A man who renounced his U.S. citizenship in 1948 and for the next six decades led a movement for global citizenship has died in Vermont.
Vermont Governor Peter Shumlin says he's disappointed that the operator of the region's electric grid decided to scale back renewable energy production during peak energy demand caused by the recent heat wave.
Senator Bernie Sanders says he hopes President Barack Obama's choice for the next person to head the Federal Reserve will be an advocate for the middle class.
The U.S. Department of Transportation is providing Vermont $1 million to help the state recover from a series of spring and summer floods that damaged roads across the state.
Vermont Governor Peter Shumlin says newly released sex offender Timothy Szad is heading to California.
A committee of the Burlington City council is reviewing a law that requires businesses that contract with the city to pay a livable wage.
A Canadian company has been awarded a nearly $165 million contract to build 300 New York City transit buses at its planned Plattsburgh facility.
Burlington VT and Ithaca NY are ranked in Kiplinger’s Personal Finance’s top ten list of Great Places to Live.
Officials involved in setting up Vermont's new health care exchange say they're confident it will be ready to enroll individuals and small businesses by its scheduled Oct. 1 startup date.
Vermont prison officials say they have a new plan for a high-risk sex offender due to be released from prison: He's moving out of state, but they won't say where.