Less than one percent of residents in South Burlington lack solid Wi-Fi access. That’s about six homes out of over 6,000 in the city. But for those few pockets, city officials hope that joining a communications union district will mean 100 percent coverage as the landscape of broadband chang…

While South Burlington city councilors seem keen to follow the Queen City’s lead in their efforts to eliminate fossil fuel use during new construction, city manager Jessie Baker cautioned against passing another ordinance the city can’t enforce.

South Burlington joined a growing number of Vermont communities adopting declarations of inclusion after passing a statement last month that condemns discrimination and pledges to take concret…

Beta Technologies plans to stay in South Burlington for a long time, at least 75 years with a six-year extension, per its new lease agreement at the Burlington International Airport.

The South Burlington City Council officially set the municipal tax rate at 47 cents last week, a bit higher than predicted when residents voted to approve the budget on Town Meeting Day.

No one except a few high-ranking officials knew that the South Burlington Fire Department was getting a new leader until two weeks ago.

A 7-acre slice of land bordering the Wheeler Nature Park that the city of South Burlington swapped in a lawsuit settlement with landowner J.A. McDonald, also known as JAM Golf, is the closest …

South Burlington officials added a few changes to the official city map to make room for new bicycle and pedestrian paths, even though they don’t exist yet.

One glaring error in an April report from the Vermont League of Cities and Towns claimed South Burlington created 1,857 more jobs in its tax increment financing district than it actually did.

A small, empty patch of land sandwiched between the Chamberlin neighborhood and the Burlington International Airport will remain preserved — for now.

South Burlington city officials have pushed off expensive maintenance of some of its parks and sports fields, prioritizing other infrastructure and delaying other projects during the pandemic,…

A South Burlington task force argues that the Chamberlin neighborhood has suffered enough from F-35 noise, the removal of hundreds of homes, the loss of critical affordable housing and the disintegration of its community.

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