A 21-year-old Vermont man is facing federal charges that he purchased a handgun that was found less than 24 hours later at the scene of a shootout in Springfield, Massachusetts, that resulted in the deaths of two men.
Construction has begun on an underground electrical transmission line that will bring Canadian hydropower to New York City as part of an effort to make the Big Apple less reliant on fossil fuels, state officials announced Wednesday.
Making sure that Vermonters get the emergency services they need, no matter where they are, was the focus of roundtable discussions Wednesday involving lawmakers, state officials, and other stakeholders.
Reports of car thefts are up across Chittenden County, including at the Burlington International Airport. If you’re traveling out of the airport this holiday season, authorities are urging you to take precautions to ensure that your vehicle is still here when you get home.
A Vermont institution is celebrating 100 years of etiquette advice. The Emily Post Institute published its centennial edition this year. And in the age of internet trolls, inflammatory political dialogue, and other divisive behavior, you might think a book like that wouldn’t be a hot seller, and you’d be wrong.
Nineteen people including 17 New York City and New York state public employees were charged in a federal complaint unsealed Wednesday with submitting fraudulent applications for funds intended to help small businesses survive the coronavirus pandemic.
State officials are celebrating the launch of a program to help Vermont communities bounce back from the pandemic. Our Calvin Cutler has more on what kinds of projects are eligible and what happens when the cash runs dry.
Farm First is a joint venture of the Vermont Agency of Agriculture and the Agency of Human Services. Darren Perron spoke with the group’s Karen Crawley and Leanne Porter about the kinds of services they provide.
Senators from Connecticut, Vermont, and Maine called on the Biden administration Tuesday to bring together federal, state and regional officials to find ways to prevent possible energy disruptions this winter across New England.
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