From left to right, newly minted South Burlington firefighters/EMT-Bs Mike Walsh and Sam Donahue pose with Chief Terry Francis following a Feb. 18 ceremony.

While gardening comes to a stop in the winter, composting doesn’t have to.

What lives in those woods? This question has started many a scientific career. In the case of trees, a simple stroll may provide the answer. But sometimes we need other tools such as microscopes. Mammals are notoriously difficult to watch whi…

The 11th annual Super Bowl Sunday Food Drive raised 2,693 pounds of food, which was donated to the South Burlington Food Shelf and Feeding Chittenden.

It is hard to be a person of color in America. It may be harder still in a predominantly white state like Vermont, where students of color may be singled out and bullied by peers, according to a Jan. 23 discussion at Frederick H. Tuttle Middl…

The Burlington Moose Lodge on Williston Road in South Burlington on Saturday, Nov. 23, made its annual holiday food donation – of more than 3,000 lbs. of goods – to Feeding Chittenden, formerly the Chittenden Emergency Food Shelf. Feeding Chi…

It is difficult to not stare at the paintings of Michael Strauss with their deep, saturated colors enlivened by bold lines that feature elements of shadow and light. His work in acrylics can grab the viewers’ attention, causing one to pause a…

Savanna Senecal of South Burlington was one of the winning applicants of the National Guard Association of Vermont annual scholarship program. New England Federal Credit Union presented the $1,000 scholarship at the National Guard Association…

The Essex Community Players presents “Inherit the Wind” by Jerome Robbins and Robert E. Lee at Memorial Hall, 5 Towers Road in Essex. The powerful and engaging drama is a fictional re-creation of the Scopes “monkey trial” of 1925 in which a T…

Get Your Summer Camp In Our 2020 Guide

This program and recreation guide gives parents a chance to peruse seasonal offerings well in advance of summer; and for camp directors, it’s a great place to advertise fun opportunities for kids.

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