Freddy of South Burlington is turning 6 and sold lemonade on July 13 to raise $494.20 for the Ronald McDonald House Charities of Burlington, and he got a special visit from South Burlington firefighters, who commented, “You’re our hero, Freddy!”

Unfledged weed warriors armed with gloves and garden shears gathered at the entrance to Wheeler Nature Park on June 19, ready to learn about and assist with the removal of invasive plant speci…

SoBu Nite Out marks its fifth year this summer, kicking off the series with some funky beats, food trucks and ice pops with cops tonight at Veteran’s Memorial Park.


South Burlington community members gathered at University Mall June 13, wagons and canvas bags loaded to the brim with books.

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.

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 residents, city staff and others gathered at the Pathway of Honor in Veteran’s Memorial Park May 28 to honor and remember lives lost in service to the United States. The cerem…


A gaggle of fifth graders fell over each other laughing, chatting and stretching in the grass behind Gertrude Chamberlin School on a warm May afternoon.


The League of American Bicyclists has designated South Burlington a bronze-level bicycle friendly community, making it the fourth municipality in all Vermont to win the status.


Veteran’s Memorial Park buzzed once again, with food trucks, diners and dogs as May 6 brought Thursday Night Takeout, a precurser to the larger SoBu Nite Out series in July and August.

As Green Up Day participants jumped out of their cars and pulled big green bags of trash out of their trunks to be thrown into the awaiting dumpsters at South Burlington’s city hall, volunteer…

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