A 23-year-old skier from New Hampshire has died after losing control on an intermediate trail at a Vermont resort and crashing into trees.
Vermont, New York and Quebec renewed a pact on Monday to preserve Lake Champlain and its watershed.
Budget writers in the Vermont House are closing in on approving a spending plan for the coming fiscal year that calls for about $53 million in cuts, $35 million in new taxes and $24 million in what are termed "one-time" expenditures.
Two young boys remain hospitalized after they and their mother became lost on New York's highest peak and were rescued by forest rangers.
Tens of thousands of chickens died in a fire Thursday at one of the largest egg producing farms in New York.
The interim general manager of the Burlington Electric Department has been nominated to serve in the position permanently.
The Vermont State Board of Education has voted to suspend the use of scores from a new standardized test this year to evaluate schools.
Top Vermont officials have announced contingency plans under which the federal government could take over the state's health insurance exchange, or there could be a hybrid federal-state system.
The Vermont Department of Labor says an employee took private information from the department's unemployment insurance program database.
A number of protesters and activists this week were at the Vermont Public Service Board as it met with Vermont Gas for a routine meeting about its natural gas pipeline permit review.