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There simply aren’t enough hours in a day for Lise Veronneau. Sitting at her desk in the Burlington Fire & Police Department, the South Burlington resident has heaps of work as business administrator. But on top of it all, she’s a liaison for all things French.

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A South Burlington fire engulfed a building on the Belter Farm during the early hours of Sunday morning. No people or animals were harmed by the blaze. The structure was deemed a complete loss, with damages totaling about $350,000.

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After learning how to properly jam the plastic spigot into the maple tree to start the flow of sap in Wheeler Nature Park, Saturday, Lan Luo lifted up her son, Andrew Jiang, to let him try.

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South Burlington residents can soon engage with local leaders via a phone application. The app aims to build trust between governing bodies and citizens through real-time communication on hot ticket issues from road conditions to city council…

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When people think about fighting climate change and saving the environment, religious groups may not immediately come to mind, but Vermont Interfaith Power and Light is doing just that. 

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With about six months left before the Vermont Air National Guard receives its new fleet of F-35A fighter aircraft, opponents of the move have mobilized against the possibility that the new fleet will ultimately carry nuclear weapons as part o…

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Daylight saving time begins at 2 a.m., Sunday, Mar. 10, when clocks should be advanced one hour ahead. Local fire departments also remind residents to change the batteries in their smoke alarms when they change their clocks.

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For years, Sophie Ballard sat in the stands at her siblings’ hockey games, itching to get on the ice. Ballard has cognitive disabilities that affect her balance and motor skills, so she has never had the opportunity to learn how to skate. Tha…

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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.

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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.

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The survey is up and the Dog Park Committee is awaiting residents’ input, whether you own a dog not.

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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…