6 hrs ago | The Burlington Free Press
A man who authorities said drove his car at 102 mph in a 65 mph zone on Interstate 89 Monday said he was traveling so fast because he was in a hurry to get home, Vermont State Police in Williston said.
10 hrs ago | WCAX-TV Burlington
Although only a small patch of snow remains on the Killington Slopes, ski season is still front and center for developer Steven Selbo.
A car smashed into a building in the Northeast Kingdom Monday morning. Police say an Mary Bailey, 85, from Quebec, was making a trip to the Dollar General in Troy.
This coming week's 50th edition of the biennial event, which began in 1909 and bills itself as the oldest air show in the world, will include exhibits from six companies from Vermont, five from New Hampshire and one from Maine.
"The last few weeks have been hit or miss with the conditions. The course is in great shape but the course is very soggy," the golfer said.
Ethan D. Parry, 21, of Essex Junction was arrested Thursday on charges of burglary, possession of stolen property and fraud in connection with incidents at two South Burlington nursing homes, according to a statement released Friday by the Burlington Police Department.
F35 OPPONENTS SAYS THE AIR FORCE IS HIDING INFORMATION. THAT COMES ON THE SAME DAY 16 RELIGOUS LEADERS ASKED THE PENTAGON TO SLOW DOWN ITS BASING PROCESS.
$14. 652-0777, www.highergroundmusic.com. Originating in Portland, Maine, the bluegrass-tinged group Tricky Britches has scheduled a couple of shows in Vermont this weekend, starting at 7 p.m. Friday at Radio Bean in Burlington.
CVU players Cassie Manning and Sarah Caffry guard the net during the quarterfinal contest against top-seeded South Burlington High.
"We did arts and crafts, we did gatherings, it was just such a wonderful central place for us at camp holy cross," said Hattie Johnson of Camp Ta-Kum-Ta.
Six Vermont companies with ties to the aerospace and defense industries head to the Paris Air Show later this week, the world's oldest and largest trade show connecting commercial and military suppliers with potential customers.
At the University Mall in South Burlington, many shoppers flock to the food court for some good eats.
Ninety-five percent of Burlington International Airport traffic has nothing to do with the Vermont Air National Guard ; the flying of the F-16 represents 5 percent of the airport activity, and the Vermont Air Guard works very carefully to work with the surrounding communities to mitigate noise issues, a tradition for 67 years.