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There's a warning for commuters on Route 7.
New Hampshire officials say the state's unemployment rate for March was 2.8 percent, up 0.01 percent from the February rate.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo reports earning $400,000 on his federal tax return for 2016.
A deal has been reached to protect from development 149 acres of prime Vermont farmland just off Interstate 89 in Randolph.
Subaru is recalling more than 33,000 compact cars in the U.S. because a fuel problem can make the engines can stall without warning.
An effort to restrict the use of food stamps in New Hampshire won't be moving forward this year.
Crews have traced the source of an oil flow into a stream in a Vermont town.
Critics of a Burlington mall redevelopment project are appealing the project to the Vermont Environmental Court.
Vermont State Police say a driver hit a moose and then abandoned their car in the median of Interstate 91.
Two people have been arrested on drug charges in Richmond.
The University of Vermont Foundation is getting a new president and CEO.
Police say a Rutland man stole a woman's identity and used it to get a credit card.
A New Hampshire tourism official says international growth is outpacing domestic growth in New England.
New York state troopers issued more than 15,000 tickets during a five-day sweep targeting drivers using electronic devices.
New York state officials are warning residents of the dangers of wildfires.
Republican Gov. Chris Sununu says expanding full-day kindergarten is critical to attracting new businesses and workers to New Hampshire and to giving the state's children a better future.
The federal government is reporting that New England's unemployment rate was lower than the national average last year.
A Vermont police department is once again warning dog owners about the dangers of leaving dogs in closed cars.
The Vermont attorney general's office is claiming broad exemption from state public records laws, arguing in court that public disclosures would violate professional ethics rules for lawyers working for the office.
Former presidential candidate Bernie Sanders will headline a Louisville event aimed at helping re-energize Kentucky's downtrodden Democratic Party.