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The statewide eviction moratorium, which has kept many Vermonters housed through the pandemic, will expire in less than 30 days, since Gov. Phil Scott did not renew the state of emergency this week.

A few special people in this world can coach soccer, square dance, manage a multimillion-dollar budget and love the same job for 42 years. Tom Hubbard, deputy city manager of South Burlington, is one of those people.

South Burlington city councilors tabled a climate change resolution at a meeting last week, the second time the topic was benched since being introduced in May due to disagreement among councilors about how narrow the focus should be.

John O’Rourke of South Burlington was named to the dean’s list for the 2021 spring semester at the University of Iowa. O’Rourke is majoring in…

The following students from South Burlington recently earned bachelor’s degrees from the University of Vermont, June 9:

Surrounded by family, friends and teachers, 13 students graduated from Lake Champlain Waldorf School in Shelburne on Sunday, June 6, including two students from South Burlington, Sam Gerlack and Delaney Bunders.

The South Burlington girls’ lacrosse team will be the final team to compete for a state title this season — and now they’ll have to wait an extra two days to do it.

South Burlington High School’s Jazz Ensemble perforsd at the Burlington Discover Jazz Festiv…

In a recent edition, The Other Paper published an article about a South Burlington police officer pleading guilty to a driving under the influ…

In “Police officer admits DUI charge, faces two-week unpaid suspension,” June 3, 2021, the newspaper wrote about the off-duty arrest of South …

For the past few years, I have increasingly read letters and heard public hearing comments in The Other Paper from folks suffering from “Last …