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Vicky PierceMulliss, of South Burlington, believes everyone should treat people the way they want to be treated.

South Burlington Fire chief Terry Francis alerted the community on Monday about two concerning phone calls.

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Two women were arrested this week for unrelated drug incidents at South Burlington hotels. On Nov. 9, Sheena Leveille, 32, who police said is homeless, was arrested on a slew of charges including drug trafficking.

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For those of you haven’t heard: There was an election on Tuesday, Nov. 3, its focal point being the bid for president.

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“Red’s here,” volunteers say as Gretchen Gundrum arrives at the South Burlington Food Shelf. It’s an endearing nickname based on hair color.

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A judge recently gave lawyers two weeks to file more legal arguments showing whether or not a felony aggravated domestic assault charge against a former South Burlington police officer should …

Vermont Air National Guard public affairs specialist, Julie Shea, was named U.S. Air National Guard’s 2020 Outstanding Communication Civilian. Shea, of Underhill, is a photojournalist working …

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Home prices rose sharply this summer as out-of-staters moved into Vermont and market conditions deterred the construction of new houses, tightening the supply.

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Vermont is requiring a 14-day quarantine for every person coming to Vermont, or back to Vermont, for nonessential travel. The quarantine can be cut in half, to seven days, if the person tests negative for COVID-19.

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Democrats Ginny Lyons, Kesha Ram, Michael Sirotkin and Thomas Chittenden, Democratic/Progressive Phil Baruth and Progressive/Democrat Christopher Pearson won seats in the Vermont Senate repres…

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Paul Sakash gets out of his Volkswagen in the parking lot of Barnes Camp, the Route 108 entry to the steep and twisty turns of Smugglers Notch, puts on his work gloves, his bright orange vest,…

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8:50 a.m. — A brisk wind and light snowfall met Rebecca Wicke at the Orchard School in South Burlington. She was accompanied to her voting place by her young son.

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