RISE, a new summit hosted by the University of Vermont that brings research, innovation, sustainability and entrepreneurship together to address pressing problems that communities around the country face, will be held at the university’s Davi…

After six months of organizing, the Champlain Valley Lions Club is making its debut. The newly formed chapter of Lions Clubs International will serve Shelburne, South Burlington the University of Vermont and the south side of Burlington. The …

The Chaine du Vermont presents Bastille Day Fête to benefit three area food shelves on July 13, 5-9 p.m. at the Wheeler Homestead at Common Roots, 1100 Dorset St., South Burlington.

“Instinctive Paths,” a group exhibit of works in diverse styles and mediums from regional artists is now showing at Furchgott Sourdiffe Gallery in Shelburne through July 15.

Ethan Tapper, award-winning forester for Chittenden County, will lead residents of Shelburne through the LaPlatte River Park to show how diverse riverine and upland forest habitats support a wide range of wildlife.

On May 23 around 1:15 p.m. while walking his dog, Hank, behind the post office by the LaPlatte trails, Shawn Clifford of Shelburne captured this “huge black bear” staring him down from about 10 feet away, close to nearby houses.

A Champlain Valley Union high school senior was one of two Vermont students recognized for a Presidential Scholar award for academic excellence this year — an ambitious goal that Samuel Yager says has followed him throughout his entire high s…

Students from Champlain Valley Union High School are asking administrators to consider implementing a new ethnic studies and social equity credit as a requirement for graduation.

The Vermont Chamber of Commerce is hosting a reception for the state’s business leaders to honor the career of Sen. Patrick Leahy on Thursday, June 8, 4:30-7:30 p.m. at the University of Vermont’s Dudley H. Davis Center.

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