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The company, BIOHM, has released data on lifestyle, diet, and supplement decisions from a sample of 35,000 individuals across the U.S., focused on constipation, gas, and bloating.
In hopes of bears having a calendar in their dens, the Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department recommends Vermonters wait to put up bird feeders until December 1 to avoid attracting bears.
Raffle: a means of raising money by selling numbered tickets, one or some of which are subsequently drawn at random, the holder or holders of such tickets winning a prize.
Native Vermonters can be very tough on transplants. But when it comes to the native turkeys of the Green Mountain State, you have to look to the state of New York.
During the Thanksgiving holiday travel period millions of people will hit our nation's roads, eager to spend time with family and friends. Here in Vermont we have seen an alarming number of serious injury and fatal motor vehicle crashes so far in 2022 and this year is poised to be one of the…
The Vermont Agency of Transportation announced the winners of this year's Name A Plow program, where local schools submitted names for each of the department's 87 remaining snowplows that didn't receive special names last year.
A plastic bottle takes up to 450 years to decompose, so a British startup called Shellworks has created a vegan material that can be turned into compost.
•Vermont lawmakers gave final approval to a rule requiring auto manufacturers to supply more electric vehicles and plug-in hybrids to Vermont dealerships, adopting California's Advanced Clean Cars Two and Advanced Clean Trucks rules.
Hurricane Ian barreled ashore with winds of up to 150 mph (240 kph) on Florida’s southwest coast on Sept. 28, 2022.
Lawmakers in Vermont have won a $250,000 grant from the Department of Homeland Security to help fund security cameras on Statehouse exterior and improved video surveillance inside.
Vermont Fish and Wildlife’s annual spiny softshell turtle beach cleanup day is Saturday, October 15, and the department is looking for volunteers to help.
In 2020, as COVID-19 shuttered businesses and forced millions out of work, the federal government flooded states with funds to set up new unemployment programs.
Montpelier, Vt. - Governor Phil Scott issued the following statement in response to the Canadian government removing all vaccination, ArriveCan, and random COVID-19 testing requirements for border crossings, effective September 30, 2022:
BURLINGTON – The Attorney General’s Consumer Assistance Program (CAP) is warning Vermont business owners, non-profits, and employees about an uptick in business imposter email scams.
Rabbit Hemorrhagic Disease Virus, a highly contagious virus capable of affecting rabbits and snowshoe hare, is appearing in states close to Vermont and may show up here according to the Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department.
A hunter was shot and critically injured on private land Saturday in Huntington, Vt., by a fellow hunter who claimed to mistake the man for a bear, the Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department said.
In November of 2021, Compass Vermont reported that a saturation patrol on Interstate 89 to deter speeding revealed that 22% of motorists stopped were traveling over 90 miles per hour.
Drivers need to be alert and cautious because moose are on the move, according to the Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department. Moose are more likely to be crossing roadways at this time of year due to breeding season.
As electric vehicles make up a greater share of cars on the road, fewer drivers are paying Vermont's gas tax, which is used to repair the state's roads.
Drought conditions aren't nearly as dire in Vermont as they are in Massachusetts and Connecticut, but they still exist. According to the National Integrated Drought Information System (NIDIS), 100% of the Green Mountain State is abnormally dry. As a result, Vermont's prized foliage season co…
MONTPELIER - September 1 marked the beginning of Hunger Action Month in Vermont. The COVID-19 pandemic caused food insecurity to reach record-high levels in Vermont, and with recent inflation, Vermonters continue to struggle to keep food on the table.
A 26-year-old cryptocurrency executive single-handedly helped a political action committee spend big in support of Vermont state Sen. Becca Balint (D-Windham) during her successful Democratic primary campaign for the state’s sole U.S. House seat.
The Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department and the National Wild Turkey Federation are excited to announce an upcoming tour to highlight land management practices to improve wildlife habitat for game species at Birdseye Wildlife Management Area in Poultney on Saturday, August 27 from 12:00 p.…
The Wall Street Journal recently reported on a blowout at the New Orleans House of Blues where partiers were mostly drinking tallboy cans of Liquid Death.
