The Burlington Coast Guard is monitoring the tropical storm and it's approach to the East Coast. Officials, like Petty Officer Andrew Chaney, say high winds could pose potential dangers, putting both property and people in jeopardy.
The Vermont Supreme Court created a committee to restart the jury trial process in Vermont. Our Celine McArthur spoke a legal expert about the challenge of protecting your health while preserving the court process.
More Vermont voters are requesting absentee ballots than ever before. But if you don't cast yours correctly, your vote won't count. Our Christina Guessferd has more on how you can avoid some common mistakes.
A statement for racial justice by a Vermont college basketball team that was seen as controversial at the time is now being celebrated in a national television commercial. Our Ike Bendavid spoke with one of the St. Michael's College graduates in the commercial.
The Vermont National Guard will be deploying troops out of the country starting in October. This will be the largest deployment of the National Guard in the last 10 years-- the last of which was during the U.S. War with Afghanistan. Our Kiernan Brisson has more about this upcoming deployment.
Gov. Phil Scott is pushing back against calls from the state teachers union for delays in returning to school this fall. The Vermont NEA wants more time for teachers to prepare and connect with students before classes resume. But the state says it's best for students to just get back to school.
Vermont is continuing to turn the economic spigot while cases of COVID-19 in the Northeast are on the rise. Gov. Phil Scott says the new mask mandate is letting us open the economy more. Our Calvin Cutler has details.
College professors are finalizing their fall lesson plans, many adjusting to a combination of remote and in-person learning due to the pandemic. Our Cat Viglienzoni found out how Champlain College is using its online degree expertise to help them craft their courses.
Vermont Governor Phil Scott for months had been hesitant to call for a mask mandate, instead opting for encouragement. But last week, as cases continued to surge across the country, he took more aggressive action and a statewide mask mandate goes into effect on Saturday.
Many Vermont businesses have had to change their business model to fit new Health Guidelines and to address a lower demand from customers, but there are a few who are seeing their busiest year to date.