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South Burlington city councilors Monday voted to reinstate three staff positions from funding limbo using American Rescue Plan money.

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Train stations drew sold-out railcars and scores of trackside celebrants July 19, when Amtrak passenger service resumed in the Green Mountain State after a 16-month pandemic absence.

Near the front door of the South Burlington Food Shelf, a table crowded with roses, dahlias, sweet peas and other flowers greets residents walking in. Peter Carmolli stands at his desk near the front, laughing with fellow volunteers and welcoming customers: “Hey, how’s it going! Remind me of your name again?”

Freddy of South Burlington is turning 6 and sold lemonade on July 13 to raise $494.20 for the Ronald McDonald House Charities of Burlington, and he got a special visit from South Burlington firefighters, who commented, “You’re our hero, Freddy!”

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