Vermont getting an additional $16m in federal highway funds

Vermont Supreme Court Justice Dooley to retire in March

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Vermont unemployment rate inches up to 3.3 percent in August

In-Depth: How safe is the chemical replacing PFOA?

Airbnb to collect Vermont tax under new agreement with state

Shumlin cites improvements to Vermont Health Connect

Man visiting all 413 National Park sites passes through Kinderhook

Tractor trailer causes $15k in damage at Bennington Home Depot

Shumlin seeks all-payer waiver from feds for Vermont

Scott pushes to scrap Vermont's health care exchange

Lt. Gov. Phil Scott says he wants to abandon the Vermont Health Connect insurance exchange. Scott, a Republican running for governor, made the announcement Wednesday in Burlington. He says his health care proposals would play a part in making the state more affordable.

Bennington police trying to identify pick-up truck

Vermont lawmaker pushing for some form of marijuana legalization

Bennington pair accused of growing pot inside home

Two people from Bennington are facing a slew of drug charges. Rachel and Devin Briggs are accused of growing pot in their home in the White Birches Trailer Park.

Vermont Fish and Wildlife seeking bear teeth from hunters

New England apple crop smaller due to dryness, earlier cold

Imported religious statue stolen, damaged in North Bennington

Vermont, grocery industry agree to dismiss GMO lawsuit

Vermont gets $372k from US to fight opiate scourge

Vermont Gov. Shumlin heads to Boston, Mexico, Las Vegas

Vermont braces for possible arrival of deadly drug

The state of Vermont is warning drug users about the possible arrival of a deadly narcotic. Carfentanil is used to sedate elephants and other large animals and is 100 times as potent as fentanyl, a deadly heroin additive.

Vermont highway deaths up sharply in first half of 2016

Vermont pharmacies may now sell overdose antidote

Vermont text-to-911 working again after software fix

Police: Bennington man had 600 bags of heroin in vehicle

Vermont bear hunt begins Sept. 1; hunters urged to scout

Secretary of state makes Vermont's primary vote official

State lawmakers schedule water quality hearings

100 Vermont farms to open to the public

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.


Lt. Gov. Scott, Democrat Minter to vie for Vermont governor

Vermont primaries to narrow races for state offices

Man dies in Bennington crash

Vermont gubernatorial candidates to square off in debates

Vermont lifts Pownal 'do not drink' order for PFOA taint

Moose hunt lottery set for Tuesday at Vermont Statehouse

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.

Vermont lifts Pownal 'do not drink' order for PFOA taint

Hillary speech inspires girls, regardless of politics

Vermont auditor: State lacks on performance reviews

Blood test results show high levels of PFOA in Bennington

Bennington man pleads not guilty to dealing prescription drugs

Bennington Police search for two missing girls

Woman accused of embezzling turns herself in

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.

Vermont becomes first state to require labeling of GMO foods

Vermont's GMO bill threatened at federal level

Water issues to be discussed at Bennington College

Bennington man arrested on drug charges

Mega theme park eyes Upstate New York

Bennington man charged with burglary spree

Ex-Vermont plant manager pleads guilty to mail fraud

High levels of PFOA found in North Pownal

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.

New Vermont law targets timber theft as own class of crime

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.

Bennington event to tackle drug abuse

Vermont ski areas hurt by mild winter

Vermont lawmakers to revisit renewable energy fight

Water Warriors hoping to help PFOA aftermath

With road deaths up, Vermont State Police cracking down

Police step up search for Vermont man missing since 2014

Missing Bennington girl found

Vermont to allow continued use of special license plate

Vermont Gov. Peter Shumlin has signed an executive order extending indefinitely the allowed use of the commemorative "Vermont Strong" license plates.


Vermont Gov. Shumlin signs water quality bill

Vermont Gov. Shumlin to sign new water quality law

High levels of PFOA still being found in private wells in Bennington

2 daycare workers face child cruelty charges

Tests continue to find PFOA in Bennington water wells

Vermont State Police numbers show treatment differs by race

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.


Shumlin: 3.2 percent jobless rate 'continued good news'