The world watched as thousands of Afghans tried desperately to flee the Taliban. Now, more than 100 of those refugees are making their way to Vermont. Our Melissa Cooney explains how volunteers are making it happen.
The Tuesday following Thanksgiving is Giving Tuesday, a day when people around the world show their support for communities and causes. Our Olivia Lyons spoke with one nonprofit in Rutland that is giving and getting.
The trucking industry needs thousands of drivers over the next decade to alleviate supply chain issues. But some worry new rules aimed at easing concerns won't solve all the problems. Our Adam Sullivan reports.
A former prep school teacher in Pennsylvania who pleaded guilty to a sexual assault charge in 2015 involving a student is now facing charges that he sexually abused a camper years earlier as a counselor at a New Hampshire summer camp.
With the holiday season underway, UPS is once again looking to hire seasonal and full-time workers to meet the surge of packages this time of year. As part of our ongoing series on high-demand jobs, our Kayla Martin took a ride to see “what can brown do for you.”
A review of a judge’s decision to deny a protective order in the case of a woman who was later shot, allegedly by her ex-boyfriend, finds it “represented a reasonable application of current New Hampshire law to the facts of the case.”
With Rep. Peter Welch leaving office to run for Senate, it's a once-in-a-generation chance for new blood in Washington. And with Vermont being the only state yet to send a woman to Washington, there might be a lot of female candidates. Our Calvin Cutler reports.
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If you prefer to do your holiday shopping at the grocery store instead of the department store, this could be a perfect gift for you to give. Our Cat Viglienzoni learned how to make five bean soup mix.
One million rapid antigen tests for COVID-19 are now available and ready to be shipped directly to the homes of New Hampshire residents. Our Adam Sullivan reports on why New Hampshire is taking this approach.
Transcripts released Monday shed new light on CNN anchor Chris Cuomo’s behind-the-scenes role advising his brother, former New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, in the face of sexual harassment allegations that forced him from office.