Images and essays that show a year both jarring and joyous, heartbreaking and hopeful.

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Perhaps Joni Mitchell said it best when she described time as the circle game: “We can’t return, we can only look behind from where we came an…

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In the 1980s, shortly after South Burlington’s growth catalyzed their change from town to city in 1971, leaders began talking about a downtown.

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Champlain Valley School District’s good intentions went a bit awry this year, illuminating the complexity of dealing with systemic racism or t…

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In the same year that South Burlington voters elected the city’s first person of color to the school board, schools were hammered with inciden…

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In the last 10 years, South Burlington’s population boomed with over 2,000 new residents, according to the U.S. Census published last August.

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Motels along the state highway running through town that house homeless people and economic development — past and present — have dominated ta…

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Hinesburg has seen some big changes over the last year.

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This year might be remembered as the year of acronyms: LDR, IZ, EPS, PUD, SEQ — should we keep going?

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A survey of the past year in Charlotte’s might go something like this: This town is traveling into another dimension — a dimension of development applications and considerations of land-use regulations.

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Year in review: A look back at the goings on in Charlotte and Hinesburg.

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The 2021 sports season still saw the lingering cloud of COVID-19, which caused a late start to the winter season in January and restrictions o…

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Year in review: A look back at the goings on in Shelburne.

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Year in review: A look back at the goings on in South Burlington.

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The 2021 sports started slowly for South Burlington, with COVID-19 causing lots of question marks in January, but as the year progressed the W…

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The total of deer taken in Vermont’s 2021 hunting seasons will not be available for a few weeks, but the Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department says the final tally will be around 15,600 deer, or approximately 3.1 million servings of venison.

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