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Attorneys representing a man charged with killing a Rutland supermarket worker more than 16 years ago say they have not been given enough time to prepare for the death penalty retrial of Donald Fell and are seeking...
Democratic Gov. Andrew Cuomo has nominated a private attorney with commercial litigation experience to fill a vacancy on New York's highest court.
Manufacturing in New York state expanded in January for the third straight month, as new orders and shipments grew.
State police say at least one individual forcefully entered a motel in Shaftsbury and stole a large amount of money.
Contract negotiations are set to resume between unionized teachers in the three-school Barre Supervisory Union and school board negotiators.
Gov. Phil Scott has filed three executive orders to restructure some areas of state government to improve administrative functions, grow the economy and make Vermont more affordable.
Fierce debate is expected over a bill that would require sexual assault victims to corroborate their testimony if the defendant has no prior related convictions.
Several students in Whitefield and Windham have won best in state in the fifth annual Verizon Innovative Learning app challenge for their respective concepts.
New Hampshire Congresswoman Carol Shea-Porter has joined a growing number of Democrats who say they don't plan to attend Donald Trump's inauguration.
Essex Police are on the lookout for an armed suspect who stole money from a convenience store
A fiery crash on the side of the road in Pawlet.
Property owners could be dishing millions of dollars to clean up Lake Champlain. Sources say Treasurer Beth Pearce estimates cleaning up Lake Champlain and other water ways will cost $970 million over 20 years and half that money will hit homeowners and businesses. The US Environmental Protection Agency has mandated Vermont reduce phosphorus runoff into the lake. Lawmakers still have to approve the plan and anticipate public resistance.
Police say a Shaftsbury man got stuck on the side of the road when he was driving drunk.
A skier and father of three is dead after hitting a tree at Sugarbush.
A big win for the New England Patriots over the weekend as they now move on to the AFC Championship Game this weekend. But maybe an even bigger honor for an Upper Valley police department.
Donnie MacAdams gets to work every day with his best friend, Waco, a retired Standardbred racehorse.
Vermont is known for it's cheesemaking, so it's only fitting that a new piece of technology making life easier for its cheesemakers is Made in Vermont.
A storm washed out the only road to their property, and three years later owners of a Saranac, New York campground are still waiting for a bridge to be replaced.
The holiday weekend is pivotal for the ski industry and a strong barometer for the strength of the season.
It's not everyday you get to perform for a president, but that's what the Norwich University band will be doing later this week in Washington.