DEF is an emissions control liquid required by the EPA in diesel engines manufactured after 2010 as an “aftertreatment technology” to reduce vehicle emissions.
Connecticut River sea lamprey aren’t invasive like their Lake Champlain cousins.
Day after gunfire injures former City Councilor, Burlington mayor asks council to help stop “reckless shootings”
A day after a former Burlington city councilor was struck in the head by gunfire shrapnel in his own backyard, Burlington Mayor Miro Weinberger demanded the City Council and other authorities help stop the shooting spree in the state’s largest city.
On the beaches of Normandy, June 6 1944, German gunfire took a terrific gouge out of a Norwich, Vermont man’s Army helmet – but he survived to write to his parents: “don’t worry.”
Voting your religious conscience on abortion-related legislation may have consequences, if you’re a Vermont Democratic legislator.
The kid from Glover wins another Emmy. And now you, too, can adopt a storm drain. These headlines and others from Vermont media today.
Body armor is like a radar detector because it gives crooks an unfair advantage over cops, Sen. Phil Baruth says.
Rather than paying to dispose of the boat properly, Bailey devised a plan to set the junk boat adrift in the Missisquoi River – but he didn’t have a tow hitch.
A search of a bag Moffitt hurriedly threw in the trash revealed more than 3,000 bags of suspected fentanyl, and distribution quantities of powder and crack cocaine.
Ryan Goodrich, 37, of of the Windham County town of Athens was arraigned Wednesday, June 1 on an indictment that alleges on March 3, Goodrich unlawfully possessed an unregistered short-barrel shotgun, unlawfully possessed multiple shotguns and an AR-style rifle due to Goodrich’s prior felony convictions, and unlawfully possessed heroin.