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KILLINGTON — The distinctive voice belonging to Peter Graves entertained and informed the crowd at the 2022 Heroic Killington Cup over the wee…

KILLINGTON — The sport of Alpine skiing is one filled with adversity. It can fill you with the elation of victory, but also take away your opp…

Andrew Andary grew up in hockey country, hailing from Macomb, Michigan, a suburb of Detroit, also known as Hockey Town, USA.

World champion Lara Gut-Behrami of Switzerland has won her first World Cup giant slalom in more than six years with a triumphant second run. G…

Marijuana buds sat on a display counter where customers could size them up like steaks at a butcher shop.

Marijuana buds sat on a display counter where customers could size them up like steaks at a butcher shop.

There was a time when cats were kept for use as mousers and dogs for hunting, and wild animals often were domesticated as pets. Of all the wild creatures tamed by Vermonters, squirrels were, b…

KILLINGTON — The distinctive voice belonging to Peter Graves entertained and informed the crowd at the 2022 Heroic Killington Cup over the weekend. It is voice that has taken him to 13 Olympic Games.

KILLINGTON — The sport of Alpine skiing is one filled with adversity. It can fill you with the elation of victory, but also take away your opportunity in a second.

BURLINGTON — Yaniv Bazini got the scoring started in the 60th minute for the University of Vermont men's soccer team and the Catamounts cruised past UCLA 3-0 in the third round of the NCAA Tou…

Wendy Holdener’s lengthy wait for a slalom victory has come to an end although the Swiss skier had to share top spot with Anna Swenn Larsson. It was Holdener’s first slalom win after finishing…

Andrew Andary grew up in hockey country, hailing from Macomb, Michigan, a suburb of Detroit, also known as Hockey Town, USA.

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Tell me, how do you know the dance is over? “When the band is out of tune.”

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Imagine being a college student who’s trying to get ahead but faces obstacles at every turn.…

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