More than 60 events are being held across the state to promote clean water and environmental stewardship. Gov. Phil Scott and others marked the start of the week Monday.
Although the state is a long distance from the roughly 70-mile-wide swath of the country that will experience a total eclipse, there are still ways to safely see something special here.
The Stowe Mountain Lodge Classic marks the return of professional tennis to Vermont. Seven professional players are set to compete at Spruce Peak from Aug. 22-24.
Brandon Del Pozo said there is a clear need for systemic change in policing.
Johnson ranted about illegal Mexican immigrants and said the Border Patrol does nothing to stop them before spraying the officer’s vehicle.
Funeral services for Daniel Marcellus will be held noon Saturday at the Collins-Perley Sports Complex in St. Albans.
Ryan Roy says he supports segregation and the concept of a white nation.
The New York Times reported on Wednesday that President Trump’s daughter Ivanka, and son-in-law and senior adviser Jared Kushner were in Vermont, as the White House response to the Charlottesville, Virginia violence unfolded.
Mayor Miro Weinberger will be welcoming leaders from more than 40 cities around the country for a three-day event consisting of panels, discussions and tours.
The Vermont senator pitched Medicare-for-all at a meeting with seniors in Franklin county.
“The message he is sending out to racists and neo-Nazis around the country is that this is OK.”
Critics are pointing to a recent New York Times report that several Ben & Jerry’s flavors had tested positive for glyphosate, an herbicide.
Three guidance counselors and a registrar have all quit their jobs at Burlington High School.
The steel skeleton structure is complete for a $187.7 million facility that will mean more single-bed inpatient rooms at the hospital.