The Coast Guard has a new commander overseeing operations in northern New England.
The Vermont Senate has approved legislation that would remove criminal penalties and replace them with civil fines like a traffic ticket for possession of up to an ounce of marijuana.
The National Ski Areas Association is reporting that ski resorts in New England and New York rebounded this past winter from a lackluster 2012 season with a 20 percent increase in skier visits.
Vermont lawmakers have a heavy agenda this week as they work to end the session by Saturday.
The Vermont Public Service Board says the 16-turbine industrial wind project in Sheffield is meeting its noise standards and is in compliance with its Certificate of Public Good.
A forty-four-year-old Burlington High School Spanish teacher, Giovanna Yaranga, was arraigned Monday and pleaded not guilty to charges of sexual exploitation of a minor.
The Vermont House has given preliminary approval to a bill that would allow immigrant farmworkers who are in the country illegally to drive in Vermont, with a new type of driver's privilege card.
Vermont officials say dry, breezy conditions have created a high risk for wild fires.
With just a week or two to go in this year's Vermont Legislative session, it's becoming clear that lawmakers won't pass a bill requiring labels on genetically modified food.
Spring has officially arrived in the Green Mountains.