Preserving Vermont history costs money.
The only sober person in the room was a teenager without a driver’s license.
The boy kneels on the thick wool carpet before the 1941 Zenith console radio, with its wood veneer cabinet impersonating fine furniture.
The 151-year-old bell in the Cambridge Town Hall had been hidden for decades, until local third-graders brought it back to life and rang it on Veterans Day.
She came from Mississippi.
The Martin family left Massachusetts because of the Salem witch trials and relocated to New Hampshire and then to Vermont.
A.St. Albans man recalls when he parachuted into the occupied Netherlands with the 101st Airborne and fought in the Battle of the Bulge.
A homicide remains unsolved 34 years after a man’s body was found in the overgrowth of a Waterbury state park.
Betty the Royal Swan and her heir, Betty II, have held court in Swanton since 1961.
“Uncouth militia” victory over Brits and Hessians at Battle of Bennington led to victory at Saratoga
For some combatants, the fight was personal. Former friends who had grown up together in Vermont found themselves facing off with each other.