Help is on the way for areas damaged by severe storms that hit Vermont in early December. Federal
disaster funds are being made available to Chittenden, Franklin and Lamoille counties,
which were hardest hit by the storm.
Vermont Fish and Wildlife officials say this is a great time to catch fish that are on the move for spawning season; melting ice and snow are revealing something else: more damage left over from December’s ice storm;
After being appointed to the Ethics Committee, Congressman Peter Welch decided to return some campaign dollars; Vermont has gotten kudos from the U.S. Senate for bringing health care into the digital age — and maintaining patients’ privacy;
Patrick Leahy is presiding over the Senate Judiciary Committee’s hearing on the confirmation of Attorney General-designate Eric Holder; Vermont legislators will have to decide this year what to do about a state office building in Bennington;
A week after an ice storm devastate parts of northern New England, 230 Vermont customers are still without power; the University of Vermont has settled a lawsuit stemming from a triple-fatal car crash; more…