6 hrs ago
Artist oversees installation of steel pieces at Emerson Umbrella
It was raining hard when David Stromeyer, fresh from hauling thousands of pounds of painted steel from Vermont, put on his work gloves.
11 hrs ago
When California native Stewart Ruth opened Stewart's Bakery in 1987, his idea for baking bread like he had known growing up in Europe was ahead of the curve.
16 hrs ago
Back to the Drawing Board: Why Burlington's Redistricting Process Is Breaking Down
Burlington's first attempt to redraw its electoral map failed last year when a politically gridlocked city council punted the job of redistricting to a panel of mostly neighborhood volunteers.
20 hrs ago
The Norwalk Daily Voice
CEO Of Norwalk's Multiple Myeloma Foundation Honored By UVM
New Canaan resident and founder of the Norwalk-based Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation Kathy Giusti received an honorary doctorate from the University of Vermont.
Brent Truax Appointed as the General Manager of the 149-room Sierra...
Brent will be working alongside resort owners Nancy and Jim Demetriades in overseeing the operation of Mammoth Lakes' newest premier resort.
Wed May 22, 2013
NBC Action News
Spelling Bee Champs: Where are they now?
John Paola won the 1977 Scripps National Spelling Bee with the word "cambist." He is now working as a veterinarian in Maryland.
A Bike-Friendly Burlington Remains More Aspiration than Reality
It was easy for a merry band of riders to imagine the future of bicycling in Burlington last week as they took, ironically, a pedal into the past.
The Vermont Standard
Walter Hutchins Obituary
Walter overcame many personal obstacles and a Celebration of his life will take place with friends and family to be announced at a later date for Walter Hutchins, 56, who passed away at Westchester County Hospital on May 10 from complications, resulting from injuries sustained in a tragic bicycling accident, while riding with friends in North ... (more)
Tue May 21, 2013
Author Douglas Smith enchanted as he discussed 'Former People' at The Adolphus
Acclaimed historian Douglas Smith was the featured writer at the Authors at The Adolphus series on Tuesday.
Sun May 19, 2013
Graduation day at UVM
College graduation season is in full swing -- and Sunday in Burlington it was a big one.
Kinks and curves at the nanoscale
Frederic Sansoz, a professor of engineering at the University of Vermont, works at the intersection of nanotechnology and materials science.
Sat May 18, 2013
Wynton Marsalis fan club
Live Webcast: Wynton speaking at University of Vermont's commencement ceremony
Acclaimed jazz and classical musician Wynton Marsalis will be the featured speaker at the University of Vermont's commencement ceremony on May 19, 2013 .
Famous faces: 2013 graduation speakers
Every spring, college commencement addresses offer a chance to hear life lessons from a who's who of politicians, scientists, tech leaders and artists.
Fri May 17, 2013
Exercise Lowers Risk Of Lung And Colorectal Cancer Among Middle Aged Men
New research conducted by researchers at the University of Vermont reveals that middle-aged men who engage in a lot of cardiovascular exercise are at a reduced risk of suffering from lung and colorectal cancer.
Thu May 16, 2013
Green Mountain College to Divest From Fossil Fuels
Kudos to Green Mountain College for its announcement this week that it is committing to divest its $3.1 million endowment from companies profiting from fossil fuels.
A workout a day may keep cancer away
Less cancer treatment may be better, and being in good physical shape may help keep cancer away, according to the latest research being presented at the largest convergence of cancer experts worldwide.
Fitness in middle age may help shield men from cancer later
Men who are physically fit in middle age have a lower risk of developing and dying from certain cancers, new research indicates.
Researcher works to unlock mysteries of migraines
As if migraine weren't bad enough or widespread enough , it also comes with a stigma that often renders it invisible.
Wed May 15, 2013
Eyewitness: Collage Artist Ben Peberdy
White River Junction artist Benjamin Peberdy doesn't sign his name to the collages he creates, he brands them with a logo.
Tue May 14, 2013
's Gut Check for May 14, 2013
TABLES TURNED: JUSTICE TO EXAMINE IRS ACTIONS a Attorney General Eric Holder announced Tuesday he has ordered an investigation into the IRS targeting conservative groups.