Wednesday marked two weeks since the violent attacks in Washington. While the theme at Wednesday’s inauguration was healing and unity, the images from the mob taking over the U.S. Capitol still linger. Our Ike Bendavid spoke with Vermonters who emigrated to America to get their take on the current state of the country.
Burlington High School's interim principal suddenly resigned this month, a move the board and superintendent said took them by surprise. So why did Noel Green leave the position? What our media partners at Seven Days learned about his decision.
Analysis of President Joe Biden's speech, Vice President Kamala Harris' role in the administration and much more. Greta Van Susteren, the host of "Full Court Press," discusses the issues with our Celine McArthur.
For many Vermonters, Wednesday marked a moment of relief, and for others, it was a day of disappointment. Our Christina Guessferd spoke to Vermonters about how they felt about the transition in presidential power.
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A Vermont man has pleaded not guilty to first-degree murder. Police say he was lying in wait for the victim on Bennington's Riverwalk path, and when she got there, he attacked her and slit her throat. As our Olivia Lyons reports, residents were stunned by the brutal, daytime murder.
A new forecast from Vermont economists paints an optimistic picture for the health of the state budget thank to a massive injection of federal COVID relief funding into the economy. Our Calvin Cutler has a look at the big picture.
U.S. Rep. Annie Kuster of New Hampshire has introduced an updated version of a bill to ensure that the United States will be able to mass-produce and administer COVID-19 vaccines quickly and efficiently.
A new variant or mutation of COVID-19 has already been reported in New York and Massachusetts. And, according to the experts, it's only a matter of time before it comes to our region. That has some people on edge.