Vermont is getting more than $212 million in Congressional spending for 38 projects included in Senate appropriations bills, according to the office of Sen. Patrick Leahy, chair of the Senate Appropriations Committee.


Vermont’s primary election was a whirlwind in Chittenden County Tuesday night, with some hard-fought races for state senate, lieutenant governor, state’s attorney and Congress coming to a close.

With Vermont’s primary nearly upon us, here’s what you need to know to vote next Tuesday.


The Mad Pride March, a celebration of people who’ve struggled with mental health issues and traditional treatment services, returned to Vermont this summer after the COVID-19 pandemic turned m…

Looming shrubs and the tendrils of long grasses seem to be trying to return South Burlington’s old Pizza Hut back to nature. But they won’t get far.

Since the walls of Ho Hum Motel went up in South Burlington in 1950, the quaint, no-frills motor inn has changed hands at least thrice, housed tourists from across the country, been involved i…

Citing the need for both public safety and criminal justice reform in Chittenden County, nine labor unions representing police, fire and rescue personnel endorsed Ted Kenney’s bid to become th…

Baristas at the Starbucks on Shelburne Road are the latest in the country to join a sweeping unionization movement, and the first of the coffee chains in Vermont to make it official.

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The Office of Professional Regulation is looking to hold Walgreens accountable over unexpected closures, inadequate staffing and unprofessional behavior spanning locations across the state.

F-35A Lightning IIs from Eglin Air Force Base in Florida will be flying with Vermont’s 158th Fighter Wing through July 28.

Gazebo Senior Living in South Burlington is closing one of its two buildings, meaning over 30 seniors will have to find new housing by September.

The Shelburne Road Cemetery, one of South Burlington’s two municipal cemeteries, needs some TLC and local cemetery sextons are hoping community members will turn out to help.

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