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One of Vermont's best wildlife watching opportunities is happening right now.
A Vermont Senator is making a new push to legalize marijuana, but she doesn't expect the proposal will become law before lawmakers go home in early May.
A New Hampshire judge has rejected claims that a prep school graduate received ineffective counsel during his sexual assault trial.
Vermont's public, single-occupancy restrooms would lose their gender signs if a bill that was passed by a House committee becomes law.
A group of House Republicans plans to start a political action committee to push back against New Hampshire House Speaker Shawn Jasper in the next election, the latest chapter in a growing GOP feud.
Construction is almost complete for a 230-foot-long tunnel that will carry the Neshobe River under a Vermont community for future floods.
The interim president of the College of St. Joseph in Vermont now has the job full-time.
Vermont lawmakers have again pushed back a vote on a measure to create a statewide ethics commission.
Officials are going to be celebrating the upcoming merger of Johnson State College and Lyndon State College into the unified Northern Vermont University.
South Burlington High School is in lockdown after another threat there.
One of the nation's hottest new fitness trends is... goat yoga?
Vermont recreation groups remind hikers the wet weather and melting snowpack mean muddy trails.
Vermont's most famous quarter-mile has new owners. The iconic Thunder Road International SpeedBowl in Barre has been sold.
Fantasy sports companies estimate more than 200,000 people in New Hampshire are participating in their games. Now, lawmakers want to get in on the cash.
Dartmouth College says it's reached a settlement with a family who said they suffered health problems from drinking well water contaminated by runoff from a site where the Ivy League school once dumped animals used in science experiments.
The president is promising a solution to a trade dispute with Canada that affects farmers in our region.
Republican Gov. Chris Sununu is replacing the longtime chairman of the state Board of Education, a further move to shake up the state's education leadership.
For the first time in nearly two decades, New Hampshire is earning passing grades from the American Lung Association for three common types of air pollution.
New York is investing in more mental and behavioral health services for children across the state.
An upstate New York park is expanding with a new parcel of land - the site of a turning point in the American Revolution.