Sometimes that Christmas gift isn't exactly what you hoped for, so Friday people were out shopping to return those unwanted gifts.
Whether you burn a yule log, have an "Elf on the Shelf," or eat more Christmas cookies than you can handle, everyone has their holiday traditions. And some are more simple.
After the busiest night of the year, you'd think Santa would be taking Christmas day off, but instead he visits nursing homes!
Christmas is right around the corner and something to wrap up your gifts can be found in the glove box of your car.
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.
The Vermont Folklife Center is getting festive with the help from gingerbread houses all made by the community.
What makes the perfect Christmas tree? For countless people, it is how the symbol brings them together that truly matters.
On Christmas Eve, we look at what Santa might bring to the UVM Men's Basketball and Hockey teams for Christmas, to help their seasons out.
We're now onto day 5 for some folks without power after this weekend's ice storm.
For Robert Harris the Elks Lodge in Burlington was home for the holidays. “There was nowhere else to go for Christmas,” said Harris.
Mike Curkov sits down with Mike 'Santa' Santaguida, Vermont Hockey's very own Santa.
Vermont Governor Peter Shumlin will be lighting the state’s Christmas tree on Thursday.
Still recovering from Black Friday? No rest for your bargain-hunters because Cyber Monday is getting bigger and bigger—its sales tripling in the past decade.
People were busy preparing for Christmas on Sunday.
There are hundreds of children in our area who need help to be able to have a present to open on Christmas morning.