Alawyer for the recently closed Koffee Kup Bakery and its subsidiary, Vermont Bread Co., has filed an emergency court motion seeking immediate disclosure of sealed information about a receiver’s surprise last-minute sale of the business to Flowers Foods, the $4 billion maker of Wonder Bread …
"Four or five years of low water levels have lulled people into believing that swimming at Huntington Gorge is safe." Those are the words of Mike Cannon from the Colchester Technical Rescue Department.
As Gov. Phil Scott prepares to lift the state’s remaining Covid-19 restrictions in the coming days, 130 businesses and organizations have signed a letter urging him to wait until more protections are in place for vulnerable Vermonters.
Maple syrup production across the country was off just under 17% in 2021 while in Vermont, the nation’s top maple producer, production was off by just over 21%, according to statistics released Thursday by the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
The HomeLight Killington World Cup is scheduled for Nov. 27 and 28 in Vermont and again will feature slalom and giant slalom races on its highly visible Superstar trail, officials said.
Montpelier, Vt. – The annual Vermont Days Weekend will be held this coming weekend, June 12-13, 2021, offering an opportunity to celebrate the arrival of summer and to explore Vermont’s fishing, state parks and historic culture. As the state continues its push to 80% of eligible Vermonters …
During the COVID-19 pandemic, if you looked at virus spread, vaccination rates, demographics, and sentiment, Florida would likely be the last place you would have wanted to attend a live event.
Vermont Governor Phil Scott signed H.313 into law on June 8, a bill that includes the requirement of a study of legalized sports betting in the state.
Taking action on phosphorus in Lake Champlain would bring tens of millions in dollars in benefits to Vermonters, researchers say.
East Baking Company and Mrs. Dunster's Bakery are preparing to file to stop the sale of Koffee Kup Bakery and Vermont bread to Georgia-based Flower Foods.
WASHINGTON – Senators Patrick Leahy and Bernie Sanders, and Representative Peter Welch sent a letter to the Biden administration late Monday urging him to work with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to allow additional travel between the United States and Canada. With increased vaccination rates…
WESTMORE, Vt. - On Monday, June is 8, there were two porta-potties at the trailhead on the south end of Lake Willoughby. On Tuesday, June 9, there was only one, and Juddy's Septic and Portable Toilet Rentals, who services the units, has no idea where it went.
Even the oldest 18-wheeler road warriors can't make it through Smugglers Notch, so 33-year-old Kyle Sheppard from Revere, Massachusetts, didn't stand a chance.
New Hampshire’s state-run retail empire, which has renovated or relocated 34 of its 69 New Hampshire Liquor & Wine Outlets since 2012, dwarfs that of the Green Mountain State, which sells spirits through a network of 77 privately owned stores.
The Vermont Agency of Agriculture is looking for anyone in the state involved with maple sugaring to participate in a fall celebration of all things maple from September 15 – October 15, 2021.
LUDLOW, Vt. - On June 4th at approximately 3:00 pm, Russell Nord was located by a search team deceased in a wooded area off East Hill Road in Ludlow. He was located approximately 1.7 miles from his residence.
STOWE, Vt. - Frank Ewing, a 51-year-old trucker from Duluth, Georgia, was the first tractor-trailer driver of the season to attempt the impossible feat of crossing Smugglers Notch in an 18-wheeler.
Over the Memorial Day Weekend, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau made it clear that the decision to open the border with the United States would be made "carefully and with Canadian's safety in mind."
Cabot, VT – Cabot has launched the Cabot Farm Trail as a way for people to visit and meet some of the cooperative's farm families across New England and upstate New York.
Mrs. Dunster's Bakery, the proposed buyers of Koffee Kup Bakery in Burlington and Vermont Bread in Brattleboro, announced that they are close to signing short-term agreements for leasing the operating locations of both businesses.
The World Fishing Network recently named Lake Champlain one of the seven best smallmouth bass lakes in North America, adding that it was “perhaps the best lake in all of North America for both quality largemouth and smallmouth bass.”
On Memorial Day, Vermont State Police reported a fatal crash in Cambridge, Vermont, that killed 48-year-old Marie Ann Perrault of Jeffersonville.
