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Police in St. Albans say they caught an armed robber.
The fate of a bill that would make Vermont the ninth state in the country to legalize the recreational use of marijuana is uncertain as lawmakers consider whether to approve a revised proposal after their first effort was...
A Vermont man has been sentenced to three years in federal prison for distributing heroin in 2015.
The U.S. Justice Department says it has reached an agreement with New York state to settle a lawsuit over voter registration opportunities through state motor vehicle offices.
New York's Lake Placid is vying to host the winter version of the World University Games.
The Executive Council is set to vote on Republican Gov. Chris Sununu's first nominee to the New Hampshire Supreme Court.
Vermont lawmakers are back in Montpelier for what's scheduled to be a two-day session to deal with vetoes issued by Republican Gov. Phil Scott.
Dartmouth College researchers say intense rainfall events, like the one that led to flash flooding this week, have become more common in the last 20 years.
One of the hottest spots to be in the Queen City during the summertime is undergoing changes again.
Stopping your everyday routine in college to live abroad has become part of the curriculum and more people are doing it before graduation.?
Police are investigating an armed robbery at the Jolley gas station in St. Albans.
Police in South Burlington say they cracked a fraud case.
Voters in seven towns made some critical decisions Tuesday night on whether to merge their school districts.
The results of a new survey on caregivers and resources available to Vermonters with Alzheimer's disease.
A Green Mountain Union High School senior pleaded not guilty Tuesday to charges that he sexually assaulted two teenage girls.
A large U.S. solar company's trade case could upend the availability of cheap solar panels.
Sen. Patrick Leahy took the floor Tuesday afternoon on Capitol Hill to blast the Republicans' proposed changes to health care.
We're told lawmakers and the governor have a framework in place to avoid a government shutdown in Vermont.
More jobs are coming to a biopharmaceutical manufacturing company in the Upper Valley. Why Novo Nordisk in West Lebanon is expanding.
The New Hampshire-based Sunapee Singers travels to assisted living facilities, hospice homes and hospitals throughout the region.