8 hrs ago
Little Details: Grateful for Williston's schools
The day my daughter started kindergarten, I snapped a photo of her stepping onto that big orange school bus.
13 hrs ago
Understanding town dog control laws
Town Clerk Deb Beckett and Williston Animal Control Officer Marilla Whitcomb have teamed up to educate Willistonians about the town dog control ordinance.
Wed Aug 27, 2014
Vermont bacon ad backlash: Cafe tries to save their bacon over 'offensive' sign
A Vermont bacon ad is the subject of a ballooned debate about exactly what is offensive these days.
Tue Aug 26, 2014
There are 180 seats up for grabs in the Vermont legislature, but only around a dozen contested races.
Autopsy findings could set accused killer free
New information in the death of a Shelburne toddler could lead to the accused killer's release.
Mon Aug 25, 2014
MountainOne President Leaving for Vermont...
The president of MountainOne is returning to Vermont. Northfield Savings Bank on Monday announced that Thomas S. Leavitt would become the company's 14th president and chief executive in a notice posted on Vermont Business.
Sun Aug 24, 2014
Zoe's Race gives boost to area families
It's a race that started out as one family's mission to help their child and it's grown into a fundraiser for kids in need across the state.
Sat Aug 23, 2014
Three Rotary Club members are paddling to end polio
Rob McNamara, Michael Dempster, and Stewart Brown are setting off on a big canoe voyage for a good cause.
Police:Men Spend Thousands with Stolen Credit Cards
Police in Chittenden County arrested two men who they say used stolen credit cards to buy thousands of dollars worth of merchandise at local businesses.
Mon Aug 18, 2014
Here's a look at who's hiring this morning. Lenny's Shoe & Apparel is now hiring full and part time Sales Associates at all of their retail locations including Williston, St. Albans, Barre and Plattsburgh.
Thu Aug 14, 2014
Vermont lawmakers discuss contraband in prisons
Members of Vermont's Department of Corrections told legislators Thursday that they want corrections employees to face searches when they enter state prisons.
Wed Aug 13, 2014
Mobile News Now: Wednesday August 13, 2014
WPTZ NewsChannel 5's George Mallet has tonight's news for your mobile device, "Mobile News Now."
Vulnerable Vermonters are caught in a slowing economy with millions in state budget cuts on the way.
The Bennington Banner
State's role questioned in Vermont Gas cost hike
The state agency responsible for representing utility ratepayers is being criticized by consumer and environmental groups after acknowledging it knew of a big cost increase on a natural gas pipeline project four months before it was made public.
Tue Aug 12, 2014
Vermont's sound off on proposed budget cuts
Emotions ran high Tuesday night when Vermont legislators invited the public to the statehouse to voice their concerns over impending budget cuts.
Sat Aug 09, 2014
Vermont rabies bait drop to begin in most of state
Weather permitting, the weeklong drop that tries to inoculate raccoons against rabies by getting them to eat vaccine-laced bait is scheduled to begin on Monday.
Thu Aug 07, 2014
Vandalism On July 21, police received a report that the pump station on Old Creamery Road "had been broken into" and graffiti was spray painted on one building, according to police reports.
Chittenden County Roadwork
Bolton The Route 2 repaving project between Waterbury and Bolton will cause lane closures with alternating one lane travel during the week.
Wed Aug 06, 2014
WPTZ's Wednesday Webcast with Courtney
AUGUST 6-TH. I'M COURTNEY KABOT... WITH YOUR TOP LOCAL HEADLINES. RESIDENTS IN CHITTENDEN COUNTY ARE GETTING TOGETHER... TO HELP FIGHT OPIATE ADDICTION.
Tue Aug 05, 2014
Keeping Melissa Jenkins' memory alive
"She helped everyone and didn't expect anything back," Kaylynn Zangla said. Zangla was a high school junior who looked up to fellow Danville school alum Melissa Jenkins when the 33-year-old disappeared in 2012 and was found murdered days later.