Efforts to regulate South Burlington’s short- and long-term rental housing stock may gain some traction this year with city officials discussing the possibility of adopting a short-term rental ordinance and creating a rental registry — an effort that was implemented in Burlington but has failed to become law statewide.
A former South Burlington man, who is charged with illegal possession of five stolen Teslas, has balked a second time during a federal court hearing calling for him to withdraw his not guilty plea.
After executing a search warrant in connection with a retail theft at Lowes, police arrested Andre Martel, 38, of South Burlington, for retail theft, at a residence on Stonehenge Drive on Jan. 19.
In addition to approving the $62.5 million proposed school budget, the South Burlington School Board also approved a bond vote for nearly $15 million dollars for capital infrastructure needs to meet enrollment demands.
At the DoubleTree Hotel in South Burlington, shoppers browsed the wares of crafters for the Crafts Vermont Show on Nov. 12. We talked to Elizabeth Boudreau, director of events for Vermont Hand Crafters, which organizes the event. The group is celebrating its 70th year.
This year’s annual Vermont Industrial Hemp Conference will feature nationally recognized hemp experts and entrepreneurs speaking on a range of topics from production and regulatory updates to the future of the hemp foods industry.
On Sunday, Feb. 5 at 3 p.m., the First Congregational Church of Essex Junction will host the first concert of its 2023 concert season.
Last month we lost another child Holocaust survivor, Erika Hecht, as that generation finds its final resting place. Erika recalls a story of her wartime experience in her memoir “Don’t Ask My Name”: “One night, (my mother) wakes me and asks me my name.
The Shelburne, Charlotte, Hinesburg Interfaith Project (SCHIP) has awarded $27,500 to 11 non-profits in that met the criteria of serving the people of our communities in a variety of ways.
I am running for city council to serve you and our city. Key issues I will work on include the economy, jobs, affordable housing, a healthy and safe environment for our children and their learning, climate change, protecting remaining open space and racial and class justice.
There are many important issues facing this city in the next few years.
Two years ago, South Burlington voters responded to my offer to serve our community by electing me to the district’s board of school directors.
First and foremost, I would like to thank all the residents of South Burlington and Williston for electing Martin LaLonde, Brian Minier, Emile Krasnow, Kate Nugent and myself.
I was happy to see the announcement in The Other Paper by Andrew Chalnick that he is running for city council. His training, experience and temperament make him a first-rate choice for the work of the council.
The Republicans’ speaker balloting was a response to former Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s top-down legislative control where bills bypassed the committee process and Republicans were rarely allowed input.