An arrest has been made in the death of 2-year-old Aiden Haskins.
He's a husband, a former cop, and someone cherished by the communities he's touched. On Thursday, he celebrated his retirement.
17 schools from Burlington to Winooski to Rutland have signed up for the Community Eligibility Program.
A local woman visited Canada to investigate the risks of tar sands.
Barre City was awarded grants totaling over $1 million.
Governor Shumlin is asking for cuts not tax raises to fix wrong prediction.
According to the South Burlington Fire Department, a plane made an emergency landing at Burlington International Thursday afternoon.
While most children look forward to summer camp to create once in a life-time memories others just want to feel like kids.
Vermont State Police made multiple drug arrests in Rutland on Monday and Tuesday.
Vermont Governor Peter Shumlin and Administration Secretary Jeb Spaulding announced a spending reduction for the current fiscal year.
The Vermont Air National Guard thought it would take 4 to 6 weeks to fix the F-16 fighter jets after severe storms collapsed the hangers on July 8 and damaged the planes inside.
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved a heart valve procedure tested at Fletcher Allen and UVM.
We're all guilty of it at one time or another - hopping on Facebook, texting with a friend, or playing a quick game while at work. It might seem like this is zapping your productivity, a new study indicates that might not be true.
The rain wasn't the only thing falling down Wednesday. Branches and trees fell on roads and power lines throughout Vermont.
Hunger Free Vermont has expanded its summer food program but a number of obstacles prevent many kids from taking part.
Surrounded by leaders from the Republican party, present and past, Milne said he won't run the typical campaign.
The Legislative Panel on Child Protection was back at it for an all-day hearing at the Statehouse Wednesday.
Fire crews battled a fire in Derby Wednesday afternoon after storms rolled through.
Vermont is moving forward as an international destination.
Police identify the Shelburne toddler who died on Tuesday.
Vermont State Police are investigating a motor vehicle larceny.
Researchers say exercise can literally change how you see the world.
Police are investigating an unresponsive 2-week-old at a residence in Burlington early Tuesday morning.
The FAA has continued the order prohibiting U.S. flights to Tel Aviv.
The Vermont Department of Motor Vehicles stopped a man for going 102 MPH on I-89 in Richmond Tuesday morning.
Vermont State Police make arrests in golf cart thefts at Blush Hill Country Club back in April.
Two federal appeals courts rule on a key component of the Affordable Care Act on the same day, with very different outcomes.
Vermont Electric Cooperative issued a "peak alert" for Wednesday, as energy usage is expected to soar during the afternoon.
Automaker Chrysler has recalled more than 700,000 Jeeps for an ignition switch problem.
Soon, every Burlington police officer will be wearing a body camera.
The 11/12 year old Williston All-Stars defeated Bennington 27-0 to win the Vermont Little League State Championship.
Barrie Silver met her husband Gary Coffey on a trip to Israel in 1989.
The board wonders whether the city could have found a different means of financing so taxpayers would get more of their money back.
Aside from the animals, New Village Farm is pretty quiet. but Tuesday Winooski's summer teen employment program put their harvest crew to work.
A fire that damaged a home on Wagoner Road in Alburgh Monday night is not suspicious.
Police say a man who they were looking for in last week's shooting in St. Johnsbury has turned himself in.
The Catamounts will face six teams that advanced to a postseason tournament last year and 10 of the 13 squads posted at least 18 wins, including seven that recorded 20-win seasons in 2013-14.
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The Burlington Town Center has eliminated two hour free parking.
The Williston Police Department says a South Road resident was bitten by a rabid woodchuck over the weekend.
The Vermont Attorney General's Office is suing Dollar Tree, a national discount store, for violating a settlement to prevent the sale of products containing toxins.
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) prohibits U.S. flights from Tel Aviv Airport for 24 hours.
The Casey Foundation released the KIDS COUNT Data Book, a report assessing child well-being across the United States.
Burglary arrests lead to a marijuana bust in Bradford on Monday.
Lucy Mackenzie Humane Society is offering scholarships for children to attend their Kid's Animal Camp.
WalletHub ranked 600 of the largest cities across the country to see how weather affects their wallets.
The New York State Division of Military & Naval Affairs says they will be conducting an air defense drill over Northeast New York, Vermont, western Connecticut, and Massachusetts on Tuesday.
According to the Chittenden County Special Investigation Unit, a toddler found unresponsive at a Shelburne home has died.
Some city officials in Burlington say a current ordinance actually gives tenants an unfair advantage.
It seems the time is right for South Burlington to grow.