The University of Vermont Medical Center has tentatively set its sights on South Burlington for a new outpatient surgery center to replace the shuttered Fanny Allen campus.

Travia Childs wished a youth center existed in South Burlington when her son was in high school. He was shy and didn’t build many lasting relationships. Many other local students she’s spoken …

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A six-foot-tall glass clock — face swirling with maple leaves, stars and mountains — overlooks the top of the staircase in the new South Burlington Public Library. Commissioned by the public art selection committee, the clock tells more than just the time.

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Train stations drew sold-out railcars and scores of trackside celebrants July 19, when Amtrak passenger service resumed in the Green Mountain State after a 16-month pandemic absence.

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Ling Jiang gestures around her new living room: she’ll put the couch on the side wall, the TV on the opposite one near the stairs and the dining room table next to the kitchen.

After 42 years of service to South Burlington as deputy city manager and head of the recreation and parks department, Tom Hubbard gets his own park.

Two new recreation specialists joined the South Burlington Recreation and Parks department this summer, evidence the department is bouncing back from the starving effects of COVID-19 restricti…

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School’s out, creemee stands are bustling, tomato plants are shooting up, neighbors are slapping watermelon on barbecues and slip n’ slides are slinking out of storage — it’s summer.

Lisa Bedinger last week boxed up 10-years-worth of outreach and care with the South Burlington Community Justice Center. While she exits as director, Bedinger joined the center as panel coordi…

Jennifer Kochman, a South Burlington community advocate and long-time volunteer member of numerous city committees, died on June 11. She was 78.

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