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A Vermont company has won a U.S. Army contract worth up to $98 million to produce lightweight next-generation combat helmets for soldiers.
A lawsuit filed by a Vermont woman whose former civil union partner fled the country with their child rather than share custody is being allowed to proceed because one of the defendants is set to be sentenced in a separate...
Republican Gov. Chris Sununu has made his choice for New Hampshire's next attorney general.
A new financial analysis shows that Vermont could lose over $1.5 million by fiscal year 2020 if a measure that would raise the legal age for using tobacco to 21 passes.
New Hampshire Gov. Chris Sununu is reaffirming his commitment to the Northern Pass transmission line project and calling for revisions to NAFTA in a visit to Canada.
New York State Police say a traffic stop nabbed drugs that may have been bound for Vermont.
The Vermont attorney general's office says a Montpelier man uploaded child pornography to a Facebook group.
Two pickup and drop-off sites are planned in Manchester, Vermont, for a new, state-supported bus service that will connect the area to an Amtrak station near New York's capital.
A Vermont group that investigates child abuse is drawing complaints that a planned donkey basketball fundraiser is promoting animal abuse.
Court papers say a Vermont judge has found a woman charged with shooting her firearms instructor in 2015 incompetent to stand trial.
Lawyers for a man charged in the 2015 death of an 11-month-old boy in Alexandria, New Hampshire, are seeking to exclude evidence from his trial.
Senate lawmakers are considering legislation to ensure that the results of any elections or Town Meetings that were postponed by last week's snowstorm are ratified.
New Hampshire lawmakers are clarifying the burden of proof the state faces in terminating a parent's rights.
All three members of Vermont's congressional delegation are holding a town hall meeting to address issues of "major consequence" with their constituents.
The Vermont Board of Education has two new members.
Shaw’s has a program called the Free Fruit Club. Kids can come to the store and pick out a piece of fruit and get it for free.
Dozens of women flocked to Burlington Monday night to talk business.
A Colchester woman pleaded not guilty Mondayafter police say she led them on a high-speed chase early Sunday morning.
Hundreds of thousands of dollars of heroin is off the streets. The Drug Enforcement Administration tells us it's one of the largest drug busts in Vermont history. Investigative reporter Jennifer Costa has been tracking this federal case for days.
Police departments continue to be put in the middle of Vermont's mental health crisis, but those struggling can often be led to a jail cell rather than receive psychiatric help.