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Vermont's first-term Republican Gov. Phil Scott is going to address his administration's progress.
Vermont has reached an agreement on new offices for nearly 80 state employees who were displaced from their building earlier this month because of elevated levels of cancer-causing chemicals in the air.
An apparent clerical error could threaten the tenure of a member of Vermont's health care regulating board who was appointed by former Democratic Gov. Peter Shumlin.
When they first took out a lane on Burlington’s North Avenue in the New North End a survey showed drivers were split down the middle on how they felt about it.
A Wilmington man is going to prison for possessing child porn.
The Boston Marathon was Monday and winners got to take home a piece of Vermont.
A fifth-grader from Milton was recognized Monday for leaping into action when his friend was in big trouble.
Police say Wednesday's threat at Essex High School appears to be a case of swatting.
A change last year in the way federal immigration officials count foreign nonagricultural guest workers is having an impact on the hospitality industry around the country and right here in Vermont.
If you're on the hunt for duck decoys, there's a man in Franklin County that you can call. Scott Fleishman shows us in this week's Made in Vermont, his fake fowls are just like the real thing.
UVM says it's making big strides to serve real food.
More than a hundred Vermonters entered their best beers and now we have a winner in the Make The Cut homebrew Challenge.
President Trump ordered an attack on Syria after gruesome images emerged of dying and dead civilians all poisoned with nerve gas.
Nine puppies are fighting an uphill battle after they were abandoned.
A family of four is homeless in Isle La Motte after their home went up in smoke.
An Alburgh fire truck crashed while on the way to a house fire in Isle La Motte Monday afternoon.
The cheaper option could be the right option when it comes to keeping track of accused criminals..
Guns were drawn in a quiet Burlington neighborhood.
A Lyndoville woman is accused of stealing more than $10,000 from a high school alumni fund.
Police say they've caught the crook who ran up thousands of dollars in charges on an elderly man's credit card.