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At 'This Place in History' we are introduced to Mary Tyler. In 1811, she published a comprehensive childcare manual with her progressive ideas about health,... [Read More]
March is going out like a lion with a Spring snow storm bringing significant, slushy accumulation to southern Vermont and southern New Hampshire. In the... [Read More]
The Harlem Globetrotters put on a show Wednesday night at Patrick Gym. Down by 8 at the half, Harlem battled back to defeat the... [Read More]
The United States has never won an Olympic medal in Men's Luge. Saranac Lake's Chris Mazdzer is the nation's best bet to change that,... [Read More]
Police say a St. Albans man was arrested Wednesday night, following a robbery of a Colchester convenience store. [Read More]
Burlington Police say a man is accused of stabbing another man to death in Burlington Wednesday afternoon. [Read More]
A Swanton woman, accused of causing a deadly head on collision, will spend 6 months in home confinement. [Read More]
Vermont PBS addressed proposed cuts and what it could mean for programming. [Read More]
March will not go down without a wintry fight. [Read More]
For weeks, the House Committee on Appropriations has been working towards closing a $72 million gap without any new taxes or fees, per Governor Phil... [Read More]
Vermont State Police is offering an reward for information about a suspect in a homicide investigation. [Read More]
Saint Michael's College is the winner of the " Vermont First Localvore Cooking Challenge " for the second year in a row. [Read More]
The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) has announced new freshwater fishing regulations that will go into effect on April 1. [Read More]
Video games meet farming. One of Vermont's most historic farms sent a challenge out, to one of the world's biggest gaming companies. The... [Read More]
New York state is getting $45 million in grants to help emergency response systems and implement "next generation" 911 technology. [Read More]
There is a heavy police presence on Church Street by Ben & Jerry's. [Read More]
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For those looking to buy tickets for Joe's Pond Ice-Out Contest, you have until Saturday, April 1 to do so. [Read More]
Local sweet shops are packing up baskets for the Easter holiday. [Read More]
Wine Down Wednesday is all about March Madness. Donald MacDonald talks to Brittney Hibbs about which wines are marked down during March for a sweet... [Read More]
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