Girl Scouts from Troop 30326 are cleaning up the community and a marble wall on Grove Street in Rutland.
Southern Vermonters got together to share their tricks of the trade and tips for keeping your home safe and up to date.
Justin Barrell is suspended from all law enforcement duties and training.
The only official kids museum in Vermont is now at 3,000 square feet and continues to grow.
It’s leaf peeping season but if you’re looking for red and yellow you won’t see much in the southern parts of Vermont until the end of September.
They have many traits: furry, soft, playful and curious. But sometimes it's the curiosity that gets the best of cats.
17 schools from Burlington to Winooski to Rutland have signed up for the Community Eligibility Program.
Work is underway to find out how much damage a severe storm caused in Rutland and Addison Counties.
In Monday's hearing held by the Senate Judiciary Committee, the focus was on creating community solutions to break the cycle of addiction.
Rutland made national headlines Friday, and the article was not singing its praises. The city's heroine epidemic landed itself on the front page of the New York Times.
People rallied on the streets of Rutland and they were angry at the State of Vermont.
Dennis Duby is facing second degree murder charges in the death of Dezirae Sheldon, Duby's stepdaughter.
The report shows regulated drug abuse is up 18 percent from 2012.
Rutland City police need your help tracking down an armed robber.
A Vermont community has broken the national record for the most amount of blood collected on a single day.
Organizers of Rutland’s Gift-of-Life Marathon are hoping to collect enough blood Tuesday to set the national record.
Vermont State Police say a man robbed Mac's Market in Rutland Sunday night.
City officials say the rise and fall of the housing bubble has lead to more not paying their property taxes.
In its 168th year Saturday was the first full day of the Vermont State Fair in Rutland! The fair has some new attractions this year and of course some old time favorites. The Vermont State Fair is up and running, full of fun, food, and of course the 4H Club.
This grant is a part of the U.S. Justice Departments new Domestic Violence Homicide Prevention Demonstration Initiative; a program strengthened under Senator Leahy's reauthorization of the Violence Against Women Act. Leaders in Rutland hope to put a stop to murder as a result of domestic violence and help the rest of Vermont and the country do the same.