Some people in Burlington are upset over what they are calling their new noisy neighbor.
It wasn't easy at first for Kelly MacCarthy to see her baby daughter go in the pool without her.
We're now moving into flu season.
The second Dallas health care worker diagnosed with Ebola traveled on a commercial airplane Monday, the day before she reported symptoms.
The Vermont Attorney General's Office released a draft rule on genetically engineered food labeling for public comment.
A California company has acquired NG Advantage.
HBO will be offering a stand-alone streaming service starting in 2015.
Vermont officials plan on testing the Amber Alert System on October 22.
Help for autism could be as close as your dinner table.
Vermont State Police arrested a man they say was a fugitive of justice from New Hampshire.
A massive set of recalls affects more than 1.7 million Toyota vehicles.
Republican gubernatorial candidate Scott Milne will outline his education and economic plans on Wednesday.
Just seven full time employees work at Craig’s Prototype Facility of Burton Snowboards to test, innovate and create snowboards.
The Vermont-National Educators Association filed an unfair labor practice on behalf of the South Burlington teachers Tuesday. A complaint cited “stalling tactics” used by the board in their contract negotiations.
Vermont lawmakers are expressing concern over the teachers strike in South Burlington.
Police and the medical examiner connected the injuries found on Jenkins to possessions belonging to the Prue's.
Four million travelers visited this summer.
This is the food shelf's busiest time of the year, but donations are down.
The state of Vermont wants to hear you're thoughts on budget goals for the 2016 fiscal year.
The Burlington Fire Department is making changes to its operations as Ebola fears ripple across the country.
The Vermont Health Department has new help to talk about tobacco.
The Hartford Police Department says several heroin overdoses may be linked to tainted or mixed with an unknown substance.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) announced faster lab tests for Enterovirus-D68.
The Hartford Police Department responded to a stabbing in the area of the former American Legion on South Main Street.
Latest updates from Day 5 of the Allen Prue murder trial.
The World Health Organization (WHO) says West Africa could see up to 10,000 new Ebola cases a week within two months.
Fair Haven Police arrested a woman who they say stole a purse from someone in church.
The Vermont Department of Fish and Wildlife announced grants available to help the state's lakes, rivers, and habitat.
The secret to a long, happy marriage has eluded many couples, but a cheap wedding may hold the key.
Until further notice the school will be closed starting tomorrow,” said South Burlington School Board Clerk Martin Lalonde. That was a gist of a message for South Burlington parents: school and school activities have been put off, until the district teachers get their contract.
A new nationwide initiative aims to give veterans the healthcare they deserve.
Changes could be coming for the BFA-Fiarfax bus system.
More painstaking details are coming out about what happened to Melissa Jenkins as a long interrogation recording continued in court on Monday.
Low water is creating problems for boaters on Lake Champlain.
School is cancelled on Tuesday in South Burlington.
Brittney Hibbs heads to the Growler Garage in South Burlington to check out What's on Tap?
The Community College of Vermont (CCV) is offering Microsoft IT Academy (ITA) training free of charge.
A report out of the Vatican on Monday suggests the Catholic Church is softening its stance on gays and divorced Catholics.
The annual Vermont Healthcare and EMS Preparedness Conference will discuss Ebola preparedness.
The Vermont Agency of Natural Resources (ANR) issued a National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) thermal discharge permit for Vermont Yankee.
Photos sent on Snapchat are supposed to disappear quickly after they're sent, but cybercriminals are leaking photos and videos.
The Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department is looking for the annual spiny softshell turtle beach cleanup day.
Vermont Governor Peter Shumlin appoints Judge Harold "Duke" Eaton, Jr. to the state's Supreme Court.
It literally pays to be a dad!
A native Vermonter is training with the Green Racing Project to prepare for the sculling competition in the Head of the Charles Regatta.
We all want the best for our furry friends, and on Sunday people ran for man's best friend as part of the Chase Away K9 Cancer 5K at Dorset Park.
In this week's Weather School, Meteorologist Michael Page explains lunar eclipses.
As a sign of respect, fallen fire fighters across the country were remembered on Sunday.
More than 250 people walked through downtown Burlington on Sunday in support of people with down syndrome and their families.
Every soldier deserves a hero's welcome, that was the message on Sunday at the American Legion Green Mountain Post.