Vermont was the last state to have never sent a woman to Congress. But on Tuesday, Democrat Becca Balint won her race, and will become the first woman and first LGBTQ person to represent the state.
The Richmond, Vt., water superintendent revealed in his resignation letter that fluoride levels have not been in the state-recommended range for over a decade — far longer than previously disclosed.
Residents of a small Vermont community were blindsided by news that a water department official lowered fluoride levels nearly four years ago, giving rise to worries about children's dental health.
The U.S. is entering an uneasy stretch of the pandemic. Despite progress, the delta surge is dragging on in certain regions. Can vaccines ward off a big surge over the holidays?
Vermont and South Dakota are both among the most rural states in the U.S. One has embraced coronavirus safety measures, the other has not, and their infection and death rates are starkly different.
The federal government is in charge of distributing one of the few treatment options for COVID-19: the antiviral drug remdesivir. But how are decisions made about which states need it most?
An 88-year-old Vermont woman is using FaceTime each day with her 92-year-old husband because his nursing home has barred visitors due to the coronavirus pandemic. She worries he'll forget her.
Assisted living-type facilities often are subject to less scrutiny than nursing homes. Investigations in Vermont and elsewhere have revealed patterns of poor care and deaths.
The founder of the massive snowboarding brand Burton Snowboards died Wednesday from complications due to cancer. He was 65.
While the wall and asylum-seekers at the U.S.-Mexico border have drawn a lot of attention, heightened security at the northern border has changed the character of the once-neighborly frontier.