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Several groups concerned about a rising tide of intolerance and violence are going to conduct a silent vigil in front of the New Hampshire Statehouse during President-elect Donald Trump's inauguration.
New York state is making $2 million available to local governments and nonprofit groups to help in the fight against invasive species.
New York officials are reminding drivers of a new state law requiring them to move over a lane when volunteer firefighters or ambulance workers are involved in a roadside emergency.
A battle fought on snowshoes amid the Adirondack wilderness more than 2½ centuries ago is being re-enacted as a living history event.
Vermont Democrats are going to be holding what they're calling an "Un-augural" rally at the Statehouse in Montpelier to mark the swearing in President-elect Donald Trump.
Fire crews headed back out Friday morning to investigate a fire that tore through a Springfield animal hospital Thursday night.
Crews are on the scene of a fire at the animal hospital in Springfield.
Police hit the jackpot when they pulled over a car for speeding Thursday.
A drug trafficking investigation led to two arrests in Burlington Thursday morning..
Gov. Phil Scott has made his pick for Chittenden County state's attorney. Sarah George will fill the role left vacant by Attorney General T.J. Donovan.
Vermont's state budget is nearly $30 million in the red and lawmakers don't have long to fix it. Most aspects of the budget are overperforming expectations, but not nearly enough to compensate for the massive fall-off in tax revenue from corporations.
A Rite Aid employee is accused of stealing prescription drugs from the pharmacy she worked for.
Who took tools from a hardware store?
New York State Police are warning about an especially dangerous batch of drugs on the streets.
Former Gov. Peter Shumlin and former New Hampshire Sen. Kelly Ayotte are headed to Harvard.
A gun bill in New Hampshire has cleared a major hurdle.
The Yankee Sportsman's Classic kicks off tomorrow at the Champlain Valley Expo.
History is what drives Don Whitney. He's seen much of it in his town and is now preserving the past.
The Environmental Protection Agency says an inspection of a Vermont company that showed poor storage of hazardous wastes has resulted in a settlement.
A winner has been announced in Montpelier’s 2030 Design Competition.