Rosmarie Trapp, whose Austrian family the von Trapps was made famous in the musical and beloved movie “The Sound of Music,” has died.
Molly Healy and Matthew Gnoza tied the knot despite having an unexpected guest: a bomb cyclone.
Seven people entered Vermont illegally from Quebec by driving across the lawn of a library that straddles the U.S.-Canada border.
Months after toxins forced a Vermont high school to close its doors, students began attending classes in an old Macy’s department store.
Vermont Sen. Patrick Leahy was taken to a hospital Tuesday evening after not feeling well and later sent home after tests, a spokesman said, hours after the 80-year-old Democrat began presiding over the impeachment trial of former President Donald Trump.
Vermont Gov. Phil Scott says he voted for Joe Biden for president, making him the first Republican governor in the nation to acknowledge voting for the Democratic presidential candidate.
Every high school and middle school in Vermont will now provide free condoms to students under a new bill that was just signed into law.
A Vermont grocery store clerk claims that he was fired after he tried to stop a purse thief, according to a WCAX report.
Starting Sept. 1, Costa Rica said it will allow residents from six U.S. states to visit.
Police in the small Vermont town of Chester are helping drivers get into the holiday spirit and saving lives by getting drivers to slow down, according to a report.
Snowboarding pioneer Jake Burton Carpenter has died at the age of 65.
A school district in Vermont decided to cancel all classroom Halloween celebrations, saying celebrations at schools should be inclusive.