It's not your imagination: There are lots more chipmunks around this summer, thanks to a bumper crop of acorns this spring.
Bernie Sanders says he's moving ahead with his Democratic presidential campaign.
As they walked back inside their home, a piece of ice fell off the roof and fatally struck 73-year-old Linda Freedman Scharrenberg in the back of the head.
Bernie Sanders and Joe Biden were battling for delegates as 14 states and one U.S. territory held a series of high-stakes elections that marked the most significant day of voting in the party’s 2020 presidential nomination fight.
A new bill has been introduced to the Vermont state senate that, if passed, would ban anyone under the age of 21 from using a cellphone.
A group of adorable dogs with special needs played in the snow during the holiday season.
American Airlines became the second carrier to offer customers a non-binary gender option when booking flights, joining United Airlines which began doing the same in March.
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.
Ben & Jerry's is facing a lawsuit accusing the ice cream maker and its parent company of false advertising by saying the milk and cream in its products comes from "happy cows."
It used to be that a free ski pass was enough to lure workers to seasonal jobs at mountain resorts. No longer.
A 23-month-old boy from Vermont is back on his feet after going through cranial vault surgery on Oct. 16 for a rare condition known as craniosynostosis, a birth defect that causes bones in a baby’s skull to join together too early.
A school district in Vermont decided to cancel all classroom Halloween celebrations, saying celebrations at schools should be inclusive.
A woman who was severely burned in a domestic violence attack in Vermont is hoping for a second face transplant after doctors recently discovered tissue damage that likely will lead to the loss of her donor face.
Two dozen states and municipalities sued the federal government Tuesday to stop a new rule that lets health care clinicians decline to provide abortions and other services that conflict with their moral or religious beliefs.