While Vermont's Governor Phil Scott points out that Vermont has a lot less crime than most other states, communities across the Green Mountain State have watched as local police forces, all understaffed, have arrested and released with a citation perpetrators of all types of crime. Most not…
NORTHFIELD, Vt. — Norwich University dedicated the Senator Patrick Leahy School of Cybersecurity and Advanced Computing today during the “U.S. Senator Patrick Leahy Cyber Symposium.”
Montpelier, Vt. – Governor Phil Scott today announced that the federal Inflation Reduction Act will help mitigate rising health care costs for many Vermonters, particularly those on Medicare and who buy health plans on Vermont’s health insurance marketplace. The Act is expected to be signed …
Vermonters may find this information from the National Drought Mitigation Center to be helpful when they think about our current dry conditions.
BURLINGTON, VT – The annual Rabies Bait Drop is underway. The week-long bait drop is part of a nationally coordinated effort between the State of Vermont and the U.S. Department of Agriculture Wildlife Services to prevent the spread of rabies – a fatal disease.
Have you ever driven down a Vermont road, looking at the river and think: "I wonder if there is a place where I can stop and fish and not be trespassing?"
MONTPELIER – Vermont has joined a nationwide Anti-Robocall Litigation Task Force of 50 states to investigate and take legal action against the telecommunications companies responsible for bringing foreign robocalls into the U.S.
Vermont’s Department of Public Safety announces a new public safety initiative, called SURVIVERMONT. This program is a community caretaking initiative created to educate and empower Vermonters with actions they can take to protect themselves and family members if they are confronted with an …
Hikers and rock climbers were able to return to Vermont cliffs on August 1, now that peregrine falcon nesting season has ended. The Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department has confirmed that all the young falcons have learned to fly and should not be disturbed by human presence on the cliffs.
Teens ages 15-17 are invited to spend a weekend full of fun and adventure at the Edward F Kehoe Conservation Camp. Participants will spend the weekend participating on activities taught by department biologists, wardens and other staff.
MONTPELIER, Vt. – Go on to almost any social media group site in Vermont, and you will likely find a recent discussion, including stunning pictures and videos, of black bears having their way with any barrier between them and the food they know is on the other side.
On the day after July 4th, at around 8:00 pm, 37-year-old Antonio Baldomero from Miami, Florida, knowingly drove his 18-wheeler past the variety of lights, signs, and warnings that forbade him to navigate his rig up Vermont Route 108, over Smuggler's Notch.
Between July 1 and the end of September, employees of the Vermont Agency of Transportation (VTrans) will drive all state-maintained highways, using a special handset to measure cell phone coverage strength across Vermont.
WATERBURY CENTER, Vt. (WCAX) - Despite pandemic challenges, the Green Mountain Club has hit a $4 million fundraising goal. And it comes as an increasing number of people are using the Long Trail, the club’s 273-mile hiking trail that traverses the Green Mountains.
WATERBURY, Vermont (Thursday, July 14, 2022) — Vermont’s Department of Public Safety announces a new public safety initiative, called SURVIVERMONT.
The primary focus of Tuesday, July 12's Governors Press Conference was mental health, specifically the new 988 Mental Health Emergency Hotline that goes live on Saturday, July 16, with a clear message: "You are not alone."
VERMONT – Amtrak, in conjunction with the Vermont Agency of Transportation (AOT), is now selling Ethan Allen Express tickets for daily travel between Burlington and New York City including new stops in Vergennes and Middlebury, via Amtrak.com, the Amtrak app, Amtrak ticket desks and kiosks, …
Many species have successfully raised chicks by now, and adults with fledglings are common around the state. Peregrine falcons and bald eagles are fledging young, though the families will remain around the nest sites for a few weeks as the young birds develop and gain more independence.
MONTPELIER, Vt. – The Vermont Warden Service and Vermont State Police are asking Vermonters to boat responsibly this Fourth of July weekend, as part of the nationwide Operation Dry Water campaign to reduce alcohol and drug related boating injuries through education and more visible deterrence.
With school now out for the summer, families across Vermont may be looking for meal programs for their kids to ensure good nutrition continues.