The representative and candidate for lieutenant governor says she needs time to campaign.
BURLINGTON — A Burlington man pleaded not guilty Tuesday to burglary charges in connection with what police say was a spree of robberies at city restaurants and bars. Police were pursuing Lance Mason, 44, who had escaped from the Department of Corrections, in connection with two overnight burglaries at the Red Onion Deli and Red […]
The One Day application measures greenhouse gas emissions for daily energy use, including time spent in the shower and the night-time temperature of a home. The app is designed to help consumers learn how they can cut back on energy use and contribute to a greener environment.
Planning commissioners aren’t keen on a new push to build a fresh task force focused on planBTV and SouthEnd developments, and longtime residents say they already have a good system.
The contest’s website promises $20,000 in combined cash and prizes, and Taylor said there are a number of raffles that will be drawn throughout the contest to keep spirits high – and two “minute to win-it” style challenges along the way.
As the state reviews Comcast’s cable license, PEG TV stations come under scrutiny.
Some Burlington residents are questioning a pilot program to reduce a section of North Avenue from four lanes to two to accommodate bicycles.
Electric vehicles made by BMW, Chevrolet, Ford, Mitsubishi, Nissan, Smart, Toyota, Volkswagen and Tesla will be on display at Vermont Teddy Bear in Shelburne on Wednesday.
Days after two city councilors vowed to draft a resolution removing housing from parts of planBTV South End, the mayor said he opposed housing in the Enterprise Zone, too.
Yaw Obeng, the new Burlington School District superintendent, said he intends to put student equity and inclusion at the forefront of his efforts.
Tensions over the city’s plans to re-envision the neighborhood will be expressed creatively as part of Burlington’s annual celebration of art and culture.
The city will experiment with temporary transportation projects designed to give residents an idea of what a permanent installation might look like.
If everything goes according to plan, construction will begin in 2019. The federal government will pay for 100 percent of the $2.83 million upgrade.
City likely to go ahead with improvements at Pine Street and Lakeside Avenue despite bids that were $100,000 over estimates.