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South Burlington’s assessor and tax collector are becoming one. Following the early retirement of assessor Todd LeBlanc, city tax collector Martha Lyons has taken over his duties and been dubbed a new title: director of tax collection and assessment.

The South Burlington Police Department is currently investigating a series of vandalisms going back to last fall along a section of the bike path between Spear Street and Farrell Park.

Residents in the Burlington area are well acquainted with the F-35 fighter jets housed at Burlington International Airport, but it’s their quieter neighbors that are making waves in the world of aviation.

As Federal Magistrate Judge John M. Conroy began to wind down his career at the U.S. District Courthouse in Burlington, he was saluted for his ability to connect with criminal defendants, lawyers, court staff and his colleagues on the bench.

Two Oil and Go businesses, in South Burlington and in Essex, were the target of multiple gun shots by an unknown suspect in the early morning hours of Tuesday, April 6.

Coronavirus: South Burlington Business Operations

The South Burlington Schools Foundation received a $10,000 booster shot to support students’ mental health as the school community recovers fr…

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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.

Chubby-cheeked chipmunk was looking for more to eat when Mike Dean snapped this adorable shot.

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

The House voted out H.439, the “Big Bill,” on March 26. This is the House proposal for the State budget covering July 1, 2021, through June 30, 2022.

In my April 8 Guest Perspective on affordable housing, two costs given for Cathedral Square buildings were inaccurate.

Just what we need, another way for capitalists to exploit substance abuse, dependency and addiction in order to make money.

At an April 5 city council meeting, I made the following comment. I am interested in what you think about South Burlington doing something abo…

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…