Despite COVID-19, many students aren't skipping a year of college. But they have significant concerns about paying for it. That's the finding from a new survey by the Vermont Student Assistance Corporation.
SUNY Plattsburgh says it's ready to welcome back students for the fall semester. Like most schools, there are changes you need to be ready for. Our Kelly O'Brien has the details and reaction from the local business community.
We're hours away from Vermont's primary election and the secretary of state says we could break a record for turnout because of the high number of people who have already voted. Our Calvin Cutler has more on how many people have voted so far and how it compares to past years.
The final major work associated with replacing the WCAX broadcast antenna is planned for Tuesday, August 11. For several hours beginning at 8 a.m., WCAX will power down our over-the-air signal to allow final connections and electrical testing of the transmission system.
The final 24-hours before the primary election is here, as candidates try to build momentum with get out-the-vote rallies. But just as the polls will look different for voters Tuesday, the election homestretch has also changed.