Each Memorial Day weekend, Rene LaBerge, leader of the South Burlington Dolphins youth football program, works with the team’s seniors to give their PRIDE rock a little spring cleaning.
The 158th Fighter Wing of the Vermont Air National Guard took part in “Operation America Strong,” with an F-35A flyover Friday, May 22, as part of an Air Force effort to salute healthcare workers across the country.
Samantha Aikman and Delilah Kramer have created an online gallery featuring art that captures the experience of being a Vermont student during the time of COVID-19. Both 16-years-old, the two …
On Thursday, May 14, a line of around 100 cars, with headlights blinking and horns honking, stretched from Staples Plaza to South Williams Street, the site of the University of Vermont preside…
The RALLYTHON executive board of the University of Vermont’s annual fundraiser reveals the grand total, a record-breaking $140,813.29 raised for the UVM Children’s Hospital by about 800 participants.
Humans are social animals, and social animals need touch – the language of empathy and compassion. But with physical distancing the new norm as we work to curb the spread of coronavirus, many …
Two weeks after beginning Friday prayer service in its new South Burlington mosque, the Islamic Society of Vermont had to close its facility due to COVID-19.
It was a necessary measure to keep the society’s members and the larger community safe, said Nedzad Halilovic, the society’s president.
Jewish American Heritage Month comes at a noteworthy time of year for Temple Sinai.
The congregation was formed on the religious holiday of Shavuot in 1966. This year Shavuot falls on May 28-30.
From ultrasound to dry needling, there are many techniques a physical therapist uses to help their patients recover. None, though, are more essential than the use of their own two hands, somet…
The team from Chamberlin School’s Positive Behavior Intervention Support System held a car parade along the school’s bus route on May 6. Students and family members cheered along the way.
Despite the rain, around 20 vehicles paraded past Robert LaClair’s home on Proctor Avenue in South Burlington for his 95th birthday on Monday, May 11.
His niece Kathy Murphy said it was wonderful so many people, including the fire and police departments, showed up and that her uncle really enjoyed it.
With technological help from librarians Susan Bliss and Jennifer Murray, about a dozen pent-up local chefs share their recipes for pantry classics like matzo lasagna, winter roasted Greek salad and Moroccan chicken stuffed acorn squash during the April 15 online meeting of the Cookbook Club.
Coronavirus: South Burlington Business Operations
The South Burlington Business Association is updating its members weekly regarding which businesses are open, what hours, and which services are being provided. Members should send this information to the SBBA if they want it posted.