While there are countless types of therapy available, this week Elissa Borden took a ride up to the Northeast Kingdom to see mental health professionals, veterans, and horses, all working towards a stable connection.
For the first time in several weeks, Governor Phil Scott Friday cranked another turn of Vermont’s economic spigot, easing restrictions on lodging and restaurants just as the fall foliage season begins.
Saturday marks one year since the Vermont Air National Guard welcomed the first F-35 fighter jets. Its the first Air Guard base in the country to receive them, but they didn’t come without controversy.
A number of Vermont schools are taking classes outdoors this fall to limit COVID exposure to students and staff. Olivia Lyons reports on how one Addison County school following the hybrid model is using all parts of its campus to keep kids learning outside while they can.
This morning was the coldest since the middle of May. High pressure will give us lots of sunshine today and Sunday. Frosts and freezes are likely again tonight, and possibly Sunday night. Temperatures will warm up closer to average later in the week.
New state rules for stormwater runoff from impervious surfaces go into effect later this winter and all Vermont landowners with over three acres will be required to comply by 2023. The effort, which has been in the works for several years, is aimed at improving water quality on Lake Champlain, but how much will this cost landowners?
Anyone looking for a free lesson in shooting, or anyone who wants to sight in their rifle for the upcoming hunting season, will have the perfect opportunity at Fort Ethan Allen in Jericho over the weekend.