Chamberlin School Principal Holly Rouelle didn’t hear the F-35s when they first flew over her school. She knew they were coming, but was busy reading to a class when the jets made their Sept. 19 descent into the Burlington International Airport. Later, when she left the classroom, she was st…

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A quick fix is in store for the Kimball Avenue bridge that was rendered unfit for car and pedestrian traffic after the Halloween storm. According to city officials, a temporary bridge will be …

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Members of the South Burlington Land Trust gave their “two cents” during the city council’s regular meeting on Monday, Nov. 18, and they’re hoping the city will follow suit.

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Several households and a local business, in fair South Burlington, where we lay our scene, from yearslong grudge break to new mutiny, where on-street parking makes civil hands unclean. And lea…

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Burlington city engineers are still evaluating traffic patterns at the intersection of Main Street and University Heights six months after a UVM study called attention to the safety hazards there. 

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The development review board is weighing whether to move forward with the controversial Dorset Meadows project after closing preliminary and final plat application on Nov. 5. The board has 45 …

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The development community and the affordable housing committee are vetting the newest inclusionary zoning proposal for the city ahead of a Dec. 10 public hearing. 

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Over the years, with the telltale whoosh of an F-16 taking off from the Burlington International Airport, teachers at Chamberlin School were known to raise their index finger in what’s known a…

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Interim zoning bylaws will be extended another three months following a public hearing and city council vote on Monday, Nov. 4. While many attendees were pleased to hear the interim zoning com…

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City councilors voiced mixed opinions concerning the South Burlington School District’s proposal for a new estimated $210 million middle/high school building and athletic complex during a stee…

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