Elizabeth Carmack, who operates Taconic Dental Arts in Rutland and Bennington Dental Center with her husband Tyler Carmack, are opening up their operatories in lieu of Memorial Day on Friday, May 24, from 8 a.m.-3 p.m.
A Mount Holly woman is facing nine criminal charges, including four felonies, after police said she led them on a high-speed chase on Wednesday morning from Weathersfield to Ludlow.
A Pittsford woman is back in custody after she was released on May 10 for substance abuse treatment, but never showed up and instead used drugs.
An attorney representing a West Rutland man accused of attempted murder has been given until the end of the month to file a motion challenging the legality of the charge against her client.
BURLINGTON – The American Red Cross invites current donors and first-time blood donors to help patients in need at three “Click It or Ticket” blood drive locations across the state.
CASTLETON — With MHG’s solar array construction to begin soon, Castleton University is one of the newest partners buying up energy credits. “Right now, we have a small solar array on campus, but that production amounts to less than 1% of total energy,” said Communications Coordinator Elicia …
BARRE — The rules aren’t completely clear and neither is the prize, but a competition that has yielded positive results in some mid-sized New England cities has been retooled for rural Vermont.
BURLINGTON — A Vermont Superior Court jury found Steven D. Bourgoin, 38, of Williston guilty on five counts of second-degree murder for killing five Mad River Valley teens during a wrong-way crash on Interstate 89 in Chittenden County in October 2016.
The Environmental Protection Agency and the Vermont Department of Health are working together to make sure the Green Mountain State gets the lead out — of paint.
MONTPELIER — The Capital City is preparing for Bernie Sanders’ first political rally in the state as a 2020 presidential candidate, with crowds of 2,000 to 5,000 people expected on Saturday.
CHITTENDEN — A beaver dam built along a stream off West Road failed Saturday evening, but didn’t cause much damage.
PITTSFORD — The latest addition to the Pittsford Trail Network is its most difficult.
The Vermont Fish and Wildlife are urging people not to put their live pet fish into local waterways, according to a press release.
WEST RUTLAND — A local man suspected in a West Rutland gun incident entered a plea agreement on Tuesday and began to testify minutes later against the other suspect.
After almost 30 years on the job, the last day would be special for anyone.
Violating city zoning regulations can now cost up to $200 a day.
MONTPELIER – Abortion-rights advocates gathered outside the State House Tuesday evening to join the national fight against tough new laws in some states aimed at challenging the landmark U.S. Supreme Court decision, Roe v. Wade, that established a woman’s legal right to an abortion.
FAIR HAVEN — With the closing of the Kinder Way Cafe location in Fair Haven, one local couple said they weren’t about to let the storefront remain empty.
BURLINGTON — Former Rutland lawyer John Canney III, who was disbarred and jailed in 2017 for failing to pay taxes, is facing new legal problems.
BURLINGTON — A Vermont Superior Court jury deliberated into Tuesday night in a case concerning a Williston man charged with killing five Mad River Valley teens during a wrong-way crash on Interstate 89.
It’s time to see what the Northwest Neighborhood is thinking.
WALLINGFORD — Wallingford Day is coming back after a long hiatus, according to its organizers.
Joe Giancola is still trying to get a lower tax bill on the Dana building, but is no longer trying to invalidate the entire grand list.
PROCTOR — Police are investigating a burglary that took place on Monday morning, according to a release from the Vermont State Police.
Caitlin McKane is marking the 15th anniversary of her high school graduation by coming back to Rutland High School to give the commencement address.
A Pittsford man is being held without bail after police said he hit his girlfriend with his truck outside of her Proctor home on Saturday and drove off.
PROCTOR — The floors are gleaming, the appliances pristine — come 7 a.m. today, The Market on West Street was set to be open for business, boasting fine local fare and affordable prices.
BURLINGTON — The fate of a Williston man charged with killing five Central Vermont teenagers during a wrong-way crash on Interstate 89 in Chittenden County 2½ years ago will be put into the hands of a jury on Tuesday.
BRANDON — There’s talk of changing the classification of 15,000 acres of wetland along Otter Creek from Brandon to Middlebury, a move that would potentially affect about 500 landowners.
POULTNEY — On a breezy, sunny Sunday morning, Green Mountain College’s lawn outside Griswold Libary shone bright with emerald gowns and fluffy yellow dandelions behind every ear, on each lapel, and clutched in bouquets in an overflowing crowd.
PITTSFORD — Police have cited a Pittsford man for involuntary manslaughter in the death of a Proctor woman who authorities say he hit with his car.
BRANDON — “Carmen,” the musical comedy?
The College of St. Joseph celebrated its final graduates on Saturday, the last 93 candidates to grace the stage in the college’s gymnasium.
CASTLETON — As the oldest university in Vermont celebrated it’s 232nd commencement, former governor James Douglas urged students to remain, to build their lives, careers and families in Vermont, where the population is fast decreasing and aging.
PROCTOR — State Police are investigating the suspicious death of a woman that was reported early Saturday on Market Street in Proctor, according to a news release Saturday afternoon.
Police say a Rutland man broke into and stole from the office of a dentist where his aunt worked.
PITTSFORD — Law enforcement officers from around the state joined Gov. Phil Scott and U.S. Attorney Christina Nolan at the Vermont Criminal Justice Training Academy on Friday to honor police and others who have died in the line of duty.
BURLINGTON — A Burlington psychiatrist testified Friday that he believes the driver that killed five Central Vermont teens was not criminally insane during a head-on crash on Interstate 89.
Kiwanis of Rutland is giving away 150 free bicycle helmets to children on Sunday at its annual Bike Rodeo Safety Day. The event is from 1 to 4 p.m. at Giorgetti Park. Volunteers will be on hand to properly size helmets and teach children basic bicycle riding safety skills. There will be free…
With more than 20 people seeking the Democratic Party’s presidential nomination so far, it might be a challenge for some to stand out in the crowd. A few Vermonters who’ve endorsed Sen. Bernie Sanders’ bid have some ideas on how he might succeed.
Speakers at the dedication Friday called Rutland’s newest sculpture a memorial to the city’s past and a marker of its future.
BRANDON — The town wants to return to the negotiating table with the company managing its transfer station.
For reasons I won’t go into, I found myself looking at the roll call vote for S.169.
A local man was ordered held without bail on Thursday after police said he robbed the China Kitchen at gunpoint and pointed a gun at a customer on Wednesday night.
Getting involved with the kind of causes that include anything from supporting access for the disabled to opposing nuclear bombers being stationed in Vermont can be challenging, but information could be the key and the Peace and Justice Center is bringing together 15 groups on Sunday to prov…
A local man is facing several drug-related charges after being arrested on Wednesday by members of the Vermont Drug Task Force.
BURLINGTON — Testimony focused on cell phone towers and text messages during the ninth day of the trial of a Williston man on trial for driving the wrong way on Interstate 89 and slamming into a car carrying five teenagers from the Mad River Valley.
MONTPELIER — Student activists disrupted a session at the State House Thursday to protest a lack of legislation to combat climate change in Vermont.
The fire at 75 South Main St. remains under investigation two weeks later, police said Thursday.
A solar developer’s argument that an investigation into its project off Cold River Road isn’t warranted is being met with rebuttal from the Department of Public Service.