Gary has the latest Max Advantage forecast.
Vermont trees are already fighting bugs that don't belong and now another invasive species may be flying to the Green Mountain State.
This week guest Attorney General T.J. Donovan talks about new scams in our area, and Vt. Health Commissioner Dr. Mark Levine discusses immunizations.
One of Germany's richest families, whose company owns a controlling interest in Keurig Green Mountain, plans to donate millions to charity after learning about their ancestors' support of Adolf Hitler and forced labor under the Nazis.
The Brattleboro Memorial Hospital says it will open a part-time obstetrics office in Springfield. This, as the Springfield Hospital announced the closure of its birth center.
Authorities say a fire that destroyed a remote garage shed in Roxbury this month could be a case of arson. The fire was reported early on March 10 on Beaver Meadow Road. By the time crews arrived, the single-story garage had burned to the ground.