineteenth century?
Girl power all the way at Rikert Nordic Center in Ripton on Sunday.
Solar energy advocates took the chance on today's focus on heat to inform people how they want you to heat your home.
Hundreds of skiers across the Green Mountain State helped raise money to keep Vermonters warm this winter.
A significant winter storm is taking aim at the northeast, this storm will have many impacts.
The cold weather isn't hampering Girl Scout Cookie Sales.
A fatal ATV crash in Addison County.
Most of us understand the importance of learning how to do CPR on a person, but your pets can choke too!
This Biathlon includes snowshoes and rifles.
Mayor Miro Weinberger is returned home Saturday after a few days in Washington D.C..
The theme of this year's ice carving competition in Stowe is called "No Limits."
A Vermont State Representative is introducing a bill to make public records more accessible.
Dozens of people packed under one roof to hear about finances concerning the town and school.
Saturday, marks the 100th Day they've spent on the picket lines.