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This is the last of three articles summarizing the responses of 431 voters as they left their South Burlington polling stations on Nov. 6, 2018. The survey was part of a research project conducted by the author’s Sociology class at Saint Mich…

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After the federal government shutdown left close to a million federal employees working without pay for 35 days, a Vermont organization is helping to shoulder their costs.

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The Vermont Chinese School celebrated Chinese New Year, the Year of the Pig, on Sunday afternoon at the Frederick H. Tuttle Middle School cafeteria. Vermont Chinese School teachers and board members attended the event alongside community memb…

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This is the second of three articles summarizing the responses of 431 voters as they left their respective South Burlington polling stations on Nov. 6. The survey was part of a research project conducted by the author’s sociology class at Sai…

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An IRS-certified intern from the University of Vermont who works with the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) Program said, “As a local anti-poverty agency, CVOEO (the Champlain Valley Office of Economic Opportunity) acts as an incredible …

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Frost on an East Terrace picture window tells a beautiful story of below zero temperatures on Martin Luther King Day.

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Organized by the city’s recreation and parks department, Young at Heart is a group of age 55-plus adults who meet each Wednesday at 12 p.m. at South Burlington City Hall, 575 Dorset Street, for lunch and programs. Lunch is served at 12:15 p.m…

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On Nov. 6, nearly 7,000 voters went to one of the four South Burlington voting stations to cast their mid-term vote, preceded by some 2,700 “early voters” who had already cast their ballots at City Hall or by mail. If you were among the Elect…

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Brian Minier announced he is seeking election to the South Burlington School Board. He cited his gratitude to the South Burlington community, and specifically his admiration for the school district, as his reasons for seeking the position.

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South Burlington’s St. John Vianney Catholic Church will host the last of six public meetings planned around the state in an effort to promote full transparency and communication about Catholic matters in Vermont.

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Candidate petitions for individuals interested in seeking election to the South Burlington City Council and the South Burlington Board of School Directors are due Monday, Jan. 28 by 5 p.m. Consent forms and petitions, which must have the sign…