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The Burlington area may land on the top lists for being a great place to live. But, finding a house to live in is getting tougher.
A Winooski bar that opened to controversy is now closed.
A 92-year-old St. Johnsbury man took a shot at a world record, one that many people half his age wouldn't attempt.
Cigar box guitars have made quite the comeback in recent years. A father and son in Fletcher have been producing their version of the instrument and it's hitting a high note with musicians.
A rainy summer means muddy trails but how you should handle the muck may surprise you. Our Alexandra Montgomery headed to the Long Trail to learn more.
This summer's wet weather has put a damper on the Plattsburgh city beach. But city officials say they aren't too worried about making their bottom line.
Police say some pricey equipment was stolen from a construction site in Burlington.
The state downgraded revenue expectations. What could that mean for your taxes? Our Kyle Midura talked to key lawmakers to get a feel for what they're thinking.
Do Trump supporters have a voice in Vermont? We put out the call and many of you answered, telling us you feel silenced as a Trump supporter in progressive Vermont.
They were on the front lines of nuclear testing in the 1950s. So-called atomic veterans share their stories of being used as guinea pigs and the struggle to win compensation for their resulting health woes.
It's been 100 years since the Poke-O-Moonshine tower was built in the Adirondacks.
We have an update to the death investigation in a Townshend fire.
An escaped inmate from Vermont is now back behind bars.
A Plattsburgh man drowned over the weekend.
Two Montpelier residents face child cruelty charges after two kids were found trapped in an abandoned, hot car.
A New Hampshire city has turned to a herd of hungry goats to tame the vegetation at its closed landfill.
A Florida man is recovering from flesh-eating bacteria he encountered while hiking in New Hampshire.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo has ordered all state agencies to provide voter registration information in an effort to increase participation in elections.
The commissioner of the Vermont Department for Children and Families says his organization will be able to fund fully a "last resort" public assistance program used to help Vermonters in need.
A Southern Vermont teen is in trouble in New Hampshire for allegedly trying to elude police.