For veterans of war, coming back home is not always easy.
Starting Monday night, Burlington’s homeless will soon have a new place to spend the night.
It has been 40 years since The Runaway and Homeless Youth Act of 1974 gave children in need more options to start anew.
On a cold Vermont winter day, who wouldn't love a hot meal and a place to stay warm?
When the weather gets cold, Burlington's Committee on Temporary Shelter (COTS) opens their doors to more people
A student struggling to find an apartment isn't the only young person who's had problems finding the right place.
It’s the 5th warmest October on record. And while it’s been great to be able to enjoy the sunshine a little bit longer; those sleeping outside appreciate the warmer temperatures even more.
It’s a problem that needs a solution. Assistant Director for Community Development Marcy Krumbine and CEDO have a plan.
A new report shows homelessness is on the rise in Central Vermont and Montpelier.
One homeless group has been displaced several times in the last week and a long term solution doesn't seem to be coming soon.
Campers removed from Pine Street are now camping at North Beach Campground thanks to police and parks and rec.
In winter weather it's important for people who are homeless to find a place to sleep. Last year 4,000 Vermonters stayed in shelters. If those are full a new system allows people to check into a hotel room if they are eligible.