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It's a real estate deal between UVM and the Queen City that could end up kicking some non-profits to the curb.
The man who has overseen the University of Vermont's enrollment and admissions program for the past 6 1 2 years is moving to Delaware.
Ralph Nader is irritated with Bernie Sanders. Sanders won't return his calls, won't combine forces with other progressives, and as a result, he isn't getting as much done as he could, the frequent independent presidential candidate and consumer advocate says.
Gov. Peter Shumlin is promising to "redouble efforts" to improve the education funding system in response to school budget rejections on Town Meeting Day.
"What's that?" you might be saying. "I've been listening to that album for more than a year now."
If the Peruvian kid hadn't knocked Jed Davis off the Ithaca College soccer team, there might not be a Farmhouse Group in Burlington.
Whenever she's taken on a creative challenge in her four years in Vermont, Kit Rivers has plunged in head-first.
Vermont Police say driver of the bloodmobile 56-year-old Zeljko Popovac, of South Burlington, Vt., tried to brake after a vehicle pulled in front of him.
A South Burlington man accused of first-degree attempted murder stemming from an Old North End shooting incident in September changed his plea Monday on the brink of jury trial.
Negotiations for a three-year contract between the Chittenden County Transportation Authority and the Teamsters Local 597 union will continue Saturday, CCTA general manager Bill Watterson told the Burlington Free Press Wednesday.
In the final day of trial testimony in the lawsuit against former Burlington Chief Administrative Officer Jonathan Leopold, three city councilors reviewed how Leopold kept them informed on Burlington Telecom finances.
Members of the Burlington City Council have worked out a strategy to attack second amendment rights in Vermont, where there is a strong preemption law that prevents local governments from enacting separate firearms laws.
In a referendum about the direction of Grand Isle town government, voters bounced two veteran selectmen by 2-1 margins and soundly rejected their proposed $3,775,000 bond issue for a new municipal center Tuesday.
Burlington voters have overwhelmingly approved three charter-change measures that would increase the regulation of guns within city limits.
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The Burlington school budget failed Tuesday, 4,118 to 3424, going down to defeat for the first time since 2003.