BRATTLEBORO, Vt. - The Vermont State Police isn't the only law enforcement organization trying to hire new officers. Brattleboro has announced a reduction in the number of shifts from three to two, according to VTDigger.
Vermont Governor Phil Scott announced at his Tuesday, June 1 press conference that the state had reached a COVID-19 vaccination rate of 78%.
The Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department says deer fawns are being born this time of year and asks that people avoid disturbing or picking them up.
MONTPELIER, Vt. - Governor Phil Scott today announced dozens of new walk-in clinics as the State works to make the COVID-19 vaccine easily accessible throughout Vermont.
BRATTLEBORO, Vt. - Miranda P McLoughlin used t work at Garden Path Elder Living in Brattleboro until she spiked a co-worker's coffee with so much laxative that she was sick for two days.
SUSSEX, N.B. – In the 1960s, Ingrid Dunster started making donuts in her kitchen in a small town in New Brunswick. They became known asthe "absolute best donuts in town."
At 1 p.m. on May 26, rescuers with Waterbury Backcountry Rescue brought an injured 18-year-old female hiker down Camel’s Hump and to safety. Late on Tuesday, May 25, the Burlington resident injured her ankle on the Long Trail as she descended north toward Jonesville.
Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) is a demanding hotel guest whose requirements would make even the most pampered celebrity blush, according to a new book detailing Democratic Party politics.
CVS Health has announced that beginning June 1, eligible customers who received or plan to receive a COVID-19 vaccination through CVS Health may choose to enter the #OneStepCloser sweepstakes for an opportunity to win one of over a thousand fun and exciting prizes through weekly drawings an…
NORWICH, Vt. - On May 14, 2021, Christopher Gray and Laura Brown sued the Vermont State College system and Vermont Technical College for $1.65 million dollars, attempting to recover cash investments and damages they contend were caused by the college.
The winning bidder of a charity auction for Farm Aid paid $39,000 for the first-ever barrel of 100% grain-to-glass whiskey made by WhistlePig, a Shoreham, Vermont company.
MONTPELIER – Attorney General T.J. Donovan today announced that his office has reached settlements with nine different online sellers of electronic cigarettes for violations of Vermont’s Delivery Sales Ban and Vermont’s Consumer Protection Act. Under the settlements, the companies resolved c…
Montpelier, Vt. -Last week, Governor Phil Scott announced that when 80% of Vermont’s eligible population - those age 12 and older - have received at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine, the state will enter Step 4 of the Vermont Forward plan – currently slated for July 4 – and remove its …
A bill that would have required the owners of short-term rentals to register their properties with the state fell short of the final approval needed to become law.
University of Vermont researchers are partnering with Vermont officials on a new $7-million program that takes a unique approach to protecting watersheds: paying farmers to reduce phosphorus pollution.
BENNINGTON, Vt. (AP) — The public is invited to celebrate the town of Bennington's designation as the newest Appalachian Trail Community.
The Vermont Agency of Agriculture, Food and Markets has announced a new interactive tool that displays new market opportunities for maple producers
The bike ferry carrying riders across a section of Lake Champlain between Colchester and South Hero will start running again on Memorial Day weekend.
The unexpected discovery of a whale skeleton hundreds of miles from the sea and more than 200 feet above sea level in 1849 is a reminder of how much sea level can change.
Montpelier, VT - The Northeast Dairy Business Innovation Center (NE-DBIC) announces grant awards totaling $112,857 through the Multi-Business Agritourism Grant program. Six dairy farmers, processors, and organizations in Maine, New York, Pennsylvania, and Vermont will launch innovative agrit…
WATERBURY, Vt. - Each year, more than 75,000 visitors enjoy the natural and recreational opportunities offered at Vermont’s 863-acre Waterbury Reservoir. Little River State Park, Waterbury Center State Park, and the surrounding Mt. Mansfield State Forest land offer access to boating, swimmin…
Montpelier, Vt.—The Vermont Downtown Board has allocated $498,320 in grants to Brattleboro, Middlebury, Montpelier, Newport, Poultney, Springfield and St Albans. This funding will support projects to improve the safety, access, and comfort for people walking and riding bicycles in downtowns.