The results of the 2020 Census showed that Vermont grew by about 20,000 people over the past decade, but where that growth took place is the key for shaping new legislative district maps in the coming year.
As the eligibility requirements for Vermont’s emergency housing program change at the end of the month, about 700 individuals will no longer qualify for hotel housing. The Life Intervention Team is giving assistance to some homeless in the Rutland area about possible next steps.
Governor Phil Scott returned to his ceremonial office at the Statehouse to swear in Judge Howard A. Kalfus, who succeeds Judge William Cohen on the bench following Cohen’s appointment to the Vermont Supreme Court.
Nearly $560,000 in federal COVID-19 relief funds is going to a health care provider to expand access to telehealth services to veterans and low-income patients, New Hampshire’s congressional delegation said.
Some people in Rutland City were left upset Tuesday night after they missed their chance to sound off on the school mascot debate. An in-person public meeting was scheduled for Tuesday to discuss the Ravens vs. Raiders nicknames, but as our Olivia Lyons reports, confusion over the timing sparked even more controversy.
Bars in Vermont are trying to recover after facing some of the strictest pandemic restrictions of businesses, including curfews and capacity limits. Our Katharine Huntley spoke with bar owners and patrons in the Burlington area about efforts to get back on track.
Calling all turkey hunters -- Vermont Fish & Wildlife wants to hear from you about the 2021 season. The state has partnered with the National Wild Turkey Federation to get feedback from hunters in order to manage and learn about the turkey population.
The Vermont Open golf tournament is being played this week at the Lake Morey Country Club with professional and amateur golfers competing for a title. But this year’s tournament represents more than a sporting event.
People who walked away from gym memberships when the pandemic hit last year are now getting back on track and back in shape. Our Kayla Martin checked in with some local gyms to see how they're doing now that COVID restrictions have been lifted.
The Plattsburgh City School District Board of Education is having a special meeting to look at renewing the superintendent and assistant superintendent of curriculum and instruction's contracts. But as our Kelly O'Brien reports, there is some controversy over the contract talks.