The state of Vermont has settled two “cramming” lawsuits that will refund more than $900,000 to 12,500 Vermont consumers. Vermont’s Attorney General talks about the settlement and a multi-state effort to curb the third-party billing practice.
On the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month many communities stopped to recognize veterans’ service to their country. One of the remembrances in Plattsburgh was held at the former Air Force base.
The Adirondack Scenic Railroad is a tourist train that provides scenic rides in the Lake Placid and Utica regions. In early October, a locomotive was vandalized. The damage is being investigated as a deliberate attempt to stop the train’s operations. North Country Bureau Chief Pat Bradley spoke with two of the non-profit railroad’s officials about the incident and how it is impacting future plans for the rail line.
The Vermont Department of Fish and Wildlife is warning people not to release aquarium fish into the state's waterways. The warning came after a non-native clown knife fish was found dead in a central Vermont pond.