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Two men are dead after trying to save another at Red Rocks Park on Tuesday, June 23.Todd Anderson, 51, and David King, 33, died after jumping into Shelburne Bay to rescue a child from drowning.

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As live performances continue on digital stages during the COVID-19 pandemic, Burton and Higher Ground are progressing on a deal that would see the concert venue move to Burlington

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Physical Pride marches may be canceled this year because of COVID-19, but Pride will continue to be celebrated in Vermont.This year marks the 50th anniversary of the first Pride parade, on June 28, 1970, in New York City.

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June 19, 12:13 a.m.: A caller reported that an intoxicated man was trying to get into his hotel room on Dorset Street. The man was both intoxicated and at the wrong hotel – officers directed him to the correct place.

Green Mountain Habitat for Humanity is accepting applications for five homes they’ll be build for low-income families.


Political Roundup

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Debbie Ingram — a Chittenden County senator with a diverse background that ranges from television production to ministry — minces no words when she weighs in on what might be the loudest call for justice since the Civil Rights Movement of the 1960s.

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. 

South Burlington High School had a graduation like never before on Friday, June 12. Many decorated their caps with hints of their next steps. With a drive-in audience and screen of jumbo proportions, students, families and the school community aren’t likely to forget this one.

The Vermont Department of Health is reporting that during the course of the pandemic; opiate overdose rates have skyrocketed in Burlington and…

With the primary elections scheduled for August 11, I would like to share a few thoughts.

In a unique drive-in graduation ceremony on June 12 at the Champlain Valley Expo, the South Burlington School District celebrated the class of 2020.