Crews continue to restore power in Starksboro after winter storm
In Starksboro there was relief Monday as crews finally reached some homes cut off during the storm. Eliza Larson followed a crew as they worked to restore power to many residents who have been without it for a week.
Starksboro man charged with assault
A Starksboro man is now facing charges after police say he hit, strangled and tried to run over a woman with his pickup truck.
Vt. utilities: Price tag of recent winter storm bigger than Irene, Ice Storm of '98
The price tag of last week's storm will cost millions surpassing the cost for Tropical Storm Irene and the Ice Storm of 1998.That's according to the state's utilities.
2014 Year in Review: Energy and Environment
As we continue our look back at the top stories of 2014, Darren Perron focuses on energy and the environment.
About 6,000 still without power in Vermont
BERLIN, Vt. (AP) ? About 6,000 customers were still without power in Vermont on Saturday evening, three days after a brutal storm pounded the state with heavy, wet snow and caused the worst outages in years.
Less than 10K still without power in Vermont
BERLIN, Vt. (AP) ? Nearly 10,000 customers were still without power in Vermont on Saturday evening, three days after a brutal storm pounded the state with heavy, wet snow and caused the worst outages
Less than 10,000 still without power in Vermont after snow storm, could take days more to fix
Green Mountain Power cuts limbs overhanging powerline in Waterbury, Vt., on Thursday, Dec. 11, 2014. Tens of thousands of electric customers across Vermont were left in the dark in the aftermath of two-days of heavy, wet snow. GMP says it's the greatest challenge since Tropical Storm Irene of 2011.
More than 13K still without power in Vermont
Gov. Peter Shumlin flies over Hinesburg Vt. in a helicopter as he surveys damage from this week's snow storm on Saturday, Dec. 13, 2014. Shumlin and the head of the Vermont Electric Cooperative surveyed power lines by air to check the progress restoring service to those still in the dark from outages that, at their peak, affected some 100,000 customers.
Winter storm causes issues for travelers
Flights cancellations and messy roads will affect morning commuters and travelers as the winter storm continues to hit our region. As of 8:00am, Thursday, around 29,000 customers in our region are currently without power. Green Mountain Power is reporting 18331 customers while NYSEG is reporting 3623 outages in Clinton, Essex and Franklin counties. There are 8 cancellations at Burlington ...
Wet snow causes thousands of Vermont power outages
Cleanup and repairs are continuing from yesterday's winter storm, even as more snow is expected today. Some areas of the state are coping with as much 15 inches of heavy, wet snow.