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.
The town is trying to block a preliminary injunction requested by the railroad involving the Selectboard’s enactment of a hazardous materials ordinance in August.
The court found that the pipeline project did not materially affect the public’s use of a town park.
Cases against dealers in overdose deaths can be difficult to prove.
The case was the latest in a series of violent incidents downtown this year.
Some City Council members are crying foul at the withdrawal of one of the bids, saying their trust was violated.
Agents posed as underage girls in online forums such as Craigslist and arranged to meet the men for sexual encounters. When the men arrived at the agreed upon locations, they were arrested.
Keep BT Local’s proposal not only maintains local control, but also keeps wealth circulating throughout the local community, into the hands of many.
Petitions are circulating urging the Selectboard to consider removing Town Manager Joe Colangelo. He has faced questions since the departure of the longtime police chief.
News Release — Boys & Girls Club of Burlington Sept. 9, 2017 Contact: David Agnew Blais, 802-864-5263, [email protected] Burlington, VT – The Boys & Girls Club of Burlington has been selected by Lowe’s as a recipient for their 2017 Renovation Across the Nation grant. This program, launched in 2016 by Boys & Girls Clubs of […]
News Release — CSWD Sept. 6, 2017 Media Contact: Jonny Finity Marketing & Communications Manager (802) 872-8100 x246 [email protected] CSWD offers alternative drop-off options for those unable to take advantage of the event A household hazardous waste collection event was forced to shut down early on Saturday, September 2nd, when a resident brought material for […]
The union says it won’t start hammering out next year’s contract unless the board reopens talks on the current year. That means a strike isn’t imminent, but it’s not ruled out either.
News Release — Burlington City Arts Sept. 5, 2017 For More Information About Flag Competition: Andrew Krebbs Communications Director, Burlington City Arts P 802.865.5355 C 205.541.6098 E [email protected] To Reach Mayor Miro Weinberger: Katie Vane Communications & Projects Coordinator P 802.734.0617 E [email protected] Burlington City Arts seeks public submissions until October 15 Burlington, VT (September […]
News Release — City of Burlington – Parks, Recreation & Waterfront Sept. 5, 2017 Contact: Open Streets BTV [email protected] On Sunday, September 17th , Open Streets BTV invites people of all ages to bike, stroll, roll, skate and celebrate one of Burlington’s largest public spaces – our streets! Come enjoy miles of safe streets for […]