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Two proposed apartment buildings could bring 94 new units, as many as 79 of them affordable units, to Kennedy Drive in South Burlington, but the development review board seemed less than enthused when the developers presented an overhauled version of their initial design.

As a lawyer, Kelsey Peterson has mostly worked on the adversarial side of land use, but as South Burlington’s new city planner she’s excited to build up rather than tear down.

Imagine walking or biking across I-89 without the fear of a speeding car careening into the sidewalk. A $9.7 million federal grant could finally make South Burlington’s dream of a protected pedestrian bridge a reality, officials announced last week.

South Burlington City Council chair Helen Riehle hopes to inject $1 million pandemic recovery dollars into the housing trust fund, though it’s unclear how officials plan to spend their federal money and if storing it in the city’s housing trust fund is the best option.

Three seats will be up for grabs on the South Burlington School Board next year following recent announcements from two members that they will…

The following students from Shelburne were named to the summer 2021 honors list at the Community College of Vermont: Paolo Ciampa, Christi Koe…

Before heading to the goal for the penalty kick shootout that would decide the Division I girls’ tournament championship, South Burlington goalkeeper Mercedes Rozzi took out a piece of paper and studied.

South Burlingtonians joined Vermonters from across the state in the running of the 45th Gree…

The $15 million price tag — $9 million from the federal government — for a new bridge for bicyclists at the Williston Road cloverleaf is an in…

As you may have seen in last week’s edition of The Other Paper, three of five seats on the South Burlington School Board will be open when vot…

I want to thank the Vermont Agency of Transportation and everyone else involved in the South Burlington Shelburne Road lighting project.

Our debt is accelerating and exceeds the size of our economy. Both political parties are at fault. There will be disastrous consequences.