5 hrs ago | WPTZ-TV Plattsburgh
Hotel Vermont quietly opened its doors Friday after 18 months of construction, though not all its 125 guest rooms are quite finished.
14 hrs ago | WPTZ-TV Plattsburgh
Thirty-two hundred Vermonters have signed up to take the 'pledge' this week, finding alternatives to driving alone in the car to work.
19 hrs ago | WCAX-TV Burlington
Federal agents warn residents in a Burlington neighborhood to stay clear of a house they say could be contaminated.
20 hrs ago | Williston Observer
Paula Lee of South Burlington is passionate about self-defense. In the hope of passing that passion on to others, she and her business partner, Gerald McCan, have opened the Self Defense Institute, Ltd.
Yesterday | WCAX-TV Burlington
Winter events at Burlington's Waterfront Park are in limbo. A permitting controversy has the city and a popular charity scrambling to find a solution.
The "Way to Go" Multi-Modal Bike Tour kicked off Thursday morning in downtown Burlington.
Each year, millions of women contemplating a hysterectomy must weigh the pros and cons of the procedure.
"We decided to come down here and do random acts of kindness because we saw it on the internet and we thought it was a good idea, so we made all these flowers," said Norah Mitchell, a student.
Peter Selikowitz is the new director of the Potomac Community Center on Falls Road.
White River Junction artist Benjamin Peberdy doesn't sign his name to the collages he creates, he brands them with a logo.
When director Baz Luhrmann went on "The Colbert Report" last week to talk about his new adaptation of The Great Gatsby , he mentioned that a "very regal woman" took him by the hands after the movie's world premiere and told him she'd come all the way from Vermont to see what he'd done with her grandfather's book.
Behind every great guitar, fiddle, mando or upright bass player stands a string doctor, a skilled luthier who answers the call when an instrument needs work.
For more than a decade, the number of Vermonters treated for heroin addiction held steady at around 600 or 700 individuals a year, even as the number treated for synthetic opiates such as oxycodone skyrocketed.
It's been said that trying standup comedy for the first time is as scary as performing a high-wire act blindfolded.
This year, the Burlington bagel scene entered a brave new world. With spring came two new, busy bagel bakeries - the Bagel Place in South Burlington and Feldman's Bagels on Pine Street.