April 1 was a great day for a bike ride.
Or maybe it wasn’t.
It’s hard to remember.
South Burlington Firefighters found a mother in distress when they responded to a call on Tilley Drive at around 5 p.m. on July 15.
Local nonprofit Common Roots continues to reach out into the community to feed residents. Their newest endeavor can be found outside the South Burlington Food Shelf on Dorset Street, where a f…
While it looks like we won’t be traveling far this summer, Vermont offers myriad ways to celebrate the longest, sunniest days of the year. From trails to fishing, kayaking to horseback riding,…
Curious about how scientists study fish populations or climate change? Or how drones are used to map streams and lakes? If so, check out Zoom a Scientist, an interactive, virtual webinar serie…
Residents and staff at Gazebo Senior Living in South Burlington received a fun surprise on Friday – a visit from the South Burlington Police Department, with a special guest appearance by the …
As spring continues to … spring, so too do the thousands of frogs and salamanders leaving their winter hideaways for more seasonally appropriate ponds, wetlands and vernal pools to breed.
When 12-year-old Hassan Azharkarimh began volunteering with Common Roots he realized that people in his community do not all have access to adequate food.
The Knights of Columbus commemorated the retirement of Color Corps Commander Richard Stevens Feb. 15 at St. John Vianney (SJV) Catholic Church.
Around 50 protesters demonstrated at the Staples Plaza on Williston Road on Wednesday evening, Feb. 5. The demonstration was co-sponsored by Flip the Vote, the Peace and Justice Center and the…
Community members of all ages took the plunge, including teams from South Burlington High School and the All-Starz team from Frederick H. Tuttle Middle School, which raised close to $13,000 and was noted as being the largest middle school team in Vermont.
The South Burlington Rotary Club is once again collaborating with Howard Center to host the 11th Annual Curling Challenge fundraiser March 14 at Cairns Arena, 599 Swift Street. A portion of th…
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