Barbara Godfrey, of South Burlington, gets a ride to her vaccination appointment on Feb. 25 from David Chenette of the St. John Vanney Parish Mercy Corps. If you need to a lift to a COVID-19 vaccination appointment, the St. John Vianney Paris…
University Mall in South Burlington is hosting a blood drive for the American Red Cross Friday, March 5, noon-5 p.m. Go to redcrossblood.org to sign up.
Looking out at her backyard recently, Hillary Boardman was met with a surprise visitor — a bobcat. “So majestic” she said of the feline. We have to agree. What are you seeing in your world? Share with us by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
On a clear mid-winter day several years ago, my student Sarah Wakefield and I pulled on snowshoes, donned backpacks, and headed up through Smuggler’s Notch. Our destination was Big Spring. When it emerges from the culvert, the spring water jo…
As the frozen winter begins to thaw, Fish and Wildlife are reminding fishers to remove shanties before ice weakens — as dictated by state law.
The South Burlington Rotary Club will again host its speech contest. Students from South Burlington High School, Rice Memorial High School and the Common School are eligible to participate.
Vibrant Church is handing out free boxes of food, Saturday, Feb. 27, 10 a.m.-noon, 2025 Williston Road, South Burlington, until all the boxes are gone.
What’s red, white and delicious all over? South Burlington staple Al’s French Frys continues its quest to out-wit the COVID-19 virus, installing new, heated greenhouses for diners.
On Sunday, Feb., 7, 2021, Kira Jaye (KJ) Serisky died peacefully after a long, painful, and courageous battle with complications related to Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome, her loving parents, Marge and Pete Serisky, holding her in their arms.