The first residents are set to move into Burlington’s pod community next week. The low-barrier shelter in the Old North End is months behind schedule, and officials on Thursday revealed substantial changes to the rules for those staying there.
Search and rescue calls have been increasing over the past few years in our region. Calls for help can range from a cardiac arrest on the top of a mountain during the summer to an injured backcountry skier lost in the woods. And when it comes to central Vermont, it’s often Stowe Mountain Rescue crews that are the first to respond.
This week’s deep freeze has a lot of Vermonters making sure their heating fuels are topped off and furnaces ready to kick on. And for some fuel dealers and customers, it’s also renewed interest in a legislative proposal aimed at phasing out one of the state’s biggest contributors to climate-heating emissions.
Ausable River flooding has devastated several Adirondack communities over the years. With new state and federal funding, state and community organizations are hoping to protect and provide resources for the small towns and hamlets surrounding it.
New York Gov. Kathy Hochul proposed dramatic spending to help New York City handle a wave of international migrants and to stabilize its reeling public transit system with her $227 billion state budget Wednesday, even as she warned of tougher economic times ahead.
How far would you go for Wi-Fi? For one woman in Northern New York, the answer is to the top of a mountain. But now she and her community are asking the state for help finding something more permanent. Our Kiana Burks reports.
It’s going to be a frigid week with temperatures expected to dip into the minus 20s by the weekend. Our Hailey Morgan spoke with a vet to get some tips on how to keep our furry friends safe when temperatures get dangerously cold.
Vermont lawmakers are looking to provide legal protections for people who seek and perform abortions and gender-affirming care since the Supreme Court overturned Roe vs. Wade. Our Calvin Cutler reports.
New York’s governor has vetoed a bill that would have allowed wrongful death lawsuits to include claims for emotional damage, a change that could have led to much bigger payouts for fatal accidents and deadly medical errors.