TUTWILER, Miss. – Vermont officials called an outbreak of COVID-19 among Vermont’s out-of-state inmates housed in a Mississippi prison “pretty much over’ during a news conference Friday.
MONTPELIER – Friday saw public health restrictions on lodging and bars soften as Gov. Phil Scott announced another “spigot turn” amid a slow spread of COVID-19 in Vermont.
MONTPELIER – While household survey data shows unemployment in the Green Mountain State continuing to fall from pandemic heights, state officials are arguing unemployment rates don’t present the full picture.
ST. ALBANS — A new state program will pay farmers directly for reducing the amount of phosphorus going from their farms into Lake Champlain.
MONTPELIER — With deer hunting season just around the corner, the Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department has gathered all of the changes to the regulations for this year’s season in a single webpage.
MONTPELIER – The Vermont House of Representatives voted Thursday to override Gov. Phil Scott’s veto of the Global Warming Solutions Act, legislation mandating specific reductions in carbon emissions.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Vermont Senators Patrick Leahy, D, and Bernie Sanders, I, joined with 29 colleagues to urge President Donald Trump to work with Congress to protect families from eviction.
ST. ALBANS — 14th Star Brewing Co. is joining the Brewing Funds the Cure initiative with the donation of all proceeds of Rising Hope IPA to the National Pediatric Cancer Foundation (NPCF).
SWANTON – The emerald ash borer, a small penny-sized beetle originally from Asia, has been spotted in a Franklin County insect trap, according to the Agency of Natural Resources (ANR).
SWANTON – Throughout the summer and continuing into the fall, Franklin Grand Isle Bookmobile is partnering with the Franklin Northeast Supervisory Union (FNESU) LEAPS Afterschool Program to bring over 1,400 new books with activity ideas to families of students throughout the Supervisory Union.
ST. ALBANS CITY — The St. Albans Police Dept. (SAPD) presented a draft of a new internal affairs policy to the St. Albans City Council on Monday night, outlining how complaints and investigations into those complaints will be handled.
As we enjoy these last days of summer and the arrival of fall, we look back to the seasonal pursuits of years past, when you could take the trolley car to St. Albans Bay and board a steamship for a day’s excursion cruise on Lake Champlain.
ST. ALBANS — It was a tough week for vehicles in St. Albans, with tires being slashed and catalytic converters stolen. There were also numerous reports of vehicles lingering in parking lots. No information on whether or not their drivers were lingering with them.
RUTLAND — Federal district court Judge Geoffrey Crawford has dismissed a suit seeking to alter the state’s plan to send mail-in ballots to all registered voters beginning Friday.
MONTPELIER – Gov. Phil Scott vetoed Tuesday legislation mandating Vermont reach specific carbon emissions targets, setting the stage for an attempted veto override from Vermont’s legislature.
MONTPELIER — Deer hunters who applied for a Vermont muzzleloader season antlerless deer permit by the August 12 deadline can now go to the Vermont Fish and Wildlife website (www.vtfishandwildlife.com) to see if they won a permit.
ST. ALBANS CITY – The organizations formed to fill Vermont’s broadband gaps had a message for Rep. Peter Welch, D – Vt., Wednesday: broadband could come only with additional funds and a level playing field.
ST. ALBANS CITY — St. Albans City voters will likely be asked to weigh in on another infrastructure project this coming March — a new water tank.
ST. ALBANS — The Samaritan House in St. Albans will benefit from donations that resulted from the efforts of a group of businesses to support people without stable housing in the region.
Fall brings many great things that come in beautiful shades of orange, yellow, red and brown. Pumpkins and winter squash are among the most wonderful of these.
MORISVILLE — Twenty-four archers traveled to the Lamoille Valley Fish and Game club on Sunday, Sept. 13, for the first annual Colby Pattee Foundation 3-D Archery Shoot, held in honor of Colby Pattee.
ST. ALBANS CITY — Train whistles can still be heard through St. Albans on a daily basis, but none of them since March have indicated that passengers are making their way down the line.
MONTPELIER – The nation’s leading infectious disease expert has praised Vermont’s response to COVID-19 but warned Vermonters to remain “prudent” as fall and winter approach.
ALBURGH — The Franklin County community came together for fireworks in early September in support of a new child care center in Alburgh.
SWANTON – Police are asking for help in identifying a man seen attempting to break into cars near Woods Hill Road and Construction Drive in Swanton early Sunday morning.
MONTPELIER – State officials announced last week a new online system for temporary vehicle registrations and license plates for private vehicle sales.
MONTPELIER – The Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department is reminding hunters of a regulation designed to help keep Vermont deer healthy by banning the use of any deer lure containing natural deer urine or other deer bodily fluids.
ENOSBURG FALLS – It was the end of students’ first week back to school and Jennifer Hubbard, Enosburg Falls Elementary School’s new principal, beamed a smile from behind her mask.
ESSEX JUNCTION – Four Vermont rivers leading to Lake Champlain will be treated for invasive sea lamprey in the coming weeks, according to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
MONTPELIER — On Friday, Governor Phil Scott announced that he’s once again extending Vermont’s State of Emergency.
ST. ALBANS CITY – According to the St. Albans City’s interim fire chief, fire crews from St. Albans City and St. Albans Town had managed to confine a fire at the Cadillac Motel to a single room Friday afternoon.
MONTPELIER – Vermont is set to receive nearly $4 million in federal funds to support the state’s suicide prevention work, according to a Thursday announcement from Gov. Phil Scott’s administration.
MILTON — The Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department celebrated the 100th anniversary of Wildlife Management Areas (WMAs) and its legacy of conservation Thursday at the Sandbar WMA in Milton.