Rivers across the state are high and rising with a combination of snow melt and rain contributing to a surge, which officials say is likely to lead to flooding.
Vermont is poised to become the first state in the country to require the labeling of food products made with genetically modified organisms.
As home to the nation’s first primary, New Hampshire is the place candidates go to explore their prospects for a presidential campaign.
Almost everyone’s seen a cat video on the Internet. Whether it’s a slapstick routine set to an impressive soundtrack or just a cute, furry face, the…
There’s a new look to the entrance of the VA Hospital in White River Junction. The sprawling campus now has an iron gate at the main entrance.There is…
The consultant hired by the Vermont Legislature to advise lawmakers on health care reform has developed a concept that differs significantly from the single-payer…
It’s only three and a half pages long. And it’s much more of a conceptual outline than a fully formed plan. But a March 24 memo, authored by a policy…
Three months after pleading guilty to embezzlement charges, the former manager of the Border Lodge Credit Union in Derby has been sentenced to three years…
Lyme disease was first diagnosed in 1975 in Connecticut. Over the last 40 years, the disease and the insect that carries it, blacklegged tick, have become…
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Symphony No. 6
#WillistonVT PD reporting North Williston, Van Sicklen & River Cove Roads have reopened to traffic. #btv #springflood #PublicPost #VPRNews
9 #VT roads remain closed due to flooding - down from a high of 21. #springflood #PublicPost #VPRNews
#StJVT Police warning water to be shut off on Western Ave 4/17 @ 8 am for valve replacements. Should be back by 5. #NEK #PublicPost #VPRNews
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In 1970, nearly half of all mothers stayed home to raise their children. In the next several decades though, more and more women returned to work after having children. Pew Research Center has released…
A groundbreaking survey reports that nearly 2 out of 3 transgender people say they've been victims of physical assault. Most of those crimes are never reported to police. This year, the Justice Department…
Yes, it is true that gardening requires patience.
General Motors is signaling its plans to ask a bankruptcy judge for protection from lawsuits related to a defective switch recall. As Michigan Radio's Tracy Samilton reports, the action could further complicate…
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The University of Chicago Press recently published a gorgeous book about architecture, with compelling text and spectacular photos. It’s entitled The Library, A World History. It takes us from the ruins…
Last month Generator, a new maker space in downtown Burlington, opened its doors to the public. Housed in the basement of the old Memorial Auditorium, it sported a clean, open floor plan, lots of tools…
We moved to Vermont at the end of June six years ago and enjoyed every hour of the sublime summer, followed by a glorious fall and a very long white winter. After that, it was no longer beautiful. It was,…
Two weeks ago, when the long winter was still holding onto Vermont with its icy fingers, I wondered if there’d be much of a maple sugaring season at all this year. But now that we’ve had several days…