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Attention wine lovers-- there's a big event happening in Burlington this weekend.
Odyssey Day got underway on the Church Street Marketplace in Burlington Thursday, offering people a chance to learn more about green vehicles.
Senate Republicans have been behind closed doors for weeks writing a bill to repeal and replace Obamacare. Here's a closer look at the bill they unveiled Thursday.
Investigators are calling on people with information in a Vermont cold case to come forward now before part of the reward expires.
One of the main proponents of legalizing the recreational use of marijuana in Vermont says he's still hopeful legalization can happen next year, even though the Legislature failed to pass a legalization bill in the...
New Hampshire health officials say the state is experiencing an outbreak of syphilis, with the number of reported cases so far for 2017, about double that of previous years.
The New Hampshire Legislature is set to vote on providing partial funding for full-day kindergarten and using the keno lottery game to pay for it.
Vermont fire investigators are seeking the cause of the blaze that destroyed a Brighton home.
New York lawmakers have adjourned their 2017 session without a deal to extend Democratic Mayor Bill de Blasio's control of New York City schools.
An $11.7 billion two-year state budget is up for a vote in the New Hampshire Legislature.
Summit Lacrosse Ventures is bringing another tournament to Lake Placid.
New York regulators are taking public comments on proposed changes to solid waste management rules.
A Vermont woman accused of setting fires at two businesses has been ordered to undergo an in-patient mental health evaluation.
A Bethel man was discovered passed out in his car with 78 bags of heroin.
Police in Plattsburgh say they nabbed two men with about 8,000 dollars' worth of heroin.
Black Lives Matter Vermont investigated racial disparities in the Burlington School District.
In the shadow of Wednesday’s political drama there was a mini crisis under the golden dome.
There will be no government shutdown in Vermont. Lawmakers passed a teacher health care deal that will allow passage of the 2018 state budget.
The latest and greatest projects coming out of UVM's consulting archaeology program.
Sixty-one of America's newest citizens were sworn in in Wednesday. Photographer Andy Goodrich introduces us to Yuen Kheng, a new citizen who used to call Malaysia home.