Before Jan. 8, Wendy Brodie, executive director of The Arbors in Shelburne, said she hoped that Friday would be a new beginning.
Students and staff at Frederick H. Tuttle Middle School stayed at home Tuesday after the district discovered someone in the community tested positive for COVID-19.
At 7, Zach Latta took apart his parents’ computer and put it back together. At 12, Latta was part of team that developed an online video game with 10,000 users.
Sue Raatikainen is a self-proclaimed library lover. When she moved to Vermont a few years ago, she naturally gravitated towards the Friends of the South Burlington Public Library, a group who …
For about nine years, until last March when the pandemic shutdown in-school instruction, Essex, New York, town supervisor Ken Hughes’ children used the ferry to get to Lake Champlain Waldorf School.
Sam Donahue didn’t feel the needle prick as the nurse perched next to him, rubbed something cold on his skin and injected the first half of a COVID-19 vaccine into his arm.
After two years, a taskforce investigating murder allegations at the long-shuttered Saint Joseph’s Orphanage in Burlington determined that children were likely physically, sexually and emotion…
Rep. Peter Welch, a Democrat, was with colleagues in the House Chamber at the country’s capitol Wednesday when protestors stormed the building.
In March, as the coronavirus pandemic snaked its way through the country, statehouses and schools closed, folks were told to stay home, people lost their jobs and couldn’t buy food, others were trapped in abusive homes.
When Claire Giroux-Williams shaved her head mid-pandemic on a dare, she didn’t know it would turn into a fundraising contest for the Vermont Family Network where she works.
After ten years, construction of a new airplane taxiway at Burlington International Airport has finally finished. But with passenger traffic down by about 80 to 90 percent since March, take-of…
Is your neighborhood looking holly and jolly? A tour through South Burlington brought images of everything but the sugarplums — lights, displays and decor abound.
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.