BURLINGTON — A much-maligned five-way intersection in the South End is being temporarily reconfigured as part of a “pop-up” demonstration Thursday through Friday at noon. The intersection of Howard and St. Paul streets, where South Winooski Avenue comes to an end, will be reconfigured based on “design elements for this busy intersection as proposed by […]
She plays a part in the debate over author Dorothy Canfield Fisher’s legacy. “She was taken care of, she was assisted, but she was not accepted,” one local resident says of Palmer.
Filmmaker Jay Craven is set to remember his collaborator through a statewide series of screenings of the Mosher novel-turned-feature “Where the Rivers Flow North.”
The Middlebury man was zealous about conserving Vermont’s natural beauty, and amassed more than 34,000 acres, most of which is now in the public domain.
The New England Center for Circus Arts is hoping to wipe the slate clean with an entirely new board of directors, a new interim executive director and the return of the founding sisters as artistic directors.
Burlington has received a $500,000 grant to establish a new waterfront park. The money will be used to assist the city in acquiring 12 acres of land to develop a park on the shores of Lake Champlain. The park will occupy a portion of the land formerly owned by Burlington College. Future plans are to […]
A Middlebury College retrospective celebrating “the artist laureate of Vermont” focuses as much on her private struggles as her professional success.
In the early 1800s, James Wilson’s globes, made in Bradford, were considered equals to pricier ones made in Europe. In the years before he died at the age of 92, Wilson perfected a model planetarium.
The state’s human services secretary estimated that roughly 1 in 3 Vermont addicts are in treatment.
Gunnery Sgt. Brendan Johnson enlisted in the Marines in 1994 after graduating from Johnson State College, where he earned a degree in fine arts, said his father.
After dueling presentations about Dorothy Canfield Fisher and the eugenics movement, board Chair Bruce Post tried to temper the heated debate. The board eventually decided it needs more information.
Kibabu, 17, from the Democratic Republic of Congo, drowned in Lake Champlain Monday afternoon as he and friends were trying to reach oil platforms nearly 200 feet from the beach.
A dispute between the woman and her late daughter’s fiance over jewelry he removed from the body highlights the state’s lack of a policy on who has access to people’s remains.
Police said Ali Muhinas and some friends were playing near the riverbank below the Winooski One Hydro dam when bystanders saw three of the boys appear to panic and reach into the water with a stick.