- Vermont to close police dispatch centers in Derby, Rutland Updated: Jul-28-15 1:40 pm
SHELBURNE, Vermont - Two police dispatch centers in Derby and Rutland have been earmarked for closure in the coming days as part of a cost-cutting measure by the state.
- Vermont man receives honor at White House for advocacy work Updated: Jul-28-15 12:20 pm
MONTPELIER, Vermont - A Vermont man was among nine "Champions of Change" from across the country honored at the White House during a 25th anniversary celebration of the Americans with Disabilities Act.
- Burlington police investigate shooting near store Updated: Jul-28-15 7:04 am
BURLINGTON, Vermont - Burlington police are trying to find out who shot a man in the leg outside a store.
- Authorities: Elderly man plows into Lake Champlain Updated: Jul-28-15 6:16 am
ST. ALBANS, Vermont - Authorities say an elderly driver in Vermont is OK after his car plowed into Lake Champlain.
- Panel begins search for answers to siting solar projects Updated: Jul-28-15 3:38 am
MONTPELIER, Vermont - A 10-member Vermont panel is going to be meeting for the first time to work out issues related to the siting of solar power projects across the state.
- Vermont child support worker to be arraigned on drug charge Updated: Jul-28-15 3:35 am
BENNINGTON, Vermont - A 35-year-old state worker is set to be arraigned on charges that she sold heroin to buyers that police believe she met in her job as a child support specialist.
- Solid growth predicted in Vermont's revenue forecast Updated: Jul-27-15 5:31 pm
MONTPELIER, Vermont - Solid growth is predicted for state revenue for the rest of this fiscal year and next year, economists told the state's fiscal leaders on Monday.
- Feds: 'Wicked Tuna' TV fisherman claimed to be disabled Updated: Jul-27-15 4:52 pm
MONTPELIER, Vermont - A Massachusetts man seen manning big fishing rods and harpooning huge fish on the reality show "Wicked Tuna" collected government benefits while claiming to be disabled and unable to work, federal prosecutors said.
- 51-year-old in custody after shots fired at Bennington home Updated: Jul-27-15 3:08 pm
BENNINGTON, Vermont - A 51-year-old man was taken into custody after police say he fired a bullet into the front door of a Bennington home.
- Bennington Museum gifted works by Grandma Moses, Olitski Updated: Jul-27-15 11:10 am
BENNINGTON, Vermont - A Vermont museum has been gifted a collection of artwork and artifacts more significant than any received in the last decade, including works by Grandma Moses and Jules Olitski.
- Car, businesses found with gunshots Updated: Jul-27-15 6:43 am
BARNET, Vermont - Police are trying to figure out who shot a rifle at a car and at several businesses in two Vermont towns.
- Officials to lobby for Addison-Rutland district merger Updated: Jul-27-15 6:29 am
CASTLETON, Vermont - Addison-Rutland Supervisory Union board members plan to lobby their local school boards and communities for a single district by fall 2017.
- Quebec motorcyclist killed in Vermont crash Updated: Jul-26-15 6:44 pm
GEORGIA, Vermont - Vermont state police say a motorcyclist was pronounced dead at the scene after crossing the center line and crashing into an SUV in Georgia, Vermont.
- New York man killed in one-car fatal crash in Vermont Updated: Jul-26-15 10:58 am
WEATHERSFIELD, Vermont - Vermont state police say a 22-year-old New York man is dead after a one-car crash on Interstate 91 in Weathersfield.
- Vermont family seeks wind facility on Swanton ridge Updated: Jul-26-15 10:58 am
MONTPELIER, Vermont - Developers of a plan by a Swanton family for what could become Vermont's latest large-scale wind power project want to ask for state approval before the end of the year in hopes that construction can begin on what would be up to a seven-turbine, 20-megawatt installation before the end of 2016.
- 1 car, 2 DUIs after passenger jumps in driver's seat Updated: Jul-26-15 10:26 am
ROCKINGHAM, Vermont - One traffic stop netted two drunk-driving arrests in Vermont after police say a backseat passenger jumped in the driver's seat.
- State reminds Vermont hunters to seek antlerless permits Updated: Jul-26-15 10:25 am
MONTPELIER, Vermont - The Vermont Department of Fish and Wildlife is reminding hunters they can apply for muzzleloader season antlerless deer permits for use in the December season.
- Vermont Air National Guard to hold open house Updated: Jul-26-15 8:22 am
SOUTH BURLINGTON, Vermont - The Vermont Air National Guard is going to be holding an open house at its South Burlington base.
- U of Vermont Extension says basil threat found in Burlington Updated: Jul-25-15 8:16 am
BURLINGTON, Vermont - The University of Vermont Extension Service says the first case of the season of "downy mildew" has been found on a basil sample taken from a garden in Burlington.
- Burke ski resort hiring many as expansion moves ahead Updated: Jul-24-15 12:40 pm
BURKE, Vermont - A Vermont ski resort is in the middle of a hiring spree in advance of expansion that will bring a new hotel and conference center to Burke in December.
- Vt natural gas provider, NY pipe contractor sue each other Updated: Jul-24-15 11:49 am
BURLINGTON, Vermont - A Vermont natural gas provider and a New York pipe contractor have filed lawsuits against each other claiming breach of contract involving a proposed 42-mile natural gas transmission pipeline.
- Vermont DMV moves to new location at St. Johnsbury mall Updated: Jul-24-15 8:26 am
ST. JOHNSBURY, Vermont - A mall in Vermont is the new regional home of the state Department of Motor Vehicles.
- Legal Aid sues over Reach-Up cuts for people on disability Updated: Jul-24-15 4:05 am
BURLINGTON, Vermont - A state budget cut targeted at people who get both state public assistance and Social Security disability payments is drawing a class-action lawsuit from Vermont Legal Aid.
- Castleton State College is now Castleton University Updated: Jul-24-15 4:05 am
MONTPELIER, Vermont - Vermont's Castleton State College is now Castleton University.
- Vermont governor says 'people' want GMO labeling Updated: Jul-23-15 5:22 pm
MONTPELIER, Vermont - Vermont Gov. Peter Shumlin said Thursday people who want to know what's in their food will win the fight against an industry that is trying to block laws that require the labeling of some foods made with genetically modified organisms.