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Malt barley farmers in 44 upstate New York counties are now eligible for crop insurance from the federal government.
New Hampshire tourism officials are anticipating 17 million visitors and $2.25 billion in visitor spending this summer, up 4 percent in both categories over last year.
A Vermont legislative panel has deferred action on a proposal to create new sound standards for wind turbines.
With summer going by far too quickly Onlyinyourstate.com has found seven towns in Vermont for the best daycations. They are Shelburne, which was ranked #1, Manchester, Norwich, St. Johnsbury, Woodstock, Stowe and of course Burlington.
Dozens stormed out of a Milton School Board meeting Thursday night. They wanted answers from the school board and superintendent about the district's athletic director position but didn't get them.
Vermonters will celebrate their French Canadian roots this weekend.
These Vermont Super Seniors share a sweet story about getting a second shot at true love.
State safety regulators fined the Vermont Psychiatric Care Hospital in Berlin for serious workplace violations.
Plattsburgh bus manufacturer Prevost has won its largest contract in the company's history.
Three brands of hummus are being recalled for potential listeria contamination.
Bloomberg is reporting Vermont whiskey maker Whistlepig may be going on the market.
The political crisis in Montpelier is solved but our Kyle Midura found out it's already creating headaches for school contract negotiations.
Caledonia Spirits has gotten the go-ahead to expand into Montpelier.
Is legal weed causing more pot-related crashes? A new study says yes.
Have you ever imagined what it was like to hike Vermont 100 years ago? One man put himself in the shoes of a hiker form 1917 to see what the Long Trail was like back then.
The Plattsburgh City Council is set to weigh a resolution that would support increasing the age to buy tobacco in Clinton County from 18 to 21.
Allegations of racism will be discussed at a special school board meeting in Milton Thursday night. The controversy revolves around the hiring of a new athletic director.
Security upgrades are on the way for Vermont JobLink, which landed in hot water last year after a data breach.
Police in Springfield are looking for a man pretending to be a cop who approached a teenage girl.
New Hampshire state lawmakers have fixed a fetal homicide bill that critics said could have unintentionally let pregnant women kill anyone with impunity.