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Why some Vermonters want to strip Dorothy Canfield Fisher's name from a longtime book award.
A Canadian man has been charged with an airport stabbing in Flint, Michigan. The FBI says he entered the U.S. at the crossing in Champlain, New York.
Staples is recalling more than 100,000 chairs because the legs can break.
The co-principal of Harwood Union High School is stepping down and citing tension with the school board.
A burglar targeted the home of an elderly man on his most vulnerable day. The man had been away from home attending his wife's funeral.
The Vermont Air Guard has not received orders to take any action in regard to its fleet of F-16s after a crash in Houston.
Democratic U.S. senators rallied in Washington Wednesday, calling secret talks on the remake of Obamacare outrageous.
It's peak of the season for orchid-lovers in Vermont. Alexei Rubenstein took a trip to one hot spot in the Upper Valley.
A law firm in Plattsburgh that specializes in injuries and accidents is now trying to prevent them by hosting a bike safety course.
An international animal rights group is asking the Vermont attorney general's office and the Agency of Agriculture to investigate allegations of animal cruelty at a slaughterhouse.
According to experts, senior citizens are healthier when they eat together. But officials says many programs that make those meals possible are at risk.
The Executive Council has approved Republican Gov. Chris Sununu's second nominee to lead the state Department of Environmental Services.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo has granted a pardon to a former Ground Zero worker who was detained by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
New York has raised the age of marriage to 17, replacing a law that allowed children as young as 14 to legally wed.
A teenager suspected of car thefts in Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont is behind bars.
Democratic U.S. Sen. Patrick Leahy and Republican Vermont Gov. Phil Scott have recommended to the president that a Burlington attorney become the top law enforcement official in the state.
Some conservative House Republicans who helped defeat a proposed budget earlier this year have come around, but many Democrats remain opposed heading into Thursday's vote.
Vermont had another sweet season, producing nearly 2 million gallons of maple syrup, the second highest amount on record.
A bridge in Addison County will be closed for two months starting June 21.
Police say two Burlington residents assaulted a man early Wednesday morning.