A driver accused of causing a crash that killed Treat Williams knew the actor and considered him a friend but denied wrongdoing and said charges are not warranted.
Phish will play two special shows next month to benefit flood recovery efforts in Vermont and upstate New York.
Vermont State Police said swiftwater rescue teams performed more than 100 rescues across the state.
Actor Treat Williams, whose nearly 50-year career included roles in TV shows like “Everwood" and "Blue Bloods" and the movie “Hair," died Monday in Vermont at 71.
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The death of a Mexican man who had just entered the United States from Canada illegally is highlighting the spike in illegal crossings along the northern border.
Vermont authorities said a 71-year-old victim died at the hospital while his 88-year-old brother was pronounced dead on the scene.
A 60-year-old man who was involved in a fight at a Vermont Middle-school basketball game later died.
The state police said Monday that Jeffrey Noyes, 54, the former chief of the Brighton and Canaan police departments has been cited into court on the charge.
Officers were dispatched Saturday to the home where they found the unidentified woman deceased in the driveway.
“And we promise once the DNA comes back, we will let you all know the results,” The Potter League For Animals said.
“The Flash” star Ezra Miller pleaded guilty on Friday to a trespassing charge at a Vermont home, one of a string of arrests and reports of erratic behavior last year.
Police posted the video on Facebook, joking that the dog, identified as K9 Nova, was excited to announce her new job with Public Works.
The ballot initiatives come months after the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade and the constitutional right to abortion it guaranteed to women nationwide.
A town employee who quietly lowered the fluoride in a Vermont town's drinking water has resigned — and now he says the levels had actually been lowered for more than a decade.
Vermont dispensaries are set to begin selling marijuana for recreational use, though only three will be ready to do so on opening weekend.
Rosmarie Trapp, whose Austrian family the von Trapps was made famous in the musical and beloved movie “The Sound of Music,” has died.
Police in Vermont are investigating allegations of hazing involving the women’s rugby team at Norwich University, authorities said.
"The Flash" actor Ezra Miller allegedly cursed at a woman singing karaoke before lunging at a man playing darts at a bar Hilo, Hawaii.
Molly Healy and Matthew Gnoza tied the knot despite having an unexpected guest: a bomb cyclone.