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Vermont's F-35 Foes Have Found a Sympathetic Poster Child in "Gramma"
Patrick Leahy's Main Street office in Burlington. After speaking at the event, Sargent hand-delivered a box of fudge to Leahy's fourth-floor suite.
7 hrs ago
Burlington's New North End Looks a Lot Different Than It Did 50 Years Ago
Burlington's New North End used to be reliably conservative. For a time, residents of Wards 4 and 7 elected four Republicans to represent them on the Burlington City Council.
Wed May 22, 2013
Swilling Suds and Learning Beer Basics With Burlington Brew Tours
It's hard to miss the Burlington Brew Tours bus when it comes to pick you up. At happy hour last Friday, I was standing outside Seven Days ' headquarters when a shuttle emblazoned with a frosty beer mug arrived.
A Bike-Friendly Burlington Remains More Aspiration than Reality
It was easy for a merry band of riders to imagine the future of bicycling in Burlington last week as they took, ironically, a pedal into the past.
Bocce Season Begins in Burlington
Burlington's Bocce season began Saturday with a ribbon cutting ceremony at Oakledge Park.
Gas leak prompts evacuations in South Burlington
A construction crew working on stormwater improvements hit an unmarked Vermont Gas line on Hayes Avenue.
Tue May 21, 2013
Farm fresh and gluten free at the Burlington, Vermont farmer's market
Sloping over Lake Champlain, the country's sixth largest lake, with westerly views of the Adirondack Mountains, Burlington is Vermont 's financial, educational, medical, and cultural hub.
S. Burlington teachers work on new contract
The school board and teachers in the Vermont city of South Burlington are hoping a mediator can help them reach an agreement on a new contract.
Mon May 20, 2013
Graduation day at UVM
College graduation season is in full swing -- and Sunday in Burlington it was a big one.
Sun May 19, 2013
Texas Roadhouse 'Going Strawless' to help the environment
LOUISVILLE, Ky. To support the environment and encourage guests to stay abreast of efforts to conserve plastic, for a week in May, several Texas Roadhouse locations will cut loose its straps and unhook tradition by "Going Strawless!" After hearing 11-year-old Milo Cress speak at a conference, restaurants throughout Texas were inspired to follow in ... (more)
Testing the brakes
Helmets also got an inspection. If the tykes could pass the obstacle course, and had a well-fitted helmet, they received a personalized bike license photo.
Fri May 17, 2013
Hotel Vermont opens in downtown Burlington
Hotel Vermont quietly opened its doors Friday after 18 months of construction, though not all its 125 guest rooms are quite finished.
City plans range of transit, bike-friendly upgrades
Thirty-two hundred Vermonters have signed up to take the 'pledge' this week, finding alternatives to driving alone in the car to work.
Big drug bust shocks residents in Burlington neighborhood
Federal agents warn residents in a Burlington neighborhood to stay clear of a house they say could be contaminated.
the Hub: New studio teaches self-defense and empowerment
Paula Lee of South Burlington is passionate about self-defense. In the hope of passing that passion on to others, she and her business partner, Gerald McCan, have opened the Self Defense Institute, Ltd.
Penguin Plunge in peril?
Winter events at Burlington's Waterfront Park are in limbo. A permitting controversy has the city and a popular charity scrambling to find a solution.
The Brattleboro Reformer
Grega pleads not guilty to 1994 murder; DNA testing argued
More than eight months after he walked out of prison due to new DNA evidence, John Grega pleaded not guilty to the latest charges alleging that he murdered his wife in 1994.
Thu May 16, 2013
Burlington promotes walking, biking, bus rides
The "Way to Go" Multi-Modal Bike Tour kicked off Thursday morning in downtown Burlington.
New study eases worries about heart risk and hysterectomy
Each year, millions of women contemplating a hysterectomy must weigh the pros and cons of the procedure.
Burlington students get a lesson in giving back
"We decided to come down here and do random acts of kindness because we saw it on the internet and we thought it was a good idea, so we made all these flowers," said Norah Mitchell, a student.