People were out and about enjoying the nightlife in Burlington. Max Akey, a worker at the Akes' Place bar on Church Street, says they’ve been able to keep up business with the eleven PM curfew thanks to additional outdoor seating.
The jury has begun deliberating in the federal case of a self-proclaimed white nationalist accused of threatening to rape the wife of a man who was part of a racist group that he felt was harassing him.
The Ausable Brewing Company in Keeseville, New York, is hosting its second annual Oktoberfest celebration despite the pandemic. Our Scott Fleishman takes a look at the precautions they're taking and why going forward with the event was so important.
The state of Vermont continues to bring more remote learning hubs online, even as some schools reopen for in-person learning. Plus, health officials are urging all Vermonters to get flu shots this year.
There's a new director in the Burlington mayor's office taking on a big responsibility. The city has hired a well-known community member to lead the charge on changing the city's policing. Our Christina Guessferd has details and reaction.
We're getting you ready for International Observe the Moon Night! Our Cat Vigliezoni checked in with a NASA scientist to learn why they picked Saturday's date and what's behind their mission to put the next set of astronauts on the moon.
Our region is not prone to the type of destruction forest and wildfires cause out west, but Vermont firefighters are battling a type of underground forest fire that can be difficult to put out. Our Olivia Lyons has an update on the situation in Killington.
We're closing out our weeklong series on suicide prevention with how to make sure kids don't struggle in silence. Our Cat Viglienzoni spoke with a counselor and a family who knows the pain of losing a child to suicide firsthand.
When Vermont education officials announced Tuesday that schools could expand in-person learning options and go back to all five-days in-person, Tunbridge Central School is one of the schools that decided to do just that.
The University of Vermont is reporting two new positive COVID-19 test results this week. That brings the total confirmed COVID-19 cases on and off campus to 21. So does that low number mean UVM’s COVID19 guidelines are working?