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As a jogger in a neon orange shirt ran past Tracey Carson, headed into the heart of Red Rocks Park, a fluffy dog chased after him dragging a leaf- and twig-riddled leash along the forest floor.

Imagine walking along a quiet bridge over the wetlands in City Center Park to Market Street. South Burlington’s city council hopes to secure federal funding for this project, which has been anticipated for at least ten years.

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South Burlington elementary and middle school students will up their face-to-face learning from four to five days a week in early May, less th…

The South Burlington High School math team zoomed into first place for the school year, competing at a series of meets virtually.

The Rice Memorial High School boys’ basketball team proved it deserved the top seed in Vermont with a convincing 72-38 victory over Champlain Valley Union High School in the semifinal round of the 2021 basketball playoffs on March 24.

Join local representatives Ann Pugh, Maida Townsend, Martin LaLonde and John Killacky, along…

Bring any 250-plus piece general adult puzzle(s) for trade. Each puzzle must have no missing…

I serve on the House General, Housing, and Military Affairs Committee with a diverse array of issues in our policy portfolio. Here are a few b…

When the school board proposes bonds or annual budgets, we members are guided by what we understand to be the best interests of the whole comm…

Arguments over housing builds in South Burlington have circled around three points: southeast quadrant land use; appearance and size of housin…

The recent guest perspective, “What’s the issue with southeast quadrant housing?” makes several incorrect assumptions and inferences relating …

A lot has already been said about the recent shootings of six Asian women and others at spas in Atlanta — that it was shocking but not surpris…

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It was March 19, a Friday. When I finished dinner, my mom walked over to ask me to watch the news with her. It was about the mass shooting in Atlanta.

Sixteen. That’s the number of bills that, after weeks of testimony and discussion in the committees of jurisdiction and two days of discussion…