Vermont’s top law enforcement officials vowed Monday to seek the truth of decades-old allegations of physical, mental and sexual abuse and even murder at the long-closed St. Joseph’s Orphanage in Burlington.
The first rule of a North American debate tournament to be held in Vermont this weekend: No men allowed.
A man from Mexico and another from Guatemala tried to smuggle five Romanians into the United States from Canada along a remote stretch of the border in Vermont, federal prosecutors said Monday.
Vermont officials are hoping a new program that would use cutting-edge, targeted marketing and a host of incentives can attract new people to live in the Green Mountain State.
The Vermont Senate on Wednesday gave final approval to a bill that would allow the recreational use of marijuana, putting the state on course to become the first in the country to legalize pot by an act of the Legislature rather than through a referendum by voters.
The former boyfriend of a woman found dead on a roadside embankment last month pleaded not guilty Monday to first-degree murder and other charges in her death.
The Vermont city defined by the stone pulled from within its surrounding hills is hoping to use that granite to commission a piece of art conceived more than seven decades ago honoring one of the nation’s first Boy Scout troops.
Thousands of migrants are fleeing the United States for Canada via a remote back road in upstate New York.