Other than running water, and the occasional canoer, Curtis Pond in Calais Vermont is quiet and still, but one island has changed that.
The Shrine Maple Sugar Game is an annual end of summer tradition for out-going high school football stars in Vermont and New Hampshire.
Heavy rain caused severe flooding for some Vermont communities Monday afternoon.
In today's fast-paced world, meeting online has become the norm.
In a letter to the Department of Health and Human Services Governor Shumlin says Vermont doesn't have the facilities it's looking for.
A law introduced by Senator Leahy and expected to be signed by President Obama will allow you to legally unlock your cell phone.
A group of seniors is in the middle of a record honey harvest.
A popular Green Mountain Power program is expanding to Montpelier.
A well-known Vermont Law School professor has died.
Switchback Brewing Co. in Burlington recently expanded and renovated its tasting room.
A big surprise in downtown Burlington on Sunday when people on Church Street broke out in dance.
A beverage company Honest Tea decided to test just how honest people really are when no one's watching.
Starting Monday, construction crews will undertake a $10 million dollar project to replace the U.S. Route 4 bridge.
Some kids are spending their summer vacation learning about animals.
Storms that moved through the area on Sunday caused a rollover, according to police, and power outages.
Meteorologist Michael Page takes a look back at June 2014 in Weather School.
While the Atlantic has been fairly quiet, the Eastern Pacific hurricane season is off to a busy start.
People stepped back in time on Saturday at Shelburne Farms to learn about the farming techniques used before tractors were around.
The Franklin County Humane Society turned 50 years old on Saturday, and celebrated by holding a birthday bash at St. Albans Bay Park.
The Saint Johnsbury Police Department will get a new gift for one of its furry partners in crime.
Senator Patrick Leahy felt it fitting to talk about the Homeland Security Grants at the125th Annual meeting of the Vermont State Firefighters Association.
Burlington police need your help finding a man who burglarized a home Saturday morning.
Winooski police responded to West Center Street for a domestic disturbance involving a juvenile around 11 p.m. Friday.
A small plane landed on its nose at Burlington International Airport Saturday afternoon.
Plans to move forward with the Seneca Mountain Wind Project in Northeast Vermont have been permanently halted.
Around 10,000 people show up every year for the Lamoille County Field Days in Johnson, VT.
Police and prosecutors are not buying Blow's description of an accident that took the life of Aiden Haskins.
A one of a kind racing course for kids is in Vermont this weekend. ABC22/FOX44's Ross Lippman got a top secret sneak peek at the Kids Adventure Course before the race is run Saturday at Trapp Family Lodge in Stowe.
Hops that were heavily damaged during a May hail storm are starting to recover.
Some Vermont residents are worried about the construction of a new gas station and McDonald's along a busy stretch of roadway.
Vermont is receiving $6.8 million in federal grants from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS).
Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Vermont (BCBSVT) holding health care after retirement sessions across the state.
Vermont State Police arrested six in a drug bust in Newport.
A Vermont man has pleaded not guilty to killing his girlfriend’s two-year-old child.
A prisoner tried to sneak marijuana into the Marble Valley Regional Correctional Facility on Saturday.
The Rutland Southern-Vermont Regional Airport received a $8.1 million grant from the U.S. Department of Transportation to make safety improvements to the airport.
A 26-year-old man from Shelburne has been arrested in connection to the death of a two-year-old boy.
He's a husband, a former cop, and someone cherished by the communities he's touched. On Thursday, he celebrated his retirement.
17 schools from Burlington to Winooski to Rutland have signed up for the Community Eligibility Program.
A local woman visited Canada to investigate the risks of tar sands.
Barre City was awarded grants totaling over $1 million.
Governor Shumlin is asking for cuts not tax raises to fix wrong prediction.
According to the South Burlington Fire Department, a plane made an emergency landing at Burlington International Thursday afternoon.
While most children look forward to summer camp to create once in a life-time memories others just want to feel like kids.
Vermont State Police made multiple drug arrests in Rutland on Monday and Tuesday.
Vermont Governor Peter Shumlin and Administration Secretary Jeb Spaulding announced a spending reduction for the current fiscal year.
The Vermont Air National Guard thought it would take 4 to 6 weeks to fix the F-16 fighter jets after severe storms collapsed the hangers on July 8 and damaged the planes inside.
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved a heart valve procedure tested at Fletcher Allen and UVM.
We're all guilty of it at one time or another - hopping on Facebook, texting with a friend, or playing a quick game while at work. It might seem like this is zapping your productivity, a new study indicates that might not be true.
The rain wasn't the only thing falling down Wednesday. Branches and trees fell on roads and power lines throughout Vermont.