Stowe Police arrested two more people they say are connected to the Union Street Bank robbery on Tuesday.
WalletHub ranked the most and least politically engaged states.
St. Albans Police responded to a report of an assault and robbery around 12:30 a.m. on Friday.
If you've ever dreamed of getting your java fix without the wait -- that time has come.
A project that’s been in the works for decades will open Friday.
Members of Franklin County's Stop Teen Alcohol Risk Teams, or START, are checking areas they've received tips about possible parties with underage drinkers.
Some city and town clerks say the primary election in Vermont is an expensive and wasteful process. In the state, more than 702,000 ballots sit untouched after August’s primary. And clerks say this happens far too often.
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.
Two people in Burlington are challenging Church Street's No Trespass Ordinance.
Police arrested a woman accused of robbing the Champlain Farms on South Main Street in Barre, a Shaws in Montpelier, and the Union Bank in Stowe.
The U.S. Postal Service is gearing up to help customers ship some 15.5 billion cards, letters and packages in time for the holidays.
The Vermont Businesses for Social Responsibility (VBSR) released a scorecard grading members of the Vermont Legislature on recent votes at the Statehouse.
Vermont Officials are holding a public hearing on a study surrounding the issues of possible marijuana legalization in the state.
While Halloween is fun, it does pose some dangers.
Rick Marcotte Central School made an anti-bullying music video and received some recognition.
In the midst of community scrutiny, the Burlington School Board needs to regain the confidence that they can find a strong candidate for Superintendent.
Heath officials say there is no change in the condition of the man under quarantine being monitored for Ebola.
CVU Running Back and Stock Car Driver Richard Lowrey is this week's Local 22/44 Athlete of the Week.
The song they are singing is called Nothing More by the band Alternate Routes.
Vermont Senator Patrick Leahy (D-Vt.) urges dairy farmers to take action.
Green Mountain Power (GMP) gets the go ahead for a major hydro expansion.
According to Dubois Construction, the tenth annual Wheels For Warmth broke records.
The Federal Reserve announced it would end its bond-buying program.
The state of Vermont updates groundwater protection rule.
AT&T is in legal trouble over its unlimited data plan.
Vermont State Police is warning the public over a phone scam.
Some simple foam can help save money, and energy, when keeping heat in your home; and that's the goal of Button Up Vermont.
Dr. Gilman Allen from Fletcher Allen answers questions about Ebola.
When the season grows colder, it means two things: people are bundling up and hitting the shops.
Vermont Health Officials say a man is under a voluntary quarantine after going to Guinea and Sierra Leone, presenting himself as a doctor helping with the Ebola epidemic.
Wednesday is the last day to register to vote in Vermont.
Medical experts say there is no risk for anyone in the Green Mountain State contracting the disease.
The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is directing the Federal Protective Service to enhance its security presence at U.S. Government buildings across the country.
Police are investigating a robbery at the Union Bank on Tuesday.
A Vermont woman was convicted for falsely obtaining monies from the Vermont Medicaid program.
Vermont Health Officials are planning to make an important public health announcement Tuesday.
Unless you're trying to win a neighborhood popularity contest, there's no steadfast rule that says you must pass out candy bars as big as baseball bats on Halloween.
FairPoint is urging the public to report suspicious activity to police after recent vandalism incidents.
Rutland Police investigated an armed robbery at Mac's Convenience Store on North Main Street on Sunday.
Milk, white, dark or maybe filled with peanut butter there’s no wrong way to enjoy chocolate on October 28.
The morning crew checks out some pet Halloween costumes including the Destiny Morgan Farm horse Halloween Party.
Champlain Elementary school first grade teacher Rebecca Haslam is the 2015 Vermont Teacher of the Year.
Everybody in Burlington has an opinion on permitting and zoning, and everybody has their own story.
Those who knew the young race car driver are coping with the loss in different ways.
Governor Peter Shumlin and other Vermont legislators were happy with the support given to local road projects but say change in the tax system might be needed to keep up with costs.
A 30-bed nursing home is being built now, the first of four new buildings.
Police responded to the People's United Bank on Susie Wilson Road for a report of someone using false identification to cash a check.
Baby wipes by Nutek Disposables, Inc. are being recalled because some packages may contain bacteria.
The second meeting of the Nuclear Decommissioning Citizens Advisory Panel (NDCAP) over Vermont Yankee is scheduled for Thursday.
Exercising may be good for your heart, but bad for your teeth!