Holiday concert at Wake Robin
A group of seniors showed off their talents Wednesday. Residents at the Wake Robin Retirement Community in Shelburne held they're annual Holiday Hand Bell concert.
Fire causes evacuation at senior living facility
Firefighters responded to Shelburne Bay Senior Care just after 8 p.m. for reports of a fire in a resident's room.
Dogs in Transit Rescued from Rollover
A van transporting about 20 dogs for Potter's Angels Rescue, of Randolph, and Passion 4 Paws, of Shelburne, Vt., rolled over on Interstate 91 in Windsor on Saturday afternoon.
Leahy: Vermont nets $100,000 to connect schools and local farms
MONTPELIER -- A farm-to-school program championed by Senator Patrick Leahy is investing $100,000 in bringing locally grown food to cafeteria tables and classrooms in Vermont. Leahy, who has led the national farm-to-school efforts in the Senate, commended VT FEED, a partnership of the Northeast Organic Farming Association of Vermont and Shelburne Farms, which Tuesday received a federal grant to
Vt. man collects disposable diapers donations for COTS
For the past seven years a local man has been collecting disposable diapers to donate to the Committee on Temporary Shelter, or COTS.
Vermont activists to fight ban on state GMO laws
MONTPELIER, Vt. (AP) - A state representative and some activists will travel to Washington in a bid to stop a federal law that would pre-empt states like Vermont from requiring labels on genetically modified foods. Rep. Kate Webb, a Shelburne Democrat and a key backer of the GMO ...
Charlotte Kathleen Bresnehan Erkson
Burlington, Vt. ? Charlotte Erkson, 83, died Saturday, Dec. 13, 2014 surrounded by her family at Birchwood Terrace Health Care in Burlington following a long struggle with Alzheimer?s Disease.
Alleged candle thief caught on camera in Burlington
An alleged candle thief caught on camera in Burlington.
Gas leak forces evacuation in South Burlington
A gas leak in South Burlington had emergency responders rushing to a well-known New England business.
Vermont groups get $100k for farm-to-school food
A $100,000 federal grant is being used to promote efforts in Vermont to ensure food from local farms is served in the state's schools.