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South Burlington administrators will take a salary freeze for the 2020-21 school year.

The school board ratified this decision after administrators brought the proposal forward during contract negotiations.

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Masked behind the business’ closed doors, there have been a lot of changes in the dining room at Al’s French Frys.

The iconic, nostalgic, red and white theme remains, but the staff at Al’s has been busy as bees making alterations.

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The soft, folksy songs of Burlington band Cricket Blue practically beckon the listener to come closer.

Since March, duo Laura Heaberlin and Taylor Smith have had to keep fans at more than arm’s length, awaiting safer days for live performances.

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Samantha Aikman and Delilah Kramer have created an online gallery featuring art that captures the experience of being a Vermont student during the time of COVID-19. Both 16-years-old, the two are sophomores participating in Big Picture South Burlington, a project-based program at South Burlington High School.

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Signs commemorating the Class of 2020’s strange senior year are arranged in front of South Burlington High School on May 19. South Burlington High School administrators personally delivered 260 signs to the Class of 2020 last week to kick off remote celebrations for students. Principal Patrick Burke has been meeting with the senior class to hear students’ ideas for year-end options.

Barring some final permitting, South Burlington High School will host a drive-in graduation at the Champlain Valley Exposition on June 12. The time of the ceremony is to be determined.

Coronavirus: South Burlington Business Operations

The South Burlington Business Association is updating its members weekly regarding which businesses are open, what hours, and which services are being provided. Members should send this information to the SBBA if they want it posted. 

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A South Burlington emergency room doctor, who was busted on state voyeurism charges last month, is now facing a mandatory 15-year minimum sentence for federal child pornography charges, officials said.

Each Memorial Day weekend, Rene LaBerge, leader of the South Burlington Dolphins youth football program, works with the team’s seniors to give their PRIDE rock a little spring cleaning. 

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Rice Memorial High School sophomore Jaydenne Garbarino of South Burlington joins “Rice Wedne…

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Thank you, South Burlington residents for how you have taken the COVID-19 pandemic seriously. We have continued to heed the call for social di…

At the May 18 city council meeting, a resolution passed regarding face masks. The health benefits of face masks have been espoused by Gov. Phi…

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In November of 2019, Vermont Technical College (VTC) announced that it ranks first in the state for return on investment. The study by Georget…