It's off to the races for the November general election. For the first time ever, ballots started going out in the mail on Monday and will be sent to all registered voters in Vermont. Our Calvin Cutler tells you what you need to know to make sure your vote is counted.
A Democratic Chittenden County senator is endorsing the Republican candidate for Vermont lieutenant governor. Sen. Debbie Ingram ran for the state's number two job as a Democrat and lost in the primary. Our Calvin Cutler reports on the reasoning behind the political shakeup.
Vermont hotels can now operate at 100% capacity and restaurants can seat some guests at the bar. Businesses say that's a huge help heading into foliage season. But as our Kiernan Brisson reports, not everyone is seeing the benefit.
A watchdog office for New Hampshire’s child welfare system is expanding its jurisdiction to include oversight over any agency or organization that contracts with the state to provide services to children.
With the arrival of cooler weather, New Hampshire restaurateurs are worried that outdoor dining will soon come to an end, necessitating changes to indoor dining guidelines to help restaurants survive until spring.
While there are countless types of therapy available, this week, Elissa Borden took a ride up to the Northeast Kingdom to see mental health professionals, veterans and horses, all working toward a stable connection.