LYNDON- If you live in Lyndon, you probably know just by looking outside that this has been a warm winter. It is early February, and there is barely any snow on the ground. Many people already know that this is because of el Niño, but there are things that Vermonters can do to help with the effects of climate change.
VERMONT- Governor Peter Shumlin signed the nations first primary battery stewardship bill.
A primary battery is a non-rechargeable battery weighing two kilograms or less. The new battery recycling law requires Vermonters to recycle all batteries -- including: A, AA, AAA, C, D, among other types.
PLYMOUTH, NH- Hundreds of supporters, protestors and students got together at Plymouth State College on Sunday to attend a rally for prominent Republican Presidential candidate, Donald Trump.
Saint Johnsbury - Saint Johnsbury residents are concerned about speeding along New Boston Road. St. Johnsbury Police Chief Clement Houde says there have been several compliants filed about drivers speeding to several different town officials. Chief Houde says the area has quite a bit of traffic during the day which means they want to tackle this issue as soon as possible.