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Hawks Take on Catamounts in Burlington on SundayHartfordhawks.comVermont snapped Hartford's 11-game winning streak and split the regular-season series last season with a double-overtime win in Burlington. Despite the defeat, the Hawks have dominated the Catamounts in the past seven years, winning 13 of the last 15 ...and more »
Wilson gets game-winner in OT for River HawksLowell SunBURLINGTON, Vt. -- Junior forward Connor Wilson scored the game-winning power-play goal in overtime for the UMass Lowell hockey team as the River Hawks defeated Vermont, 3-2, at Gutterson Fieldhouse on Friday night. The teams met again Saturday night ...
Lowell Comes Back to Stun Ice CatsWCAXLed by Stefanos Lekkas (31 saves), Vermont's penalty killers ultimately won the special teams battle in the period and recorded 14 blocked shots to retain a 2-0 cushion. The Catamounts were close to entering the second intermission with a three-goal ...and more »
Upgrade to Vermont's Emergency Alert SystemWCAXSOUTH BURLINGTON, Vt. (WCAX) The Vermont Emergency Management Alert System recently underwent a significant upgrade and the improvement is timely. With VT Alert, Subscribers can pick and choose the notifications they receive including traffic troubles ...and more »
Vermont unemployment drops to 2.8 percent in DecemberCaledonian RecordThe December figure compares to an unemployment rate of 3.2 percent in December 2016. The statistics found that the Burlington-South Burlington Metropolitan was tied for the ninth lowest unemployment rate in the country. Overall, Vermont's unemployment ...and more »
NY Burlington VT Zone ForecastSFGateNY Burlington VT Zone Forecast for Thursday, January 18, 2018. _____. 546 FPUS51 KBTV 191134. ZFPBTV. Zone Forecast Product for Vermont and Northern New York. National Weather Service Burlington VT. 631 AM EST Fri Jan 19 2018. NYZ028-192100-. Eastern ...and more »
Priest abuse case: Settlement agreedRutland HeraldBURLINGTON — A Vermont-based religious order is among several Roman Catholic groups that agreed to a $900,000 settlement in an alleged priest sex-abuse case in Connecticut dating to the late 1970s and early 1980s. The Society of St. Edmund and several ...and more »