The Sheldon woman is due in court Monday.
The Vermont House passed the FY 2016 budget over to the Senate Friday evening. It was a voice vote, but they voted 96 to 46 on the bill in a roll call Thursday.
With the spring thaw and the potential for flooding, your tanks could create safety hazards if not up to code.
Combining modern technology with the past may have been a confusing concept a few decades ago, but for today's students, technology in the classroom is nothing new.
Police are investigating a robbery at the Vermont Federal Credit Union at United Technologies Corporation on Panton Road in Vergennes.
The Vermont Fish and Wildlife is recommending residents to remove bird feeders.
South Burlington Police arrested a man they say had stolen license plates on a stolen car.
The community got together to sleep out for a cause, in the rain and mud. It was all in an effort to fight homelessness.
Vermont State Police say K9 Buck received a first aid kit donation.
Ben Affleck took time off from testifying about the Democratic Republic of Congo before a Senate Subcommittee Thursday to acknowledge one of his fellow actors.
North Underhill Station Rd has reopened following a road cave-in.
A farm in Northfield welcomes the public to do more than simply eat their products.
Lawmakers approved big budget and tax legislation Thursday.
From car dealerships to a dry cleaner, shattered glass greeted workers at a half-dozen businesses along Shelburne Road Thursday morning.
Vermont State Police responded to a motor vehicle crash on Sandgate Road in Rupert Wednesday.
Vermont officials are calling for the creation of child saving of child savings accounts to help save for higher education.
One of the men accused of killing 78-year-old Pat O'Hagan changed his plea Thursday.
Vermont Governor Peter Shumlin's Chief of Staff Liz Miller is stepping down at the end of the legislative session.
The South Burlington Police Department is investigating several incidents of vandalism on Shelburne Road during the overnight hours.
How much job security do you have? This morning we're taking a closer look at some of the occupations with the lowest unemployment rates.
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Woodstock Police Officer Mark McComas is back in court after violating conditions of his release.
Burlington High School Senior Edil Hassan is a 2015 winner of the Scholastic National Writing Gold Medal.
Hundreds of Vermont students will be at Norwich University on March 28 to explain their science and math projects.
Taking a different approach, the Champlain Housing Trust is trying to tackle homelessness and save the State some money for their services.
An inevitable part of the weather cycle, ice jam and flooding season is upon us in Vermont.
Allen Israel, who knew Durst in '70's, says he is not surprised that Durst is a person of interest in a 1971 cold case.
Burlington Police responded to a robbery at People's United Bank Wednesday.
"It has to do with who should possess a firearm. It's that simple," said Sen. Dick Sears (D-Bennington) as he stood to report the bill to the Senate.
The Vermont Attorney General's Office is filing a lawsuit against Dean Corren for campaign finance violations.
An attorney for Bowe Bergdahl says the army sergeant will be charged with desertion and misbehavior before the enemy.
The Rutland City Police Department has started their Park, Walk, and Talk initiative.
Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the University of Wisconsin Population Health Institute released their 2015 county health rankings report.
The Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department is proposing to new rules for its public shooting ranges.
WalletHub released a report ranking states on their dependency on the federal government.
Federal workers haven't been especially prompt at paying their taxes.
Sgt. Mike Warren talks with Brittney about the CUSI department
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A Vermont sock company is getting ready to grow its business.
A working group made up of business leaders gave their recommendations on how to boost Vermont's economy Tuesday.
Next month,the process of bulldozing nearly one hundred eyesore homes will finally begin.
Police Chief Alan Buck counts on his radio and computer to tell him where emergencies are. State Police dispatchers at the "Public Safety Answering Point," or PSAP, in Williston are sending the info.
Police say Robert Durst owned health food store in town during the time that Middleburry student Lynne Schulze went missing.
Brittney, Mike and Josh show pictures of their beloved four legged friends.
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Vermont Advances to CBI Final Four, Beats Radford 78-71
Burlington's current city council members convened Monday night for their last meeting.
In the final hour of budget talks in the House Appropriations committee, a plan to possibly keep two of Vermont's four dispatcher call centers open emerged.
Vermont's congressman says corn-based ethanol can seriously damage engines.
James Scarola, 42, was in court Monday morning, for a plea change and sentencing.