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Gun rights activists said they're concerned after Vermont Governor Phil Scott signed three major gun reform bills earlier in the week. [Read More]
An incoming wintery mix is causing some concern for flooding going into the week ahead. [Read More]
It's only April, but multiple candidates plan to vie for Vermont governor come November. [Read More]
Gun-rights supporters protested against three bills expected to be signed by Vermont's Governor next week. [Read More]
Hundreds of folks in Burlington laced up in support of MS. [Read More]
On Town Meeting Day Burlington voters said yes to question number six– asking the City Council to request the cancelation of the planned basing of... [Read More]
The grassroots organization 'Keep the Park Green' marched down Church Street in Burlington on Sunday in response to a recent Development Board decision. [Read More]
Maple Open House Weekend is back in Vermont yet again. [Read More]
A large crowd of Vermonters flooded the State House lawn to say 'no more school shootings' and stand up for stricter gun legislation on Saturday. [Read More]
You ask. We take action. One woman tells us a trip to Boston wasn't just convenient– it was lifesaving. [Read More]
Lyndon State College students woke up to a frightening email on Thursday. [Read More]
Recent weather has created the perfect recipe for avalanches and other dangers. Those looking to enjoy the snow this weekend need to be extra careful. [Read More]
For more than 20 years Magic Hat Brewing has raised more the $260,000 for the Vermont community through its Mardi Gras Weekend. [Read More]
South Burlington residents are weighing in on a proposed new library and City Hall building. [Read More]
In Plattsburgh, some say local cryptocurrency farms may be the reason for higher electric bills. [Read More]
The City of Plattsburgh has hired a new Director of Community Development. [Read More]
The City of Plattsburgh has hired a new Director of Community Development. [Read More]
Killington Town Highway crews have been hard at work following the most recent nor'easter. [Read More]
Voters in Richmond said 'no' to supporting a new police department. [Read More]
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