A familiar face will take over as South Burlington deputy city manager at the end of the month. City attorney Andrew Bolduc was named to the position after a search that began in April, according to incoming city manager Jessie Baker.

Jennifer Kochman, a South Burlington community advocate and long-time volunteer member of numerous city committees, died on June 11. She was 78.


South Burlington community members gathered at University Mall June 13, wagons and canvas bags loaded to the brim with books. After picking up the books from inside the mall at the South Burli…

Less than 10 percent of South Burlington property owners filed a grievance disputing their new residential values in the last stretch of a long, pandemic-stressed mass reappraisal.

A former emergency room doctor from South Burlington has struck a deal for a prison sentence between 8 and 11 years in a major child pornography case, according to federal prosecutors.

Rust has eaten away at the main frame of the South Burlington Fire Department’s ladder truck, fire chief Terry Francis told city councilors Monday night. He asked for $152,000 to repair the ru…

Some dying fences around Shelburne Road Cemetery will be brought back to life this fall, following the South Burlington City Council’s grant of a funding request by city sextons.

South Burlington’s new city manager Jessie Baker is getting an early hands-on tour of municipal services by spending work shifts with different departments.


The statewide eviction moratorium, which has kept many Vermonters housed through the pandemic, will expire in less than 30 days, since Gov. Phil Scott did not renew the state of emergency this week.

A few special people in this world can coach soccer, square dance, manage a multimillion-dollar budget and love the same job for 42 years. Tom Hubbard, deputy city manager of South Burlington,…

South Burlington city councilors tabled a climate change resolution at a meeting last week, the second time the topic was benched since being introduced in May due to disagreement among counci…


South Burlington’s incoming city manager, Jessie Baker, marked her first official week in the office at an in-person city council meeting Monday night.

Sixteen-year-old Minelle Sarfo-Adu isn’t afraid to speak up. Any time a problem emerges, her friends know, “Oh, she’s going to talk about it,” the high school junior said. But she doesn’t mind…

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