South Burlington resident Barb Sirvis was recognized as Alumni Walker of the Year for her commitment and fundraising efforts in the Boston Marathon Jimmy Fund Walk, which supports adult and pediatric patient care and cancer research at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute.
The University of Vermont Medical Center has asked the state for approval to build a new surgery facility at its current Tilley Drive complex in South Burlington.
More than a dozen people and dogs had bundled up in jackets and vests to brave a cold and windy February afternoon at the newly opened, snow-glazed Wheeler Dog Park.
The 2023 No-Till and Cover Crop Conference on Thursday, March 2, at the DoubleTree Hilton, 870 Williston Road, South Burlington, will provide information and research updates to farmers and field crop growers on cover crop and manure management.
Across millennia, across cultures, it’s commonly agreed that water has certain healing properties. Elaine Fortin knows this better than most.
Armed with a report offering definitive paths forward and a Democratic supermajority, legislators are searching for the way forward when it comes to addressing problems with Vermont’s child care system.
The Chittenden County Public Safety Authority (CCPSA), and its efforts to create a regional emergency dispatch, are now in limbo after Colchester told the board they would not be contributing …
Chittenden County’s newest legislators are settling in and have been given their committee assignments as the 2023 legislative session convenes.
Bus fares for Green Mountain Transit lines may return this year, potentially ending a pandemic precaution and providing a revenue source to an agency that for years has been searching for alte…
Gov. Phil Scott has appointed 52 individuals to state boards and commissions in November and the first half of December.
The University of Vermont Health Network last week announced its investment in a second employee housing project, along with a new child care center, to attract full-time employees and “reduce…
On a tiny, wooded strip of city-owned land called Garvey Woods, a campsite was visible just north of the Community Lutheran Church on South Burlington’s Williston Road.
David Biral’s first concert was at Higher Ground to see one of the founding fathers of hip-hop, Slick Rick, who — for the uninitiated — is one of the most prolific artists in hip-hop history.
Work has begun on the formation of a Chittenden County Communications Union District, approved by voters in five towns in November, with the goal of expanding the county’s fiber network to its…
Michael Snyder, of Stowe, commissioner of the Vermont Department of Forests, Parks, and Recreation, will leave his job at the end of December.
Residents in five Chittenden County municipalities voted last week to form a communications union district to pool demand, resources and speed up the build-out of universal broadband. Eighty-n…