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Some popular baked beans are being recalled.
The skies may be a little noisier than usual over Plattsburgh Monday.
A West Rutland man is going to prison after being found guilty of lewd and lascivious conduct.
Route 5 is closed about 2.5 miles north of the town line in Coventry where road crews are working on a ledge.
We have an update on the pedestrian who was hit by a car outside a Milton grocery store.
Officials say 13 people are seeking appointment to a vacant seat in the Vermont House of Representatives.
Residents in Burlington, Vermont, are set to feel a space crunch for the next several years as the parking at Burlington Town Center will close down for redevelopment.
Green Mountain College in Vermont is set to expand a sustainable design major with the opening of a new woodworking shop in Poultney.
A Vermont state office that was rebuilt after it was damaged in Tropical Storm Irene has won a national public works award.
Smokers will no longer be able to light up in parks and ballfields in nine New Hampshire towns.
Gas prices have gone up a bit in northern New England.
Local authorities have banned people with metal detectors from an island in the upper Hudson River where an archaeology project is uncovering Colonial American history.
Nearly three dozen law enforcement officers have completed a treehouse a New York state trooper was building for his daughter when he was killed in the line of duty earlier this month.
A town official in Fairlee is stepping down after he announced he's moving to South Carolina.
The Vermont Department of Labor has awarded a grant for an 11th time to a program that works to educate and train at-risk youth.
According to research, every town and city across Vermont needs to fill an average of 4 to 6 drivers to complete all the school bus routes. Melissa Sheketoff finds out those positions will be filled
Police say the driver did not pull over after blue lights were activated.
Students from Berlin High School are getting some extra help.
Four colleges in three New England states are working together to train workers.
Police say the driver was under the influence.