Neighbors in South Burlington jumped in to help beekeeper Tom Raatikainen on Gilbert Street, who is awaiting hip surgery and is unable to care for his honeybees. Luckily, Emile Cote and Greg Miller are helping to treat and monitor his hives u…

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Burlington Tennis Club swim team members delivered 221 pounds of food July 12 to the Chittenden Emergency Food Shelf. The donations were collected by The Edge and Burlington Tennis Club swim teams at their July 11 meet and is part of the larg…

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For the second year in a row, Sloane Urette of South Burlington competed at the Taekwondo AAU National Championships in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. This year, the 13-year-old won two events, bringing home two gold and two bronze medals. 

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Ellen Lyon recently announced the publication of her first book, “The Stress-less Lamb - Conversations Between the Lamb and the Shepherd.” 

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South Burlington residents Jane Neroni, Kim Provost and Tomomi Ueda are among 76 artists who were selected to be part of a juried exhibition at Bryan Memorial Gallery, 180 Main Street, Jeffersonville. The exhibit, “Ebb and Flow,” features ove…

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The Common Roots Farmstand Membership Program is an updated version of Community Supported Agriculture (CSA). It allows members to visit the Common Roots Farmstand at South Village whenever they want and to select from a variety of products. …

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The seventh annual “A Show of HANDS” features 100 decorated wooden hands adorning the walls at Penny Cluse Café during the month of March. A silent auction of the hands takes place Thursday, March 28, 6 to 8 p.m. The event benefits HANDS, a l…

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“People in the book business tell us that young adult fantasy is today’s most popular genre,” says author Dave Schneider. “And people in the ski business say there are millions of skiers and snowboarders worldwide, with nine million in the U.…

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The Snelling Center for Government announces that Leslie Freedman and Molly Pitkin of South Burlington recently graduated from the Early Childhood Leadership Institute. The institute is a leadership program initiated in 2014 to stimulate enth…

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Amber Pollak-Bruce is one of a cast of multi-talented actors who will be on stage both day and night Sunday, March 3, for three performances of “Once Upon a Time.” A production of Neat, with a Twist, the show features songs and entertainment …

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Square dancers were challenged by caller Peter Tobin to perform traditional square dance calls of allemande left, teacup chain, promenade, and more. Seven Vermont square dance clubs joined the Green Mountain Steppers, who have been dancing fo…

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