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In the 10 years since Vermont’s House and Senate districts were redrawn, 2,388 people have moved to South Burlington — just over 13 percent growth — meaning the city could gain a fifth representative as the legislative apportionment board dives into its work this fall.

A crisp is in the air, the leaves are turning gold and red — budget season must be here. And, with budget season comes budget goals.

The South Burlington City Council voted to snail mail letters to 25 property owners in South Burlington who own parcels identified in the open space committee as high-priority for environmental value, to gauge interest in selling to the city.

Last fiscal year saw South Burlington officials instigating a multi-month budget freeze, refinancing the city’s pension loan, deferring improvement projects and furloughing numerous employees. But despite the impacts of COVID-19, the city financials are in a “much better position” than projected, according to city finance officer Martha Machar.

A former Central Vermont doctor, who has been sued by two mothers on claims he secretly used his sperm — instead of the intended donor’s — to impregnate the women more than 40 years ago, is now facing unprofessional conduct charges from the state.

Ellen Lyon of South Burlington recently captured this shot of a green heron in Technology Pa…

Vermont’s legislative social equity caucus encourages Vermonters to challenge a growing narrative coming from outside of our borders that is d…

On Saturday, Sept. 11, 29 firefighters assembled at the Burlington International Airport parking structure to climb 110 flights of stairs in r…

The termination of airport director Gene Richards by the Burlington City Council illustrates once again how the governance of this entirely fe…