For more than 40 years local non-profits in Addison County have relied on United Way for funding.
Crews from Vermont and New York returned from digging out Massachusetts on Monday, about 10 days after being deployed to the hard-hit state.
Fire officials are asking all Brandon Fire District Number 1 water users to run water, the size of a pencil lead, from a faucet.
Danville School Principal Edwin Webbley, 60, of Danville, is accused of embezzling money from the school.
A report from Vermont State Auditor Doug Hoffer found that Dr. Jonathan Gruber may have overbilled the state of Vermont.
A new poll suggests that parents should be required to vaccinate their kids.
Vermont State Police in Derby are warning residents of an identity theft scam.
The Vermont Fish & Wildlife is expanding the Atherton Meadows Wildlife Management Area.
Al-Shabaab released a video calling for attacks on malls in Canada, the United Kingdom, and United States.
In Fairfield, the maple tree tapping begins in Januray. Alaina Pinto went to the sugarbush today to see how what to expect from the season.
Vermont State Police say a man dragged a woman while she was hanging onto the steering wheel and the side of vehicle Saturday afternoon.
Vermont State Police arrested a woman they say had narcotic drugs in her possession at the Best Western in Mendon.
A preview of Meteorologist Michael Page's story on how Dartmouth-Hitchcock is investing in new technology to keep its chopper's flying in bad weather.
A male driver told police his foot slipped off the brake before he struck a police cruiser in Rutland City Sunday night.
Contractors tell Angie’s List that 2015 is going to be a busy year for home improvement.
Challenges ahead for the Town of Colchester and school district.
Fairpoint workers agree to new terms.
Food shelves are pretty bare this time of year, so on Sunday, folks in St. Albans went grocery shopping.
An Addison County animal in need attracted donations and love from around the world. Now, his story is giving give other animals the chance at a better life.
A missing St. Johnsbury man was found dead in an icy river on Saturday.
A fire investigation is underway to determined how flames started.
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The East Montpelier Humane Society held an open house in celebration of their 5th Anniversary.
The Queen City has come a long way since it's recognition in 1865. On Saturday, citizens celebrated its rich history.
It's been nearly a month since a 24-year-old woman from Sudbury was reported missing.
There's an open seat to lead Vermont's most diverse city. Two men are vying for Mayor of Winooski this Town Meeting Day, after Mayor Michael O'Brien announced he won't run for re-election.
The Vermont Division of Emergency Management and Homeland Security (DEMHS) will be holding informational meetings on ice jam/Spring flooding.
According to a new study, maybe you should wear your sunglasses and sunscreen at night.
The National Weather Service says if the month ended Friday, the area would be in the Top 5 for the coldest average February temperature.
Vermont State Police arrested a man they say had sexual relations with a minor.
Crews are working on a water main break at Lincoln and West Streets in the city.
The South Burlington Department of Public Works says there is a VT Gas Line break on Williston Road in front of the Mobil Station by Staples Plaza.
Public input is sought on the former Burlington College land.
The Williston Police Department is investigating a burglary at Agway during the early morning hours on February 14.
Erin visits Talent Skate Park in South Burlington where she pads up and learns to skateboard at their indoor skate facility.
The deadline for those wanting to enroll in the Affordable Care Act has been extended.
U.S. Senator Patrick Leahy (D-Vt.) is recommending Burlington Attorney Eric Miller to be Vermont's next U.S. Attorney.
Get out your party hats, Burlington turns 150 years old on February 21, Alaina Pinto went downtown to see how we can join the celebration.
The City of Winooski is asking residents and businesses to run a pencil width stream of water from a faucet within their home or business.
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After 126 long days at the picket line, FairPoint workers finally have a potential deal to get back to work.
Clinton County law enforcement and Elmore SPCA say the number of calls they receive regarding animal cruelty increases in extreme temperatures.
The Legislature is starting to consider three charter changes related to guns passed by Burlington voters last year.
The Statehouse will have a new head of security. The Legislature overwhelmingly elected Janet Miller over incumbent Francis Brooks Thursday morning.
New money coming to a shelter in Barre means people with compromised health issues can stay indoors, like Joan Amell.
Fire officials released the cause and manner of a South Burlington barn fire located at 115 Ethan Allen Drive.
Village of Jeffersonville found a major break in its main water line.
A new study suggests a delay in starting school for summer-born or premature children is linked with poor academic performance.
FairPoint announced the company and workers have reached a tentative deal Thursday.
Plasan announced Thursday they are closing their Bennington plant in July.