The public will get a chance to collect eggs, sample fresh cheese and produce, take a hayride or possibly milk a cow during Vermont Open Farm Week.
The 2016 lottery for Vermont moose hunting permits is going to be held at the Statehouse in Montpelier. The drawing will begin Tuesday at 10 a.m. in the Cedar Creek Room of the Statehouse.
A Bennington County woman is under arrest, accused of embezzling more than $18,000 from the Arlington Lion's Club. Mary Kerner turned herself in to state police Wednesday morning.
High levels of PFOA have now been found in the Village of North Pownal. The state DEC says PFOA monitoring near the former Pownal Tannery found levels of the toxic chemical above 200 parts per trillion. The safe drinking water advisory level in Vermont is 20 parts per trillion.
A new law makes timber theft its own class of crime for the first time in Vermont. The law was signed by Democratic Gov. Peter Shumlin last month and takes effect July 1. It sets a penalty of up to a year in jail and a $20,000 fine for a first offense of timber theft.
Vermont Gov. Peter Shumlin has signed an executive order extending indefinitely the allowed use of the commemorative "Vermont Strong" license plates.
The head of the Vermont State Police says intentional racial and ethnic bias is not tolerated in the agency. But Col. Matthew Birmingham says implicit bias - internal and unacknowledged - is harder to recognize and root out.