The Girl Scouts were not immune to the pandemic and most of what they say they love about the organization had to be put on pause when the pandemic hit, but that didn’t mean they stopped selling cookies.
While the pandemic has left many members of our aging population isolated, a South Royalton Elementary first-grader is reminding them they're not alone. As our Scott Fleishman shows you, he's giving them all the support and love they can handle.
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2020 was a tumultuous year that highlighted many divides that currently exist in this country. But those who promote diversity and inclusion say Martin Luther King Jr. would likely be hopeful at what could come from it.
At the Vermont Statehouse Monday, it was very quiet, with only a few people walking around. But there were plenty of police officers there. Our Katharine Huntley found out how long you can expect to see them there.
A Paralympics hopeful and former high school football standout had his car stolen in South Burlington with three of his specialized prosthetic legs inside. Our Katharine Huntley spoke with Muji Karim about the experience.
Wildlife officials say preliminary numbers show that hunters had a record bear season in Vermont and New Hampshire last year, in part because of a surge in the number of hunters brought about by the coronavirus pandemic.
Vermont is facing at least its second lawsuit in four months over a voucher program that allows students in communities that don’t have schools or are not part of supervisory unions to attend schools of their choice.