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KidSafe Collaborative, an independent Chittenden County agency focused solely on keeping the community working together to prevent and address child abuse and neglect, held its 30th Annual Outstanding Service Awards luncheon April 4. Held dur…

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The energy and cost saving initiative is a joint effort of the Department of Public Works and the South Burlington Energy Committee. According to Public Works Director Justin Rabidoux, the LEDs are being installed on Dorset Street from Kenned…

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Discover how to “read” old forested farmscapes to trace 300 years of land use history in Vermont. Reveal the stories of the families who shaped the landscape as we see it today. Develop the ability to interpret cultural imprints encountered i…

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Good fences make good neighbors, the old adage says. However, in the case of six local municipalities, the very opposite may soon ring true. This winter, South Burlington officials began talking with neighboring towns about a possible multi-c…

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A plan to establish a much-needed food shelf in the state’s second-largest city is gaining traction, and a home.

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Market Street is once again closed for construction, and will be through the summer, at least. Commuters will still be able to access the Rick Marcotte Central School and the Department of Motor Vehicles from either end of Market Street but w…

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From taxiway reconstruction to adding a new airline and direct flights with it, the Burlington International Airport is paving the way for future planning and change, and shows no sign of stopping.

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Residents are invited to attend the annual general meeting of the South Burlington Land Trust, Sunday, April 7, 6 p.m., at the Ridgewood Estates Club House off of Swift and Dorset Streets.

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Join the Howard Center for their April 17, 6 to 7:30 p.m., Community Education Session “Brain Health: What’s the heart got to do with it?”

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The South Burlington School District Mindfulness Program will host a public talk entitled “Mental Health and the Adolescent Brain” offered by Paula Ralston, South Burlington School District psychologist, Tuesday, April 9, 6:30 to 8 p.m., in t…

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The South Burlington Recreation and Parks Department hosts a Family Bingo Night Saturday, April 6, 5:30 to 7:30 p.m., at South Burlington City Hall, 575 Dorset Street.

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The South Burlington community is invited to join a Vermont Reads event Thursday, April 4, 6:30 to 7:30 p.m., at the Frederick H. Tuttle Middle School cafeteria. The featured book is “March: Book One,” the first of a trilogy written by civil …

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South Burlington Fire and Rescue just completed its busiest year to date. In 2018, the department responded to 3,765 calls for service. During this time, according to Lt. Bradley Dattilio, firefighters encountered numerous incidents that pres…

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With the closing date for the South Burlington arcade and entertainment center Pizza Putt quickly approaching, the local community is coming out in spades to give the family hangout a proper sendoff. The entertainment center and restaurant ha…

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South Burlington Business Association members and friends had the opportunity to see the renovations at the new Delta Hotels Marriot Burlington (formerly Trader Duke’s Hotel) on Tuesday, March 7. They sampled Chef’s Choice appetizers from the…