BURLINGTON — A Chittenden County woman, who authorities say bought firearms and took them to New York, pleaded not guilty in U.S. District Court in Burlington on Monday to providing false information to a Waterbury gun dealer during one acquisition in March.

PLAINFIELD — The union that represents faculty and staff at Goddard College’s Plainfield campus wants a mask mandate for those on campus, but the school’s president says that’s because some employees don’t want to get vaccinated and want to wear masks instead.

MONTPELIER — The first year of both contracts already has lapsed, and the second year is now three months old, but unionized members of Montpelier’s police and public works departments have newly ratified multi-year labor agreements.

BARRE — For the first time in more than two years, fireworks will light up the night sky over the Granite City. It is likely the first time the display will occur on the first Friday in October rather than the last Saturday in July.

BARRE — Regular testing could provide a “game-changing” answer to a local school district that has been forced to send large numbers of students home for extended periods of time since classes resumed nearly month ago.

It has to be one of the strangest and funniest love scenes ever. Middlebury Acting Company opened an hilarious and deeply touching production of John Patrick Shanley’s 2014 romantic comedy “Outside Mullingar” — and it was ever so Irish — under a tent behind the Swift House Inn. The final per…

While the insurance companies in some states are no longer paying for COVID treatment without a co-pay for customers, Vermont still requires the companies pay for treatment and testing at no charge.

MONTPELIER — Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine booster doses will be available starting Friday to people in Vermont who are 80 or older, according to state officials.

A former West Pawlet resident is behind bars in Alaska after he made multiple threats to return to Vermont with plans to kill family members and friends, and was also planning to blow up a state police barracks in Massachusetts, court records show.

A former West Pawlet resident is behind bars in Alaska after he made multiple threats to return to Vermont with plans to kill family members and friends, and was also planning to blow up a state police barracks in Massachusetts, court records show.

MONTPELIER — After months of debate that featured more than a few apocalyptic predictions, a policy that outlines where homeless folks can camp in Montpelier was resolved by the City Council.

BARRE TOWN — A resident’s effort to allow ATVs on town roads is on hold until the spring, after the town’s Traffic Safety Advisory Committee recommended against such permission.

EAST MONTPELIER — A 10-month-old request considered crucial to plans for Berlin’s “new town center” encountered an unexpected obstacle Wednesday night when its three representatives to the Washington Central Unified Union School Board expressed concern about deeding up to 7.4 acres of distri…

CASTLETON — More than 1,000 Castleton University alumni have signed a letter urging the Vermont State College System’s board of trustees to reconsider its current rebranding efforts.

NORTHFIELD — It was an overcast day, but if those who know Norwich University’s 24th president are to be believed, the future is bright for the private military school.

BURLINGTON – A former Central Vermont doctor, who has been sued by two mothers on claims he secretly used his sperm — instead of the intended donor’s — to impregnate the women more than 40 years ago, is now facing unprofessional conduct charges from the State of Vermont.

PLAINFIELD — Footing the bill for the replacement of water and sewer lines for the Route 2/Main Street intersection fix, fixing a road to the town forest and air purifiers for the Plainfield Co-op were some of the ideas floated Tuesday for the use of federal pandemic relief funds.

BARRE — Five weeks from retirement, Police Chief Tim Bombardier lamented the damage he believes has been done by those who parrot the phrase “defund the police,” but suggested he wouldn’t be opposed to defunding the Central Vermont Public Safety Authority.

A program paying for several hundred Vermonters experiencing homelessness to live in hotel rooms got a reprieve from the governor on Tuesday.

BERLIN — It may not go far, but the Select Board here is wondering whether Central Vermont Medical Center can be persuaded to contribute something toward the day-to-day operations of the town.

MONTPELIER — While coronavirus cases are up in Vermont, likely due to the Labor Day weekend, Gov. Phil Scott said increased cases alone will not cause him to declare another state of emergency.

BERLIN – The owner of a 98-unit senior housing development still under construction recently received a six-figure property tax bill from the town and has asked to start a five-year tax stabilization agreement a few months early.

MONTPELIER — The Vermont State Colleges System Board of Trustees this week received the recommendation of Vermont State University for the name of the new institution unifying Castleton University, Northern Vermont University and Vermont Technical College.

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The Vermont Workers Center organized a March for Medicaid at City Hall Park in Barre on Saturday. The march was part of the Nonviolent Medicaid Army Week of Action. The marchers started out from City Hall Park in Barre, chanting “Health care is a human right.” Here, Rosa Kelman, 3, holds up …

BARRE — Karl Rinker is still smiling after a weekend auction fetched $40,000 from bidders eager to land one of more than three dozen unconventional art items that spent the summer on curbside display in downtown Barre.

The Department of Public Safety announced this week that Mourning Fox, who had been deputy commissioner of the Vermont Department of Mental Health, has been hired as the first director of mental health programs for the department that oversees Vermont State Police and Vermont Emergency Management.

WATERBURY CENTER — A South Carolina man died and a Vermont truck driver was injured in a six-vehicle crash that closed a section of Vermont Route 100 in Waterbury Center on Thursday afternoon.