As a candidate for adjutant general of the Vermont National Guard, Rosanne Greco differentiates herself from her male counterparts on several levels, especially on the basis of gender.
The Black Lives Matter flag was raised over South Burlington High School on Friday after months of discussion, planning, public input, and protest, topped with a campus media ban.
The Frederick H. Tuttle Middle School All-Starz had the highest number of participants for a middle school at the annual Penguin Plunge to benefit Special Olympics Vermont at the Burlington Waterfront on Saturday. Tuttle team members raised o…
A 30-page court decision issued last week details a disturbing timeline regarding reports of mismanagement and neglect at four Pillsbury senior living communities.
The South Burlington Rotary Club held its first Honors Evening on Jan. 25 at Trader Duke’s Hotel to thank donors, honor recipients of Rotary donations of time or talent, and to award the 2018 Tuttle Memorial Award.
Until recently, Vermont was one of only a few states without a diaper bank. Through the work of the Junior League of Champlain Valley (JLCV), that gap has been filled.
Terry Francis was announced as the new South Burlington Fire Chief on Jan. 11. Francis has served in an interim capacity since former South Burlington Fire Department Chief Douglas Brent’s retirement in June 2018. Previously, Francis served a…
What does the word “slavery” bring to mind? An institution of shameful enslavement long abolished? Many would be surprised to know that a form of modern slavery, known as human trafficking, is a thriving business worldwide and a global human …
Over a year after the community library moved to its temporary location in the University Mall, the South Burlington High School library has undergone its own improvements to better meet student needs.
Three hundred and sixty-five days, 52 weeks, or 12 months – no matter how you slice it, 2018 was a year of great growth for South Burlington, as well as great loss. In between, there was community, camaraderie and new beginnings.
No arrests have been made and there is no new information regarding a bomb threat on Dec. 22 directed at the new Target store that forced an evacuation of the University Mall.
Every two weeks for the last two years, a group of eight civically and faith-minded community leaders meets for breakfast at Trader Dukes. They discuss their roles and the needs of South Burlington, and how they can help their neighbors.
Local reaction continues regarding recent allegations of sexual misconduct, preferential treatment by superiors, and alcohol abuse among male Vermont National Guard members highlighted in articles reported by VTDigger.
A bomb threat Saturday directed at the new Target store at University Mall closed the store and forced the evacuation of the entire mall on one of the busiest shopping days of the holiday season.