The Humane Society of Chittenden County hosts their sixth annual Purrrses for Paws fundraiser Thursday, Feb. 6, at Champlain College. The nonprofit organization, which provided homes for more than 1,200 cats, dogs and small mammals in 2019, is looking for donations of purses for their upcomi…

The South Burlington Rotary ended the year by naming Jan DeSarno as recipient of the 2019 Frederick H. Tuttle Award.

Organized by the South Burlington Recreation and Parks Department, Young at Heart is a group of adults age 55 and older who meet each Wednesday at noon, at South Burlington City Hall, 575 Dors…

South Burlington firefighters Alex Spencer and Mike Walsh hopped into the fire truck for a very different type of call on Thursday, Dec. 19.

The beginning of Hanukkah was celebrated on Sunday evening, Dec. 22, with a public lighting of a menorah on the University of Vermont campus green at the corner of Main Street and South Prospe…

Marking the first day of Hanukkah with his signature blend of alternative rock, reggae, vocals, and hip hop to name a few, Jewish American performer Matisyahu played a sold-out show at Higher …

Residents of the Orchard neighborhood will host their annual New Year’s Eve Glow Parade Dec. 31, from 8–9 p.m. Join the 1.3-mile parade to wish neighbors a Happy New Year while dressed in ligh…

The crinkle and crush of Christmas presents being swaddled in wrapping paper filled the air at an office in the GE Healthcare building on Shelburne Road on Thursday night, Dec. 12.

The holiday season has arrived, bringing celebrations, presents and decorations – and concerns for pet safety. There are many dangers to be aware of as celebrations begin, including exposure t…

Local organization Helping and Nurturing Diverse Seniors, or HANDS, is once again providing seniors free Christmas Day meals on Wednesday, Dec. 25.

Residents in the Orchard neighborhood will once again collect donations for Feeding Chittenden and the Community Health Center of Burlington to benefit the residents of Beacon Apartments and B…

On Tuesday, Dec. 3, Moose Lodge 1618 made presentations to some of the nonprofits they’ve been working with for special projects. The lodge raised $175 for South Burlington Food Shelf with a c…

Gov. Phil Scott stopped by South Burlington’s Dee Physical Therapy on Monday, Dec. 2, to add his contribution to the Great Diaper Drive. Launched by Jason Fitzgerald in 2013, the drive collect…

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