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Phase II of the South Burlington School District’s master planning and visioning process continues. This second stage of the process involves examining how the middle and high school spaces inform the delivery of modern education and vice ver…

HANDS (Helping and Nurturing Diverse Seniors) is once again offering a holiday dinner at the Elks Lodge or a delivered hot meal on Christmas Day. This is the 14th year HANDS is providing these free meals. This year’s efforts are in collaborat…

Give the gift of time. United Way of Northwest Vermont’s mobile-friendly Volunteer Connection connects you to hundreds of local volunteer needs. Search by age, date, county, interests or causes that are important to you. Stay connected to com…

Steps to End Domestic Violence is searching for donors able to provide either gift cards or funding with which to purchase them, in hopes of fulfilling the holiday wishes of children who have benefitted from domestic violence programming and …

Once a month, the smell and sound of popcorn wafts through the halls at Rick Marcotte Central School.

It’s the giving season, and many Vermonters are opening their hearts and checkbooks to donate to their favorite charities. With the current attention on giving, the Vermont Department of Taxes is teaming up with Common Good Vermont to remind …

The South Burlington Community Chorus performs their winter concert, “Celebration of the Season”, on Saturday, Dec. 8, at 7:30 p.m., at the McCarthy Arts Recital Hall, Saint Michael’s College, Colchester.

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What kind of facilities do we need to meet the community’s goals for educating our children both now and decades into the future? South Burlington has been wrestling with this question for several years. Over the past few months, faculty, adm…

As students enter sixth grade at Frederick H. Tuttle Middle School, those interested choose an instrument to be part of the school band. This Nov. 12, parents of these musically inclined students were treated to the sixth graders’ premier con…

The news this November about a malfunctioning boiler in a Vermont apartment building that led to dangerously elevated levels of carbon monoxide is an important reminder for Vermonters to make sure they know how to prevent carbon monoxide pois…

U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) announced that his office will again organize six senior holiday dinners in December. The meals are an opportunity for seniors to come together, enjoy a holiday meal, and hear holiday music performed by local …

Mobius, Vermont’s Mentoring Partnership, announced that the organization has changed its name to MENTOR Vermont. The intention of the name change is to more clearly express the mission of the organization, which supports 140 adult-to-youth me…

According to a survey conducted in Oct. 2017 by Call2Recycle, although 68 percent of Vermonters are aware household batteries can be recycled, only 53 percent have actually recycled their batteries in the past year. Furthermore, there were mo…