Another judge rejected an earlier offer for Christopher Lopez as too lenient, but he ended up getting a better deal the second time.
News Release — Veterans Town Hall Oct. 17, 2017 Contact: Kristen Eaton [email protected] Burlington, Vermont — On Sunday, November 5th at 1pm, a special town hall event for veterans and members of the community will take place at Contois Auditorium in Burlington’s City Hall. The event, inspired by author Sebastian Junger, is a community forum […]
News Release — City Market October 16, 2017 Contact: Allison Hope (Formerly Weinhagen) Director of Community Engagement, City Market 802-861-9750 [email protected] www.CityMarket.coop $30,000 to be donated to support the Vermont food system Burlington, VT – City Market has announced the 2017 recipients of its Co-op Patronage Seedling Grants, a grants program to support the local […]
News Release — Office of Mayor Miro Weinberger October 16, 2017 Contact: Katie Vane 802.734.0617 Mayor Miro Weinberger’s public appearance schedule for October 16 – 20, 2017: Monday, October 16 6:00 pm Board of Finance Meeting – Conference Room 12, City Hall 7:00 pm City Council Meeting – Contois Auditorium, City Hall Tuesday, October 17 […]
As we near a decision on a Burlington Telecom buyer, though, let’s make sure the council and mayor weigh all of the risks and benefits.
A psychiatric evaluation was ordered for Aita Gurung, 34, of Burlington, who police say killed his wife and nearly killed his mother-in-law with a meat cleaver.
Burlington Mayor Miro Weinberger and the city council will choose two finalists on Monday.
Protester Albert Petrarca said using a white man’s discovery of the region as the starting point for the mural is “fake history.” “You obliterated an entire race, nation, culture of people from that history.”
“It is time to get this long-awaited project built,” Mayor Miro Weinberger said of the Town Center plan. The developer has newly committed to a district heat system downtown.
Aita Gurung killed his wife, police say, on the same day he was released from a hospital after voluntarily seeking a mental health evaluation earlier this month.
Miro Weinberger said there is a “near certainty” the city would be sued if it accepts the $12 million offer from Keep Burlington Telecom Local.
News Release — Office of Mayor Miro Weinberger October 9, 2017 Contact: Katie Vane 802.734.0617 Delegation of Residents from Honfleur, France Will Visit on October 10 Burlington, VT – The City of Burlington will welcome a delegation from its Honfleur, France Sister City, including Mayor Michel Lamarre and citizens of Honfleur, at a press conference […]
The group quickly became a national phenom with a cult following.
The case against Wesley Richter, 20, was sparked by an overheard phone conversation, according to officials.