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‘Tis the season of giving... and spending money. This year money may be tighter than in past years, so the United Way is helping out by sharing seven steps to building a holiday budget that won’t break the bank.
The Thanksgiving weekend is traditionally the first big moneymaker of the season for ski resorts. But resorts face big challenges this year amid pandemic restrictions. Our Olivia Lyons looks at how that's playing out in one ski town.
It's a tradition for many folks-- picking out a Christmas tree to help get into the holiday spirit. Andy Moffatt has been helping folks do that for half a century at his stand in South Burlington. Our Joe Carroll stopped by for some Christmas cheer.
Three more Vermonters have died from COVID-19. One was in a long-term care facility. State health officials are growing increasingly concerned about outbreaks at care facilities. Our Calvin Cutler looks at what the state is doing to keep these infections at bay.
The lack of a sales tax in New Hampshire is appealing to many shoppers in the region looking to save even more money on Black Friday. But will travel restrictions in place for Vermont shoppers keep cross-border numbers down this year? Our Adam Sullivan reports.
This Thanksgiving was different for many as people were asked to avoid gatherings to help prevent the spread of the coronavirus. Our Ike Bendavid hit the streets to ask Vermonters how it changed their Thanksgiving and whether they plan to stay at home for the December holidays.
The abandoned Macy's department store in Burlington will get a second chance to be a savior for the community. It was seen as critical to the economy when it opened 21 years ago. Now, the building will play a key role in the city's educational future. Our Roger Garrity reports.
A closer look at a recovery plan to help more Vermonters have access to broadband. Our Dom Amato talks to Vermont's public service commissioner about what the state has to do to get residents connected.