A man gets a bandage on his finger. (credit: Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)

Bandage DNA Leads To Arrest In 2-Year-Old Burglary

State police say DNA taken from an adhesive bandage left at the scene of a Vermont camp break-in two years ago has led to an arrest.


File photo of Vermont Gov. Peter Shumlin. (credit: Alex Wong/Getty Images)

‘Stupidity’ Remark Leads To Free Health Site Work

An economist who said “the stupidity of the American voter” helped pass the complex federal health care law has agreed to finish his work on Vermont’s health insurance systems for free, a top state official said Wednesday.


File photo of Vermont Gov. Peter Shumlin. (credit: Alex Wong/Getty Images)

3 Lawmakers Ask State To Cut Ties With Economist

Three state lawmakers on Monday urged the administration of Gov. Peter Shumlin to sever ties with a Massachusetts Institute of Technology economist who was shown on video saying it was the “stupidity of the American voter” that helped create the Affordable Care Act.


An owl sits on a tree branch. (credit: Matt Cardy/Getty Images)

Owl Attacks Hawk At Vermont LL Bean Store Display

The grand opening of an L.L. Bean store in Vermont has ruffled some feathers, with an owl attacking a hawk in a shopping mall display.


File photo of Vermont Gov. Peter Shumlin. (credit: Alex Wong/Getty Images)

Vermont Legislature To Pick Governor After No Candidate Wins Majority

Vermont Gov. Peter Shumlin has called it a night without declaring victory in his bid to defeat Republican challenger Scott Milne and secure a third two-year term.


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Retired Vermont Judge Faces Sanctions

A retired Vermont judge is facing administrative sanctions over claims he repeatedly stole from Montpelier business while serving as a county judge there.


File photo of a drone. (credit: Robert MacPherson/AFP/Getty Images)

Vermont Considers Ban On Aerial Hunting

Vermont is poised to become the latest state to ban hunting with the help of aerial drones.


Power lines carry electricity. (credit: David McNew/Newsmakers)

In Vermont, A Milestone In Green-Energy Efforts

Vermont’s largest city has a new success to add to its list of socially conscious achievements: 100 percent of its electricity now comes from renewable sources such as wind, water and biomass.


This image taken March 31, 2014 in Washington, D.C., shows the home page for the Internet site. (credit: KAREN BLEIER/AFP/Getty Images)

Vermont Changes Vendor For Troubled Obamacare Website

The state is reducing ties to the contractor that helped design its website that was supposed to be a marketplace where people could compare and buy insurance plans through President Barack Obama’s landmark health care law but remains flawed and short of being fully functional, a Vermont official announced Monday.


An American soldier mans a machine gun during World War I. (Three Lions/Getty Images)

Family Of World War I Vet Gets Dad’s Purple Heart

Cpl. John Demag of Vermont earned the medal during fighting in France in 1918. His 79-year-old son accepted it.





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