Your smile could help benefit the Vermont Foodbank and the Montpelier Food Pantry.
A crane collapsed on the Christ Episcopal Church Monday morning.
Secretary of State Jim Condos says Vermont needs to enact a law regarding ethics of its elected officials.
The Center for Arts and Learning is hosting an open house and inviting the public to see what's inside.
Lawmakers work late into the night Friday to find common ground on taxes and the budget before the final day of the session Saturday.
A plan to lay out options for Vermont's capital city when it comes to getting around on foot or two wheels, was first proposed Wednesday night.
Vermonters from every corner of the state banded together to discuss if kids should be exempt for philosophical reasons from any vaccine before going to school.
Lost Nation Theater will have the final performances of Eurydice and Treasure Island May 14-17, they gave us a sneak peek today.
It's not an easy problem to solve: growing the state's economy. For the past seven years Vermont has been growing a solution through VEGI.
The business community in downtown Barre is making a stand against a high-risk sex offender who is set to live homeless in central Vermont.
Charging stations that charge drivers for use are coming to Montpelier.
Police are searching for a suspect involved in an armed robbery at the Barre Street Market.
A Bill is making it's way to the House floor in the Vermont Statehouse. Both sides are rallying support before the next step.
The snow isn’t going anywhere soon, so it’s time to escape the cabin fever you may be feeling by embracing the snow.
A bill could increase regulation and penalties for farmers who don't play by the state's Accepted Agriculture Practices.
When it comes to choosing the right toy for your infant or toddler, this holiday season, it may not always be the newest toy that is the best.
It looked like the middle of winter Saturday morning! Plus it felt like it, record cold hit the area.
The man contracted to figure out the finances of single payer health care in Vermont will finish his contract without pay.
Vermont's capital will evaluate tobacco smoking bans within city limits.
"Right now this section of 302 is not particularly bike friendly, there's really no infrastructure for bicycling,” said VTrans Bicycle and Pedestrian Program Manager, Jon Kaplan. But that will change in the coming year.
Some simple foam can help save money, and energy, when keeping heat in your home; and that's the goal of Button Up Vermont.
Fire Cider, a natural remedy to boost our immune system, is just one of the many ways to naturally prepare for flu season.
Sunday morning starts with bells for the congregation at Christ Church, while an unwanted visitor takes a back seat during the sermon. “It's a daunting project for us,” said Reverend of the Christ Episcopal Church Paul Habersang.
Lawmakers are worried medical providers aren't getting the money they need from state funding sources.
Lawmakers heard from DCF workers about the problems that are plaguing their department.
The traveling circus is in Montpelier... but this circus is much different than most.
Vermont lawmakers are looking over a proposed $31 million in cuts to balance budget.
Birds, bugs and other critters can all be seen up close at the North Branch Nature Center.
On Wednesday, Fraser and the City Council set rates for the Montpelier District Heating System. The new heating season begins in October.
In cities and towns across the state, you see public safety organizations, but what are the perks of combining the resources from neighboring towns?
The two big must-pass bills in the Vermont Legislature made it out of conference committee at the last moment Friday night.
72-year old Montpelier resident Newton Baker has a long week ahead of him. Next week he's running the New England Challenge: 5 marathons in 5 states in 5 days plus a 6th marathon in a 6th state on Monday.
Vermont made history Thursday when Governor Peter Shumlin signed the GMO labeling bill into law.
The House voted 114-27 to back a toxic chemicals bill Tuesday.
The Vermont Senate passed the FY 2015 budget 23-5 Tuesday, but there is still work to be done.
There are just two weeks left in the legislative session, and a lot of bills need to make it through.
Vermont legislators wanted to hear about school consolidation from people who have tried doing it.
Whether you're looking for a divorce, filing a court case or even burying a relative those costs could increase.
Lawmakers are looking for ways to reign in cost overruns in state construction projects.
The State Senate gave preliminary approval to H.112 Tuesday, a bill that would require genetically modified foods to be labeled.
Lawmakers hoping to change child protection policies in Vermont passed a resolution Wednesday, asking the State Senate to give them a special subpoena power.
A state employee is being accused of using your tax dollars to go shopping
A second Senate Committee has passed the GMO labeling bill, and they decided not to wait on other states to require genetically modified foods to be labeled.
Vermont parents are looking for a better way to treat their childrens' epilepsy.
The House committee debating a bill to raise the minimum wage has landed on a decision.
Mud season is here, and flooding has already started to close roads.
From paving roads to patching bridges, the majority of what VTrans does requires federal funding.
State Rep. Heidi Scheuermann is exploring running for Governor this fall, offering a GOP challenge to incumbent Gov. Peter Shumlin (D-Vermont).
They call it the "big bill" for a reason.
In a tight vote the Montpelier city council decided to partner with Redstone in building a transit center on Taylor Street.