“We can't predict which way markets are going more than anyone else can,” said Energy Co-Op of Vermont General Manager John Quinney.
Town Meeting Day is only three months away and local leaders are beginning to roll out proposed town budgets.
Preschool children got up close to something they see every snowy day.
“Today is the darkest day in the history of the Colchester Police Department,” said Colchester Chief of Police Jennifer Morrison.
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.
"Working Smoke Alarms Save Lives: Test Yours Every Month!" is the theme of this year's Fire Prevention Week.
Democrat Peter Shumlin, Republican Scott Milne, Libertarian Dan Feliciano, and Liberty Union candidate Peter Diamondstone debated the issues at Vermont Public Radio’s studio Tuesday night.
“The whole thing is, start broad and work your way down to narrow,” said Colchester Police Lieutenant Douglas Allen. That's how police approached the seven hour search for Mona Uckele.
A Colchester High School graduate donated his kidney and risked his career to help a kid he hardly knew.
Buzz Hoerr's home sits just 200 feet from Broad Lake, a part of Lake Champlain. His backyard is seven miles from the Adirondacks.
Colchester police are looking for a man who robbed a woman at gunpoint.
Colchester Police say a man robbed the Champlain Farms on Roosevelt Highway armed with a baseball bat.
A powerball ticket worth $40,000 was sold in Colchester last week.
With the winter season on the way, this is busy time at tire shops.
Here are the nominees for the Week 7 HS Huddle Play of the Week.
Colchester citizens have called in concerned about nearby shooting.
The Barnyard Farmstand on Mill Pond Road did something special this year.
The Colchester Ski and Snowboard sale has wrapped up.
Five plays make the cut, but you vote to decide the winner!
Police say they have suspended the search for a man in Lake Champlain due to high wind and waves.
Students, alumni, labor rights groups and even politicians gathered at the steps of the St. Michael's College chapel to support two workers who they said were wrongfully terminated.
The Public Service Board will soon begin technical hearings in the Vermont Gas Systems pipeline proposal.
The public has one last chance to sway the opinion of the Vermont Public Service Board Tuesday in Middlebury.