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Allergy sufferers brave ragweed season
If you're sneezing, your nose is running and you're eyes are itchy once again this year -- you're not alone.
Sun Aug 31, 2014
Mon Aug 25, 2014
Credit Card Fraud Takes Thousands from Vermonters
Police say two men in federal custody stole tens of thousands of dollars from Vermonters by accessing their credit and debit card information, although they're still not sure how.
Essex Skating Facility Adds Look-Up Line
Monday the Essex Youth Hockey Association gathered to add another line to the ice at the Essex Skating Facility.
Online H.S. program sees growth
With the start of school just a few days away, empty desks at Springfield High School will soon be buzzing with students, but just down the hallway, at the ermont Virtual Learning Cooperative , classes have been going strong all summer long.
The Deerfield Valley News
Embroiderers' Guild of America - Green Mt. Chapter
The Green Mountain Chapter of the Embroiderers' Guild of America will meet on Wednesday, September 10 at 9:30 am in the Living Room/Dinning Room at The Pines, 5 Aspen Drive, South Burlington, VT 05403.
Sat Aug 23, 2014
Police:Men Spend Thousands with Stolen Credit Cards
Police in Chittenden County arrested two men who they say used stolen credit cards to buy thousands of dollars worth of merchandise at local businesses.
Thu Aug 21, 2014
2 charged in South Burlington break-ins
Two Burlington men are accused of break-ins in South Burlington. Police say just after midnight, they caught Tam Mai, 18, and William Slingerland, 20, burglarizing cars near Logwood and Forest streets.
Police: Men Steal Thousands of Dollars Worth of Stolen Property from Vehicles
South Burlington Police arrested two people who they say broke into vehicles in the areas of Logwood Street and Forest Street early Thursday.
Tue Aug 19, 2014
Police: Man Who Stole Vehicle, Breaks Into Home
A man accused of stealing a vehicle from Burlington, is also accused of breaking into residence on Keari Lane in South Burlington on Monday.
Burlington passenger tries to board plane with gun
A spokesman for the federal Transportation Security Agency says TSA agents discovered a firearm in the carry-on luggage of a man who was trying to board a plane at the Burlington International Airport.
Fri Aug 15, 2014
Hometown Hero: Alan Port
This week's hometown hero volunteer is a retiree doing something completely different than he did during his professional career.
When Should You Retire? How To Figure That Out
It's a very practical and personal question: When is the time to hang up on the job? Josh Patrick, founding principal of Stage 2 Planning Partners in South Burlington, Vt., has some very practical questions you should ask: You might be thinking about retiring, but how do you know when you are really ready for it, mentally and financially? For ... (more)
Thu Aug 14, 2014
How can Vt. lower property taxes and still fund schools?
Municipal leaders are hearing similar complaints from residents around Vermont-- why are property tax bills higher? Thursday, local government officials got together to talk about the school funding formula and the impact on communities.
Bruhn, Dopp recipients of 2014 Hildene Award
On Sunday, July 27, family, friends and colleagues gathered for a celebratory luncheon at Hildene, The Lincoln Family Home, to honor Sarah Dopp of South Burlington and Paul Bruhn of Burlington, the 2014 recipients of the Hildene Award.
Company to host BBQ bash for charity
A South Burlington company is going above and beyond for WPTZ's Class Act, a school supplies drive.
The Brattleboro Reformer
On the road
Field days, county fairs and other outdoor events will attract people to all corners of our state.
Wed Aug 13, 2014
Here's the Skinny on How to Trim Some Fat from Mortgage Junk Fees
Shopping for a home loan might not be as easy as comparing carbs and calories on the backs of different cereal boxes, but borrowers are beginning to see more transparency and get the real skinny on paying closing costs, which can amount from 2 percent to 5 percent of their total home loan amount.
History, High Prices and Community at Thompson's Point
Not long after Susan and Jim Fitzpatrick first visited Thompson's Point more than three decades ago, the South Burlington educators began daydreaming about acquiring a lakeside camp of their own in the sleepy, rustic Charlotte community.
Hanging With the 'Mayor' of Burlington's D-Dock
Kent Cassella has played 11 characters over 226 episodes of "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit," an analyst in 2001's Oscar winner A Beautiful Mind and a smattering of other supporting roles in television and film.