School administrators and law enforcement officers gathered in Burlington for a summit on improving school safety.
Riding a bicycle doesn’t have to stop once there’s snow on the ground and an upcoming workshop can help you get ready.
Every time you drive, your tires get worn down, and that time takes a toll.
November 13 marks opening night for the volunteer cast and crew of Lyric Theatre Company’s adaption of the musical comedy.
Kids that go to school in Burlington have to either walk, get a ride with their parents, or hitch a ride with Chittenden County Transportation Authority, but now parents will have to dig into their pockets if they want their kids to ride the bus.
A 24 hour ban for smoking any tobacco products on Church Street has passed.
Big Brothers Security Program, Inc. calls itself a 'car service' but the Taxi Licensing Board disagrees.
Police Chief Mike Schirling addressed the incident over coffee with some local residents.
The Vermont Public Service Board signed off on a deal to eventually offload the telecom company from the city's books.
A man is accused of assaulting police officers and resisting arrest in Burlington early Sunday morning.
Starting November 1st it will cost more to park in downtown Burlington but you'll also have more ways to pay.
In the midst of community scrutiny, the Burlington School Board needs to regain the confidence that they can find a strong candidate for Superintendent.
While some candidates have taken to twitter to gain name recognition, one is tweeting political ideologies from an account with no name.
Champlain Elementary school first grade teacher Rebecca Haslam is the 2015 Vermont Teacher of the Year.
Everybody in Burlington has an opinion on permitting and zoning, and everybody has their own story.
Local leaders say there's more work than what just their local reps can focus on.
Parking in Burlington can be difficult. That's why the city is trying to keep up with the times, by going out with the old and in with the new.
The city took one step closer to regulate taxis in Burlington, but something was missing.
Just seven full time employees work at Craig’s Prototype Facility of Burton Snowboards to test, innovate and create snowboards.
Police and the medical examiner connected the injuries found on Jenkins to possessions belonging to the Prue's.
A new nationwide initiative aims to give veterans the healthcare they deserve.
Getting from point A to point B in Burlington can now be done in the palm of your hand.
Prue tells police in a March 2012 interview he didn't know Melissa Jenkins last name. Calls her "some Melissa."
Over the past decade, housing development in the areas around Burlington have gone up 10 percent. In Burlington, there’s only been a three percent growth.
A 2nd police chase in Burlington in a little more than week leads us to ask questions about the safety of a police chase.
Despite the dreary Saturday rain, people were drawn to the Church Street Marketplace. Big name brands opening downtown could bring more variety, and more jobs.
The city of Burlington is very easily explored on foot but the sidewalks are littered with cracks.
Burlington entrepreneur Paul Budnitz says 45,000 people are joining Ello every hour.
This year's Garden Harvest Party will be celebrating a successful harvest with music, games and, of course, food.
Walking 30 minutes a day can add to your life expectancy and this weekends Heart Walk gives you a chance to start.
What some call “a legalization move” for marijuana in Vermont was the hot button issue at Burlington’s City Council meeting.
Find out who creates the images you see every day during Vermont Design Week. Local Vermont designers are showcasing their work and inviting the community to join.
His life changed dramatically after coming to terms with his addictions to alcohol and cocaine
Music and fun: an ideal scenario for the family at Battery Park Thursday evening. “Having an active and engaged community, one that trusts government, that trusts police is the number one way to keep a community safe and healthy,” said Chief of Burlington Police Mike Schirling.
SEARS says it's looking for smiling, energetic employees who can provide a "WOW" customer experience.
The Burlington City Council will consider adding the referendum to the November 4th ballot.
For a neighborhood that has seen a lot of change over the last 20 years, the City of South Burlington hopes the community will be happy with a new direction
Burlington officials plan on some major changes to taxi regulation by January 1st.
Burlington HS senior Madison Feeney is this week's ABC22/FOX44 Athlete of the Week.
With a full scale search for a new superintendent underway, the Burlington district school board has a lot on its plate, and more is being piled on.
Ithaca, NY points to Burlington as an example of how to respond the right way for 911 calls that originate from mental health issues.
A cancer diagnosis can be shocking, scary, confusing, often times people may feel overwhelmed and alone. But a place in Burlington aims to help take some of that away.
Vermont Department of Health is sending a message to your providers. The bottom line is drinking alcohol at any point of the pregnancy is bad for your baby.
Two over billings and one massive headache for the Burlington Electric Department. What Interim General Manager Neale Lunderville calls a problem with their process will cost the company just shy of $2 million.
The report suggests there should be a shakeup of taxi administrators but holds back from committing a taxi enforcement officer.
Music and mental health awareness are coming together on September 6.
It’s a problem that needs a solution. Assistant Director for Community Development Marcy Krumbine and CEDO have a plan.
Our own meteorologist Steve Glazier was the winner of The Great Donut Race!
This week at the Community Sailing Center on Burlington's waterfront, the Northern Vermont high school sailing team raised their sails for the first time this year
The more than 660 fresh faces attending Champlain College this year posed for the camera.