Two local schools, the St. Albans Town Educational Center (SATEC) and Bellows Free Academy (BFA) in Fairfax, have reported COVID-19 cases.
In 2020, we've been introduced to a whole new dictionary of words and terms. "Social distancing," "remote learning" and "flattening the curve" are now phrases we hear on a regular basis. A "close contact" is one of these new terms, and it's extremely important to know what it means and who i…
ST. ALBANS TOWN/FAIRFAX – New cases of COVID-19 have been found in two Franklin County schools, according to reporting from both school officials and Vermont’s health department.
MONTPELIER — Windham County Senator Becca Balint is poised to become the first woman to lead the Vermont Senate as President Pro Tempore.
ST. ALBANS — Just a few miles from St. Albans downtown, this lakefront home has peace and quiet built in. The 1940s house is situated on about an acre in St. Albans Bay right on Lake Champlain and has “last-house-on-the-road privacy.”
If you want an outdoor, distanced and educational place to visit with the family, Milton has opened a General Stannard Memorial Park, honoring a Franklin County native and Civil War hero.
ST. ALBANS — State and non-profit funding for child care programs awarded in 2020 will help create 57 new child care spaces in Franklin County and 40 in Alburgh.
MILTON — The efforts of the Milton Historical Society to preserve the legacy of Civil War General George Stannard in Milton took a step forward last month with the opening of the long-awaited General Stannard Memorial Park off of U.S. Route 7 in Milton. Visitors to the park will find new wal…
ST. ALBANS TOWN – While the event’s Running of the Bells has moved online, St. Albans’s wider Holiday Extravaganza scheduled for this coming Friday has been called off due to COVID-19.
When should I be tested for COVID-19?Vermont’s health department recommends testing for people who have symptoms of COVID-19 or may have come into close contact with an individual testing positive for COVID-19.
HIGHGATE – Police are asking for help with identifying two men who reportedly assaulted a homeowner in Highgate while impersonating officers from the Vermont Fish and Wildlife Dept.
ESSEX JUNCTION — In response to a surge in COVID-19 cases across the state, the Vermont National Guard is reconstructing the Alternate Healthcare Facility at the Champlain Valley Exposition Center.
ST. ALBANS CITY — Community College of Vermont has completed its move into downtown St. Albans. CCV has relocated from its campus on the city’s southern edge into a new building in the heart of downtown.
SWANTON – When a CNN graphic seemingly dismissed Native American voters as “Something Else,” Sage Gould, a local 10-year-old from the Abenaki community, decided she needed to say something.
Who: Dr. Lowrey Sullivan, a physician with Northwestern OB/GYN and President of the Northwestern Medical Center Medical Staff
SWANTON — Vermont State Police (VSP) has reported that Corey Bluto, 36, of Highgate, was charged Wednesday afternoon for possessing a firearm when he was prohibited from doing so.
MONTPELIER — Apple Inc. has agreed to pay the State of Vermont $1.16 million to settle claims that the company deliberately slowed down certain iPhones.
ST. ALBANS – If there was a takeaway from advocates’ virtual meeting with Rep. Peter Welch, D – Vt., on Tuesday, it was that federal stimulus may have helped stem an expected surge in hunger.
ST. ALBANS - Because of new COVID-19 regulations that the state of Vermont has put in place, the annual Running of the Bells event will look a little different this year.
For many families, it wouldn’t be Thanksgiving without turkey. But proper food preparation and handling is necessary to avoid an unwanted guest for the holiday: foodborne illness.
ENOSBURGH – Enosburgh’s annual holiday lights parade has been cancelled this year due to a climbing number of COVID-19 cases, an Enosburg Business Association (EBA) announcement read Tuesday.
For the first time since announcing new COVID-19 mitigation measures on Friday, Gov. Phil Scott and other state officials today provided additional information on the guidelines and up-to-date virus data.
ST. ALBANS – As new cases of COVID-19 continue a new surge in Vermont, state health officials are continuing to track additional cases more locally in Franklin and Grand Isle counties as well.
ST. ALBANS CITY – As the holiday season approaches and pandemic reliefs sunset, NorthWest Family Foods (NWFF) is expecting its St. Albans food shelf to see a greater demand in the coming weeks.
ST. ALBANS — Here’s a look at a local property that has been on the market for nine months. It was built about 30 years ago and has some incredible views of the area.
BURLINGTON, Vt. – The University of Vermont Health Network announced Friday visitor access to its network of New York and Vermont hospitals would be limited amid a regional surge in COVID-19 cases.
ST. ALBANS — Pam Cross, the retired registered nurse who organized a community effort to make masks early in the COVID-19 pandemic, has been named the recipient of Northwestern Medical Center’s 2020 Community Service Award.