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Rice Memorial High School opened a new Makerspace Lab this past fall to give students an opportunity to share ideas and solve real-world problems, while developing critical thinking and engineering skills.

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The day after Town Meeting Day, the school board held its March 6 meeting and discussed various topics, including a review of board member policies, noise concerns at Chamberlin School, and the use of security cameras.

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“People in the book business tell us that young adult fantasy is today’s most popular genre,” says author Dave Schneider. “And people in the ski business say there are millions of skiers and snowboarders worldwide, with nine million in the U.…

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The Vermont Department of Motor Vehicles is updating the security features of Vermont driver’s licenses and non-driver ID cards. Beginning this July, licenses and IDs will no longer be printed during a visit to a Vermont DMV office.

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Claire Deng, 13, of South Burlington, was born in Seattle, Wash. on Aug. 18, 2005. She moved with her family to South Burlington in 2006 just after her first birthday. She attended Rick Marcotte Central School and was in the 8th grade at Fred…

A team from Frederick H. Tuttle Middle School won the MathCounts Northwest Region of Vermont competition for the eighth consecutive year. Coordinated by the University of Vermont College of Engineering and Mathematical Sciences and the Vermon…

The Vermont Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired (VABVI) received a digital education grant of $10,000 from Spectrum to help support an iOS training program. The grant will teach VABVI clients how to use technology to connect with …

The Knights of Columbus host their annual Super Bingo at the DoubleTree Convention Center, 870 Williston Road, Sunday, April 7. Doors open at 10 a.m. and the first game begins at 12:30 p.m. Admission is $50, and only 530 seats are available.

James Chiu, an IBM retiree and South Burlington resident, died on Wednesday, Feb. 27, 2019, at home following an eight-month battle with lung and brain cancer.