Seifer, who died on Tuesday, worked in the city’s Community and Economic Development Office from 1983 to 2011. Friends and colleagues said he built the foundation for sustainable community development.
Jessie Baker, the South Burlington city manager, said the policy would help ensure that even if shelter through local and state programs isn’t available for people who are experiencing homelessness, the city won’t “push them off to another municipality.”
A transgender Vermont high school student who was the target of a transphobic hate campaign is breaking her silence.
At its meeting Nov. 14, the South Hero Selectboard voted unanimously to hire an attorney to oversee the process of obtaining a bond. Voters would be asked to approve borrowing up to $1.2 million on Town Meeting Day next March.
A Who’s Who of local announcers are joining forces to raise money for the 50th annual WSYB Christmas Fund, which has reaped $2 million for families in need since its start in 1972.
The ski-racing circuit’s lone U.S. stop for women, battling a weekend of wild weather, drew its biggest-ever crowd — even if Vermont-schooled Olympic gold medalist Mikaela Shiffrin wasn’t as victorious.
Mitchell has been playing gigs in the Winooski and Burlington area for more than 30 years. He’s worked with Jay-Z, Janet Jackson, Yoko Ono, Backstreet Boys, The Strokes, Michael Buble and Moby. But still he feels danger when he steps outside.
Land speculation, claims by both New Hampshire and New York, and reluctant acquiescence were among the potholes that had to be overcome.
This week’s Young Writers Project entry is “To your little house and home” by Caroline Watts, 15, of Fairly. Artwork from the Young Writers Project library is a carving by Lola Squire.
A Vermont family is grateful a Brattleboro letter carrier figured out how to deliver a 1921 postcard with a mysterious cross-country history.