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South Burlington resident David Shiman has dedicated his life to human rights. On Nov. 22, he was recognized for that service with a Lifetime Achievement Award from Human Rights Educators U.S.A.

One month after its grand opening the South Burlington Food Shelf has a new sign affixed to its front entrance. The sign was installed on Wednesday Nov. 27, just in time for the holiday season…

More than 500 runners braved the pre-winter wind during the Green Mountain Athletic Association’s annual Turkey Trot 5K on Thanksgiving morning. Now in its 43rd year, the event, which serves a…

Young at Heart is a group of adults, age 55 and older, who meet each Wednesday at noon at South Burlington City Hall (575 Dorset St.) for lunch with a free program to follow. Sponsored by the …

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…

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…

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.

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 …

Feeding Chittenden, formerly the Chittenden Emergency Food Shelf, is asking the community to help provide 4,500 turkeys for food insecure families in Chittenden County. Thanksgiving is less th…

The Friends of the Library will hold its annual Cookie Walk Nov. 23, 10-2 p.m., at the South Burlington Public Library, 155 Dorset St. at the University Mall. 

Over four inches of snow fell in South Burlington overnight Monday, the first significant snow of the season. 

With cases already reported in the state, flu season is upon us and Vermont health officials say now is the time for everyone 6 months and older to get their annual flu vaccine. It takes about…

In 1918, in the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month, the World War I Armistice was signed and with it, the “war to end all wars” ceased. A year later, U.S. President Woodrow Wilson rec…

As October came to a close, the firefighters of the South Burlington Fire Department continued to show their support for Breast Cancer Awareness Month. 

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