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Governor Phil Scott is proposing significant restructuring of state government.
A Vermont legislative committee is holding a public hearing on the governor's budget adjustment proposal.
A Swanton man faces DUI charges after crashing his car through the ice on Lake Champlain.
Members of the Black Lives Matter movement are organizing a protest of what they call systemic racism in Burlington's public schools and brutality by the city's police force.
A popular infant teething toy may be teeming with mold.
Skiers and riders in Killington will have a new way to get to the mountain from town.
A common problem for skiers is waiting for snowboarders to bind up before they ride, which is precious time when the sport costs upward of $100 a day. But Burton says they have found a fix.
Police are investigating a break in at a Rutland Town car dealership where the thieves made off with DMV inspection stickers.
Police say they found a hole cut in the fence around the Vermont Railway yard.
Hundreds of union members flocked to Concord last week to protest the New Hampshire Right to Work Act, which could curtail union membership and weaken collective bargaining power.
A 14-year-old Air National Guard proposal that would allow screeching fighter jets to fly low over parts of Maine and New Hampshire could be considered this year, even though it's been several years since residents...
Vermont's state treasurer says property owners could be on the hook for $25 million a year for a water cleanup initiative.
The New Hampshire Fish and Game Department has helped a hiker who was unprepared for the cold temperatures and winter conditions in the White Mountains.
Police say 33-year old Theodore Mosher was pulled over for speeding on Quaker Road in Queensbury when they noticed drug paraphernalia in the car and could smeed weed. During a search officials seized 6.5 grams of cocaine. Mosher is being held on $5,000 bond.
Police say 34-year old Nicole Coolum was drunk and causing a disturbance at the Shaw's on Shelburne Road. When she was brought to the Emergency Department she was allegedly belligerent towards officials. Coolum then started yelling and banging the walls of her hospital room. After a medical staff member approached her, Coolum spit in the face of the staff member. Cooulm will face a judge Tuesday.
The Leahy Center will have a free celebration on Monday from 10 A.M. to 5 P.M. in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
Sunday morning Police stopped 48-year old Scott Lafaso on Elm St. in Rutland. They say Lafaso got out of the car and took off on foot. Once police caught him Lafaso's twin brother Matthew triedto interfere. Lafaso faces a slew of charges including DUI while his brother was given a criminal citation.
New Hampshire is getting over $754,000 for workforce agencies to help unemployed workers.
A Subway restaurant in St. Albans City was robbed at gunpoint. It happened around 8 p.m. Sunday. Police say the suspect walked into the business on North Main Street, brandished a firearm, and then fled with an undisclosed amount of cash. No one was hurt in the incident. State Police are assisting with the investigation.
Vermont generosity is paying off in a big way for kids in Cuba who love tennis.