New bill aims to combat the increase in heating costs
The National Grid is predicting a nearly 40% increase in heating costs due to inflation, but State Assemblyman Billy Jones has introduced a bill that would help middle-income families combat these rising costs.
Police investigate two homicides on Sunday night
A man was shot and killed in an apartment on Pine Street on Sunday night. Later that night, another man was found dead of gunshot wounds at the Swiss Host Motel on Williston Road.
Illnesses and staffing shortages shut down two schools …
Two Vermont schools had to shut down on Monday due to staffing shortages and widespread illness.
Vermont small businesses showcase products Made In …
Vermont small businesses showcase products Made In Vermont
Four Vermont cannabis retailers open their doors …
The long wait for legal cannabis sales in Vermont ended Saturday when the first four of the state’s retail shops opened their doors to recreational users for the first time.
Concussion awareness in VT high school football
Pro quarterback Tua Tagovailoa suffered a concussion during a game Thursday night. It may have been his second on-field head injury in less than a week.
Long-time Amtrak conductor retires
The Amtrak station in St. Albans will have a new face, as Mike Kujala retires from conducting for over 30 years.
Retail cannabis stores prepare for first sales on …
Vermont's market permits adult-use only, so those 21 and over will be able to purchase cannabis.
BETA Technologies to expand into St. Albans
The company will research, develop and test battery packs for its all-electric aircraft at the former Energizer plant on Route 7.
Burlingtonians enjoy a cup on National Coffee Day
Many say that drinking coffee in the right atmosphere can make all the difference.
Vergennes PE teacher named 2023 Teacher of the Year
Robyn Newton, who has taught physical education in Vergennes for 27 years has been named the 2023 Teacher of the Year.
Union: Ray Brook staffing issue has not improved
The staffing shortages have made it so workers not hired to be correctional officers have to fill in and cover shifts due to the lack of officers.