All this week, jackhammers have been destroying a small dam on the Wells River in Groton. The dam was built in 1908 to power Groton homes but it’s been useless since it was damaged by the 1927 flood.
A leading environmentalist says fish populations in the Connecticut River have rebounded after the shutdown of the Vermont Yankee nuclear plant.
The plug has been pulled—for now—on an enormous solar array project planned by the state's largest power company. Green Mountain Power says strong community opposition has prompted…
Rutland Mayor Christopher Louras has called for a special joint meeting Thursday to bring local leaders up to speed on a 2013 civil suit involving the city that alleges racial profiling…
Sen. Patrick Leahy says the likelihood that Iran will develop a nuclear weapon in the next decade has been greatly reduced because enough Senate Democrats are supporting President Obama's…
When the fantasy worlds created in literature by H.G. Wells and Jules Verne collide with Victorian era gears, gadgets and goggles, you get Steampunk. Next weekend, Springfield is the…
Canadian author Louise Penny conjured the small village of Three Pines for her bestselling Chief Inspector Gamache series. The idyllic town in the Eastern Townships of Quebec, just…
Earlier this month, master SCUBA diver Annette Spaulding of Rockingham found a mysterious rock carving beneath the Connecticut River that she had been searching for since 1979.
While much discussion of water pollution in Vermont focuses on excessive nutrients, there’s another problem pollutant in our waters.
A Fleeting Animal
Fish populations increase in Ct River with #VT Yankee gone. Correlation or causation TBD #VPRNews #vtpoli digital.vpr.net/post/fish-stoc…
Updated: Double the duration and volume reported this morning. #VPRNews twitter.com/dirtywatervt/s…
ICYMI: Vermont's 'Crumbling' Underground Water Infrastructure Demands Expensive Repairs tinyurl.com/nlyo4rd #VPRnews
State Gets Hearing Before NRC Board On Yankee Decommissioning Notice
Swanton Wind Notifies Towns Of Plan To Construct Up To 7 Turbines
Update: Bruce Lisman Running For Governor As A Republican
Vermont highway safety officials are concerned about the number of people driving on the interstate well beyond the speed limit. In just the last month a number of drivers have been clocked at over a hundred miles per hour.
Schools are a great environment for children to learn and make friends. But it is also where they experience aggressions targeted towards them like bullying, harassment and hazing.
Last week, Vermont was recognized by the USDA for the state's programs to support and promote breastfeeding. At the same time, the issue of a mother's decision to breastfeed - or not to - can lead to particularly charged…
How's work? It's a question that when asked of a friend can open a massive can of worms. Sometimes they can't stop gushing about how great things are going and about the new promotion. Other times you'll hear a never-ending…
A Grant To Tackle Opioid Dependency Across The State
Corrections Department Looks To Improve Health Oversight
Open Door Clinic Ends Rides For Migrant Workers
Hearing Scheduled On Cabot Creamery Wastewater Permit Renewal
Public Post: ATVs On State Land, Long-Range Planning, Harvesting Milfoil
Norwich Recreation Council Is Thinking Long-Term
Environmentalists Raise Concerns Over Cabot's Wastewater Disposal Practices
Vermont's 'Crumbling' Underground Water Infrastructure Demands Expensive Repairs
Report: Some Vt. Employers May Misclassify Workers As 'Contractors' To Avoid Expensive Benefits
Leahy: Iran Nuclear Deal Will Help Avert War In Mideast
McQuiston: Ethics Commission Objections
Matt Dunne To Challenge Shap Smith In Democratic Primary
Groton Dam Demolition Makes Way For Trout
Fish Stocks Rebound After Vermont Yankee Shutdown
Tiny Plastics Could Cause Big Problems In Vermont’s Waters
Gears, Gadgets And Goggles: The Springfield Steampunk Festival
Art Hounds: Outdoor Concerts, Fundraisers & Garcia
Small-Town Bookstore Inspires Best-Selling Canadian Author
Joe Biden doesn't sound like a man who's preparing for a grueling presidential campaign.
Kim Davis, a clerk in Rowan County, Ky., is in jail for refusing to issue marriage licenses after same-sex marriage became legal. A same-sex couple received a marriage license in Davis' office Friday morning…
We're not shy about our affinity for the Cherokee Purple, a purplish package of sweet, acid and savory tomato greatness.
The image of the lifeless body of a boy on a Turkish beach has stunned the world and focused attention on the growing migrant crisis that has seen tens of thousands of refugees flee fighting in the Middle…