Tower work is entering its final stretch from August 8-11. During this window, WCAX will reduce the power on our over-the-air signal each day from 8 a.m. to around 4:30 p.m., for the safety of crews working at the site on Mount Mansfield.
Summer might not be canceled after all. Two of Vermont's biggest musical acts are playing drive-in concerts here at the Champlain Valley Fairgrounds in Essex Junction. Our Ike Bendavid has details on how it will work.
State officials used their data modeling of COVID-19 cases this week to highlight Vermont's successes. As our Cat Viglienzoni explains, they said it isn't just Vermont's rural landscape that's keeping our cases low.
Back-to-school preparations are moving forward in Vermont with coronavirus cases remaining under control across the state. Friday, the governor announced more money to help keep critical child care operations afloat and greenlighted fall sports. Our Calvin Cutler has the details.
Burlington's mayor has raised questions about UVM's plan to test returning students, but Vermont's health commissioner says the plan was developed in consultation with the health department and he calls the requirements strict.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo says New York's success in battling the pandemic means it is safe for schools to offer at least some days of in-person classes. In Plattsburgh, the city school district is going with a full in-person model. But the plan is getting pushback from some parents. Our Kelly O'Brien explains.
A federal appeals court has granted an injunction to stop Vermont from excluding some students who attend a religious school from participating in a state program while an appeal is pending and in light of a recent U.S. Supreme Court.
It's been a sacred part of marriage vows for centuries: for better, for worse; for richer, for poorer; in sickness and in health. That last part has been tested-- like few others-- for these Super Seniors. Our Joe Carroll shares their story.
A tale of two school districts illustrates the challenges of going back to school in the COVID-19 era. Schools across our region are preparing for the new year and deciding whether that will mean having students return to school buildings or learn remotely. Our Olivia Lyons looks at two nearby school districts going in different directions.
During the pandemic, many people rely on the internet for telemedicine, work or schools. But as many Vermonters know, connecting to the internet isn't easy in some parts of the state. Our Elissa Borden discovered that might change for parts of Franklin and Grand Isle counties.
You might think it's more of a fall activity but the Great Vermont Corn Maze is up and running in Danville. And if you go every year and want to be surprised, there is a spoiler alert for the theme this year. Our Ike Bendavid gives you a look at this year's maze.
Vermont's defender general is calling for a new independent role that would increase accountability after a Black inmate died under the supervision of the Department of Corrections. Our Calvin Cutler has more on what exactly this role would do.