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Ice and freezing temperatures couldn’t keep people from South Burlington’s City Center on Wednesday, Nov. 13, as the ribbon was cut, officially welcoming the new Market Street to town. The fir…

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On Wednesday, Oct. 30, Dudley wasn’t feeling well. With winter just over the hill, his spoiled joints were beginning to whine about cold weather and the threat of more to come. Sometime in the…

Chamberlin School Principal Holly Rouelle didn’t hear the F-35s when they first flew over her school. She knew they were coming, but was busy reading to a class when the jets made their Sept. …

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A dangerous South Burlington man wanted on a murder charge after allegedly gunning down the mother of their three children has been placed on the nation’s 15 Most Wanted List by the United Sta…

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A quick fix is in store for the Kimball Avenue bridge that was rendered unfit for car and pedestrian traffic after the Halloween storm. According to city officials, a temporary bridge will be …

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Members of the South Burlington Land Trust gave their “two cents” during the city council’s regular meeting on Monday, Nov. 18, and they’re hoping the city will follow suit.

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The state’s oldest veteran joined students for the South Burlington High School Veterans Day ceremony last week. Lenny Roberge served during World War II. Also in attendance was Navy Seabee Jo…

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The South Burlington community is invited to attend an Ethiopian/Eritrean Night with Chef Alganesh Michael Monday, Dec. 2, from 5:30–7 p.m., in the Frederick H. Tuttle Middle School cafeteria.

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Several households and a local business, in fair South Burlington, where we lay our scene, from yearslong grudge break to new mutiny, where on-street parking makes civil hands unclean. And lea…

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The story of the First Nation people is often one left largely untold, especially for Abenaki tribe members alive today. But the local Nulhegan, Abenaki hope to change that with a new exhibit …

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Burlington city engineers are still evaluating traffic patterns at the intersection of Main Street and University Heights six months after a UVM study called attention to the safety hazards there. 

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Vermont Secretary of State Jim Condos recalled last week a message his office received about a credible threat to the technological infrastructure. A foreign state had just tried to hack into a part of the state website.

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