The Vermont Senate is supporting a state board's ruling that pets don't belong in barber shops and beauty parlors.
More than two dozen Vermonters are going to be working together over the next six months to look for ways to help young women and girls in the state overcome obstacles to success.
Nova Bus in Plattsburgh will build 300 busses for the Chicago Transit Authority.
The owner of the Vermont Yankee Nuclear Power Plant has filed a new lawsuit against the state of Vermont. The company claims the state’s utility oversight board is preventing the company from installing federally required safety equipment.
The Adirondacks came to life at the state capitol in Albany Monday as a wide sector of interests were showcased during Adirondack Day.
Burlington police say a letter addressed to Vermont's lone congressman was "peculiar," but not dangerous and workers are back on the job.
The Vermont Health Department is investigating an infant salmonella case after child came in contact with a chick.
A planning commission in St. Johnsbury, Vt., has approved a power company's proposal to build a fishing pier.
A groundbreaking ceremony was held Monday for a state-of-the-art new laboratory for the Vermont Department of Health.
The family of a Vermont State Police trooper who was killed while trying to stop a fleeing suspect almost a decade ago has received a $4.5 million settlement from the state and its insurance carrier.