Vermont Issues Mask Mandate To Fight Coronavirus SpreadVermont Gov. Phil Scott on Friday issued an order requiring people in the state to wear masks in public starting August 1.
Black Lives Matter Mural In Front Of Vermont Statehouse Vandalized With Mud, OilThe vandalism of a Black Lives Matter mural that was painted on the street in front of Vermont's statehouse is under investigation, police said.
Vermont Coronavirus Outbreak That Began On Memorial Day Grows To 62 CasesOnly one in five of the infected individuals showed any symptoms.
Mass. Man Allegedly Threw 'Large Pickle' At Highway Worker; Charged With AssaultA Massachusetts man is facing an assault charge after he allegedly threw a large pickle from a moving vehicle that hit a Vermont highway worker.
Vermont Venue Where NH Coronavirus Patient Attended Party Cancels EventsThe Engine Room, a concert and event venue in Vermont, announced Wednesday that they are cancelling events this week in response to a New Hampshire coronavirus patient attending an event there. The owner said they were not asked to do so by the state and are taking extra precautions.
Sanders Wins His Home State Of Vermont On Super TuesdaySanders and his wife, Jane, returned home to Vermont to vote in Super Tuesday's presidential primary, with the U.S. senator telling reporters that he looked forward to doing well.
New Hampshire, Vermont On List Of States With Highest Risk Of Melanoma Linked To UV RaysMelanoma is one of the most rapidly increasing cancers in the United States.
Vermont Gov. Backs Weld Against Trump In Republican PrimaryThe endorsement comes about two weeks before "Super Tuesday."
Vermont Bill Would Decriminalize ProstitutionA Vermont lawmaker hopes to make prostitution safer and remove the stigma that often prevents sex workers from seeking police protection and health care.
Vermont Bill Proposes Adding Emojis To License PlatesOne New England state could be making its license plates a lot more memorable.
Report: 34 Used Vermont Aid-In-Dying Law Over 2 YearsThirty-four people took advantage of Vermont's aid-in-dying law in the most recent two-year period studied by the state, according to a report released by the Vermont Department of Health.
After Successful Start, Vermont Seeking More New Residents With $7,500 GrantsVermont faces an aging workforce that isn't being replaced by enough new residents moving to the state.
Naughty Or Nice? Vermont Police Help Santa Out With Christmas-Themed Speed RadarPolice say this request came directly from the North Pole.
Snowboard Pioneer Jake Burton Carpenter Dies At 65Snowboard pioneer Jake Burton Carpenter has died at 65.
Lift Malfunction At Vermont Ski Mountain Strands 190 Skiers In The AirThe first weekend of skiing at Mount Snow in Dover, Vermont was especially memorable for some. The Challenger ski lift malfunctioned, stranding 190 skiers for as long as two hours before they were rescued.