Gov. Phil Scott joined Maj. Gen. Steven Cray at a Dec. 6 press conference at Camp Johnson in Colchester to address allegations of sexual misconduct, preferential treatment by superiors, and alcohol abuse among male Vermont National Guard members highlighted in articles reported by VTDigger.
Two civic powerhouses of the South Burlington community were honored by the Vermont Chamber of Commerce last week as the 2018 Citizens of the Year.
Concerns over how the planning commission can incorporate an affordable housing zoning proposal into the current pause in city development spurred most of the conversation at Monday’s City Council meeting.
Winter has officially landed with its mix of snow, slush, and cold. But, if your gift giving budget has left little leeway for traveling somewhere warm, fret not! This past weekend allowed for ample opportunity to experience a myriad of cultu…
The Christmas cheer was inescapable at Vibrant Church on Dec. 1 for the annual Jay’s Christmas Party. Laughter filled the room as kids with painted faces ran through the crowds, sat on Santa’s lap to tell him their Christmas wishes, and watch…
State representatives on Monday, Nov. 26 hosted their first post-Election Day legislative forum at the South Burlington Community Library.
A joint local, state and federal investigation is underway into a possible embezzlement of nearly $200,000 over two years from the Moose Lodge No. 1618 on Williston Road in South Burlington, Vermont Superior Court records show.
The state has taken over two homes for the elderly in South Burlington and one in St. Albans after officials say the Texas-based owner failed to carry out basic business practices for months and in recent weeks failed to stock food.
The ballot was crowded for Chittenden County senate candidates, but voters across the state’s most populous region managed to zero in on the six incumbents and vote to send them all back to Montpelier in January.
For likely the last time, civilians were allowed into areas of the Vermont Air National Guard Base where the new F-35 fighter jets will arrive in less than a year.
Howard Center is proud to welcome South Burlington resident Sally Fox to its Board of Trustees. Fox became a Senator from Chittenden County in 2010 and serves on the Senate Health and Welfare and Finance Committees.