Gene Richards is no longer head of the Burlington International Airport after Burlington city councilors voted to fire him last week.

Swift Street Extension may lose its road status and be replaced by a 20-foot-wide path should proposed changes to the South Burlington city map be approved next month.

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A group of former Peace Corps volunteers will be collecting bikes and sewing machines on Saturday, Sept. 25, 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Burton parking lot on Queen City Park Road in Burlington.

South Burlington’s new youth center, the INFINITE Center, led by Travia Childs will host its first open house this Saturday, welcoming students and families.

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At a recent South Burlington school board meeting, multiple residents criticized the district’s handling of an incident last spring when a teacher suggested hanging an object resembling a noos…

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Steve Milizia insists that the story behind the Sailing Beyond Cancer mural on Farrell Street, which features a deep blue Lake Champlain and a boat powering through the water, is about other p…

South Burlington city council officially recently established a Climate Action Task Force at a meeting after months of work on a climate change resolution and debate over how to move forward.

The Vermont Supreme Court has overturned a lower court ruling that allowed a private contractor hired to handle certain public work on behalf of state government to ignore requests under the V…

Aug. 29 at 2:35 a.m., police responded to a residence on Williston Road after the untimely death of Mikayla Brown, 23, of Jericho. Medical examiner’s officer is still determining cause of death.

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Robotics was one of Jeremiah Childs’ favorite classes at South Burlington High School before his teacher, Stephen Barner, suggested in March that a 3-D printed object resembling a noose should be hung from a Black Lives Matter flag.

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