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.
AAA is predicting a banner year for holiday travel in the U.S. this holiday season.
The red and white, peppermint delights are easy to eat but not easy to make. It takes about three people and three hours to make one batch of candy canes.
A resolution that passed unanimously Monday night gives the city and the people of Burlington a stronger say in the direction and development of the town center.
Lawmakers joined forces with small businesses on Monday to voice their support for Vermont's independent shop owners.
Drivers will spend 20 to 30 percent less to fill up, and you can thank supply and demand for that.
Some city leaders are getting behind HowardCenter workers who say they don't get paid enough.
On Wednesday, smoking on the Church Street Marketplace will no longer be allowed.
The Vermont Health Department has a list of food you need to discard from your fridge after a power outage.
A jury found Rising Tide Activist Willy Levitt guilty of simple assault on Monday.
The Montpelier Public Works Department will be removing snow on select streets Tuesday night.
The holidays have become synonymous with over-eating, as many of us have learned the hard way.
Vermont officials are requesting a damage assessment from FEMA for last week's winter storm.
PetSmart was acquired in a $8.7 billion deal.
For another day, an undercast still persists around the area.
A roll over this morning on I-93 leaves the driver with injuries.
The first direct flight to Toronto for the season took off on Sunday from Burlington International Airport.
More than 20 volunteers gave their time on Sunday to pack bags that will be distributed to Central Vermont Agencies and Schools.
Smugglers Notch dealt with power outages throughout Sunday.
Reminder for smokers: Just a few days left to legally light up on Church Street in Burlington. The much-debated smoking ban goes into effect on Wed., December 17.
An Amtrak train slammed into a car stuck on train tracks in Vermont Saturday evening.
The Vermont Children's Trust Foundation gave kids the chance to experience the magic of Christmas by reenacting the Polar Express.
The South Burlington Police Department is asking for you're help to identify underage girls who showed up at the McDonalds in the early morning hours.
CCTA parked a bus in front of Toys R Us in Williston.
It's a kick-off to the Camp's 16th Annual Kool 105 Ta-Kum-Ta-Thon starting Monday.
Three Brothers Pizza and Grill in Colchester works with Green Mountain Power to prepare breakfast and bagged lunches for their crews.
A man was stabbed after a fight at a local bar early Saturday morning.
A peaceful protest to speak out about racism in Police Departments inspired Burlington’s youth Friday night.
Thousands of Vermonters in Chittenden County will have food on their tables this holiday season all thanks to your generous donations.
More than 100,000 Vermonters have had their power restored in the storm that started Tuesday, but thousands remain in the dark for a 4th day.
A committee formed to analyze education governance and finance made suggestions to curb excess spending.
A lengthy power outage almost put a day on the slopes in jeopardy.
Chrysler is expanding its recall of cars and trucks made with the deadly Takata airbags.
The designer of "Eat More Kale" t-shirt designer Bo Muller-Moore says he has won the fight against Chick-fil-A.
The Vermont Medical Examiner found the cause and manner of death for Emilie Branch, 5 months, to be undetermined.
Vermont's manure spreading ban begins on Monday.
Save on your holiday decorations this year by using things found right in your backyard.
All day on December 12 we are hoping you will join us while we are live at Healthy Living in South Burlington to Feed a Family.