The long-awaited, much anticipated Market Street, a former private road turned thoroughfare and heart of South Burlington’s City Center, can now add Vermont Planners Association “Project of the Year”’ to its list of accolades.

Geoffrey and Carly Bennett, a married couple, were surprised to receive reduction in force notices in May from the South Burlington School District.

Marching ever closer to the two-year mark, South Burlington’s interim zoning bylaw was again extended, this time until Sept. 22.

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South Burlington’s new City Hall/Library/Senior Center at 180 Market St., decades in the making, now has a name.


It was strike two at the polls on May 28 as South Burlington voters rejected the school district’s revised Fiscal Year 2021 budget proposal.

The about $53.7 million proposal failed by a count of 2,924-1,613 votes.

In the midst of a South Burlington City Council meeting, bars of N.W.A.’s “F--- the Police” infiltrated discussion, causing confusion.

At first it was unclear where the music was coming from. Councilors looked around seemingly unsure of what was transpiring.


South Burlington administrators will take a salary freeze for the 2020-21 school year.

The school board ratified this decision after administrators brought the proposal forward during contract negotiations.

South Burlington residents will head back to the polls next week as the school district puts a new budget proposal to a vote.

The district is proposing an about $53.7 million budget, which represents a 3.8% spending increase over the current fiscal year, and a 5.91% tax rate increase.


No shirt, no shoes – no mask – no service. Local businesses have city councilors’ backing to take safety measures following discussion on Monday night.


With each turn of the “spigot” Vermont slowly inches towards normalcy. But despite Gov. Phil Scott’s measures to allow gatherings of less than 10 people, gradual reopening of area parks, trail…


As mixed opinions continue to surface about whether the South Burlington Development Review Board should be meeting virtually during a pandemic, discussions about an Old Farm Road development …

Nearly two months after a Town Meeting Day defeat, the school board has approved a budget.


As of press deadline, Gov. Phil Scott had not implemented a policy compelling Vermonters to wear face coverings in public places during the COVID-19 state of emergency.

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