A new sound mitigation program to benefit those near the Burlington International Airport was announced on Thursday. It is a collaborative effort between multiple groups hoping to be energy efficient and help with sound mitigation. Our Ike Bendavid has details.
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The University of Vermont Health Network Thursday confirmed that it was the victim of a nationwide cyberattack Wednesday that targeted patient records at UVM Health Network hospitals across the region.
New Hampshire Republican Senate candidate Corky Messner says a request for a criminal investigation into his Colorado charitable foundation has been withdrawn after the foundation threatened to sue the complainants for defamation.
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, public health experts are urging Americans to get their flu shots early. In addition to protecting against the flu, new research also suggests the shots may also lower the risk of Alzheimer’s disease.
Aleka’s Restaurant in downtown Plattsburgh may have its lights off, but it is very much open. Last week, the well-known Greek restaurant got the news that it needed to close for a second time this year.
The state of Vermont Wednesday opened applications for millions more in hazard pay available to frontline workers who didn’t qualify before. This round of grants expands the different types of employees who are eligible, including grocery store workers.
Schumer says he’s furious over a scrapped $250 million plan the administration came up with to prioritize a COVID vaccine for Santa Claus performers in exchange for a PSA by them to promote the vaccine.
New York regulators are proposing quality control standards and a licensing program for hemp-derived CBD products that have gained widespread popularity in products such as tinctures, salves and lotions.
The pickup truck driver charged with causing the deaths of seven motorcyclists in New Hampshire told authorities he had a drug problem, regularly used heroin and cocaine but believed he was not impaired at the time of the crash.
As COVID-19 cases rise, with the winter months quickly approaching, small businesses hard hit by the pandemic are worrying about the future. But, in Hartford, shoppers have an added incentive to spend money in the stores.
The state of Vermont raked in over $165 million in tax revenue last month, shattering expectations in the current coronavirus-battered economy. The windfall is in large part because the state economy is being propped up by billions in federal CARES Act relief.
A Tupper Lake, New York, wildlife center helped some rescued otters get back on their feet. Cat Vigleinzoni spoke with The Wild Center's Lia Valerio about how they got the pups ready for the real world.