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Icy roads delayed or closed schools, and led to accidents around the region Monday morning.
The Vermont State Colleges Board of Trustees over the weekend unanimously appointed Patricia Moulton to take the job.
Fire destroyed a Bellows Falls home early Monday.
A New Hampshire couple has donated 1,100 acres to the Upper Valley Land Trust for permanent conservation, the largest donation in the organization's history.
Downtown Middlebury is getting some temporary bridges as part of a long term fix.
A fuel tanker rollover has close down Route 7 in Arlington.
Vermont State Police say erratic driving ended with a heroin bust on I-91 in Dummerston Sunday night.
A California-based news service has filed a lawsuit against the Vermont court system, alleging it improperly conceals newly filed lawsuits in violation of the public's right to access court records under the First...
Hundreds of people are expected to gather in Boston to protest the detention by federal immigration officials of two advocates for Vermont dairy farm workers.
Leahy will hold a news conference Monday to address the Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program, which provides poor families money to help pay for heating.
Starting a family is an exciting decision for a lot of expecting moms. While the reward is great, being pregnant is not always easy. Imagine nine months carrying a child while handling a chronic condition at the same time. Like many parents, Ginger Vieira is obsessed with her 2 year old daughter Lucy. And now the Fairfax couple is looking forward to bringing home baby number two in a couple of months. “It’s amazing that I can produce an entire life in the same body that...
Charges have been filed in connection with a head-on crash in Westmoreland, New Hampshire that sent a woman to the hospital with critical injuries.
An increasing amount of Lyme Disease cases has the Health Department warning Vermonters to protect themselves.
Cross Country skiers say this month's snow has brought perfect conditions on the trails.
Girls lined up in Craftsbury Sunday to learn how to learn to shoot and ski with the best.
House lawmakers in Vermont are expected to vote on a measure to legalize the use and possession of small amounts of marijuana for adults.
New Hampshire's Cannon Mountain is hosting its 12th annual BodeFest.
The University of Vermont is going to be teaching courses in some of the state's prisons in hopes of educating inmates in the traditional liberal arts to help them build a better life once they've been released.
Vermont's congressional delegation called the defeat of the Republican health plan "a victory."
One of those items next on the President's agenda is his proposed budget which would make cuts to a number of programs. We looked into what it might mean to a program here locally.