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Sugar makers are getting a jump-start on the season thanks to record-breaking warm weather this week. It takes a lot of energy to make that syrup, which is why producers are looking to become more energy-efficient.
New York Assemblyman Billy Jones began his first session in Albany this year. He took the seat formerly held by Republican Janet Duprey, who retired.
Vermont's LGBT community will soon be raising a glass to a new gay bar in Vermont.
Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders will be the commencement speakers at Johnson State College this year.
A special educator is accused of child sex crimes.
Top Vermont officials are reaffirming the state's policy of protecting the rights of transgender students to use the bathrooms that correspond to their gender identity.
The Vermont Senate has unanimously passed a measure granting its governor greater control over how and when the state's police forces are used by the federal government.
The trial of a Vermont woman accused of fatally shooting her ex-boyfriend and his son more than two years ago is set for June.
New Hampshire's U.S. senators are receiving mixed reactions for saying President Donald Trump's Supreme Court nominee deserves a hearing.
A Burlington man charged with opening fire in a parking lot next to a church pleaded not guilty Friday to attempted second-degree murder.
The National Weather Service is warning of possible flooding in Vermont through the weekend.
The New Hampshire Supreme Court says information gathered in the hiring of a school district superintendent should not be released to the public.
A New Hampshire hunter serving a two- to four-year prison sentence for mistakenly shooting a Massachusetts man to death is settling a wrongful death lawsuit with the victim's family.
Local producers of beer, wine, cider and liquor have opened 32 new off-site stores in New York state in the past year - evidence the state's alcohol industry continues to age well.
These should be heady times for Republicans as the nation's governors prepare for their winter meeting in Washington, D.C.
New Hampshire leaders have moved forward with two bills that increase local control in education.
When it comes to ski rescues, how much does it cost and who pays for it?Channel 3's Alex Hirsch found out at least one Vermont ski resort says, it may have to start charging skiers and snowboarders who get lost.
A pedestrian was hit on Shelburne Road in South Burlington Thursday night.
There was traffic trouble for drivers on I-89 south near Exit 18.
A little boy is dead following a house fire in Massena.