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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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…

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People bustled into South Burlington’s senior center, some sitting at round tables and laying down their sweaters to save seats for friends, others gingerly chatting with new acquaintances.

Ashley McAvey stopped speaking mid-sentence. She and her son had been trying to free a trapped ladybug from their Shelburne home all morning. “My activism is coming through as we speak,” she s…

Swelling rain clouds on the verge of bursting did not deter students, families, gardeners and dirt-lovers from visiting Common Roots in South Burlington to celebrate Vermont’s annual Open Farm Week.

The smells of coffee and tea waft out of South Burlington’s senior center living room, while chatter floats out of the bright room and up the stairs. Coffee Corner Mornings, every weekday, are…

Caroline McKenzie awoke at 3:30 a.m., grabbed some kibble and cans of salmon and sardines, and walked through the dark to the carport.

The South Burlington School District is taking over South Burlington’s old city hall building at 575 Dorset St., across from South Burlington High School and connected to the South Burlington …

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Cooper is retiring tonight, Thursday, Aug. 5, and his friends are throwing him a barbecue. The Transportation Security Administration team at Burlington International Airport are bidding farewell to their favorite co-worker, Cooper, an explosive detection canine who has worked at the airport since 2017.

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 fi…

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.

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

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