Board imposes contract on Burlington teachers

The teachers, represented by the Burlington Education Association, said they made concessions.

Burlington airport to offer final round of home buyouts

The FAA says the last round of buyouts must be offered before the airport’s home improvement noise mitigation program can begin.

Burlington sex offender sentenced to 10 years in prison

A Burlington man convicted of trying to persuade a minor to have sex was sentenced to 10 years in federal prison, according to the office of the U.S. attorney for the district of Vermont. Michael E. Fisher, a registered sex offender, contacted several girls between the ages of 12 and 14 in the Burlington area […]

Burlington finance board approves mayor’s 10-year capital plan

The concerns include replacing aging water and sewer lines and five fire engines, and making sure money is available for further bike path upgrades and road work next year.

Burlington pilots algae bloom mitigation technology

URLINGTON — Following a summer that saw many beach closures resulting from algae blooms in Lake Champlain, the city is allowing a private company to pilot its technology for algae mitigation at North Beach and Perkins Pier. Westford-based EcoSolutions LLC is using two technologies to try and reduce algae blooms. The first is a biological […]

Mayor Miro Weinberger’s Public Appearance Schedule for Sept. 10-16

News Release — Mayor Miro Weinberger September 9, 2016 Contact: Katie Vane 802.734.0617 Mayor Miro Weinberger’s public appearance schedule for September 10-September 16, 2016: Saturday, September 10 9:00 am Laura’s March 5k Walk/Run – Burlington Bike Path at Oakledge Park Sunday, September 11 7:00 am Vermont Remembers Run – 789 VT Army National Guard Road, […]

Burlington police chief calls for reforms to curb racial bias

Chief Brendan del Pozo earned some of his loudest applause when he called for changes at the Police Academy in Pittsford.

City of Burlington Employs Pilot Project to Address Blue-Green Algae Blooms in Lake Champlain

News Release – Mayor Miro Weinberger September 8, 2016 Contact: Katie Vane Mayor’s Office 802.734.0617 Dave Whitney, CEO EcoSolutions 802.878.7464 Erin Desautels, Principal Vermont Small Business Accelerators, LLC EcoSolutions and Main Street Project Services 802.922.0495 EcoSolutions Demonstration Will Test Phosphorus Reduction Project at North Beach and Perkins Pier Boat House Burlington, VT – On August […]

Documents shed new light on Burlington College burglary

Computers and other electronics were destroyed, and “water had been poured on some of the computer servers.”

Burlington announces ‘Innovation Week’ coming in October

Purpose is to highlight the social and economic contributions of Vermont’s entrepreneurial and technological “creative ecosystem.”

Burlington College president blames Jane Sanders, others for school’s demise

Dr. Carol Moore said the college closed because of actions taken by Jane Sanders and a lack of sufficient oversight by the school’s board of trustees and a local bank.

Stabbing suspect pleads not guilty to murder charge

Jacob St. Amour, 20, of Williston is charged with killing 22-year-old Ryan Durkin of South Burlington.

Mayor Miro Weinberger’s public appearance schedule for Sept. 5-9

News Release — Mayor Miro Weinberger September 2, 2016 Contact: Katie Vane 802.734.0617 Mayor Miro Weinberger’s public appearance schedule for September 5-September 9, 2016: Monday, September 5 City offices closed in observance of Labor Day 1:00 pm Richard Tom Foundation Kids Bike Race – Main Street Tuesday September 6 No public appearances scheduled Wednesday, September […]

Burlington city government to go into overdrive in September

Mayor Miro Weinberger is pushing to get bonding for his $27 million, 10-year capital plan on the November ballot.