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The Vermont Fancy Felines Association show has been held for more than 20 years. “It just keeps getting bigger and bigger,” said Nancy Watt, this year’s show manager. “It has an international …

The 158th Fighter Wing is primed to begin anew following the retirement of Col. David Smith. Following a ceremonious Change of Command on Sunday, Jan. 5, Col. David Shevchik will now lead the …

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The days start early this time of year for John Laberge, and run into the dark until his partner Lydia Hibbard comes out to his shop to insist he come inside to grab some grub and a bit of res…

Efforts fell through to resolve a court case Friday, Jan. 3, against a well-known South Burlington businessperson, accused of committing lewd conduct on a vulnerable adult woman on her deathbed.

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Plans for a new middle/high school and athletic complex are inching ever closer to becoming ballot-ready, following an updated $209,588,828 project cost estimate, an estimated tax impact and a…

“How do you measure a year?” As a reporter, it might be summed up in minutes spent in council and committee meetings, notebooks filled the number of papers sent to press … or cups of coffee. But, really, it’s so much more.

On the second day of Christmas, Sen. Patrick Leahy gave ... a press conference.

Col. David Smith could not have known his senior-year decision to join the Vermont Air National Guard would lead to career lasting more than 31 years at the 158th Fighter Wing. He also couldn’…

Kory Lee George has pleaded not guilty to three charges in connection with the shooting death of his stepfather five months ago in Hinesburg. 

A frigid, blustery night on Monday, Dec. 2, did not stop spectators from gathering for one of South Burlington’s more unique holiday traditions: the lighting of the whales’ tails along Interst…

This is the sixth year that Jay’s Christmas Party has been held. It is sponsored by the Pomerleau family and the Vibrant Church. Rev. Mike Kriesel said the party gets bigger every year. In its…

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