Brittney interviews Mayor of Winooski Seth Leonard.
When snow wraps up, plows head out and that means vehicles must be out of the road.
A charity organization that gives children gifts for Christmas may not come through this season.
What began as a way to help grade school students have better focus has turned into a city-wide initiative in Winooski.
In the wake of this latest snow storm, it is important to remember to look after those in need of help.
A solution for owners who don't want to keep their dogs on a short leash.
Every election season the Secretary of State sends out the Vermont Sign Laws to candidates, and the Agency of Transportation says almost every election some candidates and their supporters don't listen.
A 2nd police chase in Burlington in a little more than week leads us to ask questions about the safety of a police chase.
Rick Hebert has served as a Winooski Police Officer for 19 years but now takes over the top spot.
After serving the community for more than three decades a local police chief prepares for retirement.
Gone are the days of rushing back to your car to check the meter. The city of Winooski is trying to overhaul its entire parking system.
17 schools from Burlington to Winooski to Rutland have signed up for the Community Eligibility Program.
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 new meals program will allow more than fifty Vermont schools to offer free breakfast and lunch to students.
This Town Meeting Day, voters will decide if the city should buy the Winooski Hydroplant. It would cost a bond of up to $12 million.
Police say a Winooski, Vt. man assaulted a cab driver during a dispute over the cab fare.
After a rash of burglaries in Winooski during the past few months people living in the area are fed up. So they've joined together to do something about it. One woman spearheaded the effort to re-create a 'Neighborhood Watch’ group, 15 years after the last one failed.
A Thursday night fire has destroyed an apartment building in Winooski. As a result, Mallet's Bay Ave from West Spring Street to Union Street will be closed throughout the morning as crews work on the building.
After a Goshen man successfully sold a stolen ring to a pawn shop in Rutland, Winooski is looking to prevent the same thing from happening in their city.
Todays Hometown Hotspot is at Winooski's Smith Park, for the Festival of Pumpkins.
Caught on Camera: Thief walks right in and right out with 25 IPads. 25 more stolen over weekend.