About 30 Vermont Air National Guard members are headed to Afghanistan where they will provide engineering support at a coalition airbase.
Vermont authorities have found two offenders who escaped a work crew in Norwich.
Former Vermont governor Howard Dean says next week's presidential election is too close to call.
Nearly all of the power outages have been repaired in Vermont after Sandy brought high winds and rain to the state.
An unknown number of women and Hispanic farmers in Vermont may have been improperly denied loans over a nearly 20 year period, beginning in 1981. Now the Farm Service Agency in Vermont is trying to get the word out to help some of these farmers get the documents they need to apply for restitution.
Interest in early voting is very high is several parts of the state. In some communities it's expected that as many as a third of all voters will cast their ballot before Election Day.
Governor Peter Shumlin says Vermont has offered support and assistance to other states hit harder by superstorm Sandy, including sending two Vermont National Guard helicopters to New Jersey.
A Springfield man has been accused of throwing a bottle at a state trooper and injuring him in a scuffle at a gas station.
Governor Peter Shumlin is one of many state officials who are relieved that Vermont dodged the extremely high winds and massive power outages that Sandy brought to the mid-Atlantic coast.
People in southeastern Vermont are waking up to driving rain this morning and more than a thousand households are without power.
Starting out as Hurricane, and eventually morphing into Tropical Storm Sandy, swept through Vermont last night, and the overall assessment seems to be "it could have been worse."
Green Mountain Power had warned that the Rutland area might be especially hard hit by last night's storm, but the city weathered the storm well.
Some residents of Wilmington may have faced Hurricane Sandy with apprehension, after the devastation and long climb back from Tropical Storm Irene. The region was spared the worst of this storm, but Wilmington was ready.
The high winds predicted for the Northeast Kingdom were sporadic, hitting some pockets harder than others.
A digital clearinghouse for those looking for help - or looking to help - that materialized in the wake of Tropical Storm Irene has geared up again - this time for Hurricane Sandy.
Across the Northeast, everyone is watching the path of Hurricane Sandy, which is predicted to merge with other systems into a kind of super storm. In Vermont, this storm comes just 14 months after the devastation of Tropical Storm Irene. Officials are taking the threat seriously.
Hurricane Sandy has been an unwelcome reminder for many Vermonters who suffered during Tropical Storm Irene 14 months ago. Those affected by Irene spent this weekend getting ready for a dangerous storm - even as they continued to recover from the previous one.
As the election approaches, the Vermont secretary of state's office is offering information online about the statewide candidates.
A Vermont man living in a tent almost 14 months after his rented home was destroyed by flooding from Tropical Storm Irene should have a home in Windsor by winter, thanks to the efforts of the local Habitat for Humanity chapter.
The Vermont Economic Development Authority says it made 299 emergency loans to help Vermont respond to damage caused by Tropical Storm Irene.
Mental health professionals are prepared for the emotional wreckage that Hurricane Sandy could cause among people who dealt with another devastating storm a year ago.
All across the region, officials, homeowners and business leaders are preparing for Hurricane Sandy. Those preparations with the memories of Tropical Storm Irene's devastation fresh in mind.
A stream crossing in Townshend is the test culvert for building back town infrastructure in a more resilient fashion after the devastation of Tropical Storm Irene. The Federal Emergency Management Agency says it won't pay for larger culverts like the one in Townshend that the state says are needed to withstand future floods. FEMA says the state is applying inconsistent standards.
Vermont officials are urging farmers to prepare for power outages and flooding from the next storm predicted to move up the coast.
After nearly 20 years of debate to get approval for a Wal-Mart in St. Albans, the developers are holding a ceremony to thank supporters.
In Brattleboro, two dreams have moved closer to reality. One is the dream of restoring the Brooks House, an important downtown building, gutted by fire in 2011. There's also the dream of a downtown college campus that would bring students and jobs to Brattleboro's Main Street.
The Shumlin administration is encouraging state employees with children to consider dropping the kids from their health care plan, and enrolling them in Dr. Dynosaur. The administration says the change could save state employees a lot of money.
The legal debate over the future of the Vermont Yankee nuclear plant is heating up at federal appeals court and at the state Public Service Board. The state this week laid out a detailed case for why the plant should not get a new 20 year state permit to operate.
The U.S. attorney's office says three of the men were arrested Thursday at a gas station in South Burlington, after several area businesses reported receiving fake bills.
Governor Peter Shumlin and key lawmakers want the state to add $8.8 million to the Low Income Home Heating Assistance Program.
The hazard mitigation home buyout program is designed to buy and remove flood-damaged properties to reduce future hazards. So far, FEMA has approved the buy-out of 78 homes, 14 of which are second homes. But one hard-hit town has decided not to apply on behalf of second homeowners.