The Community Sailing Center has a summer program for everyone to get out on the lake.
The next step in rehabbing Burlington's Waterfront Bike Path is underway. City leaders met to discuss a renewed recreation path in the Queen City. Ground broke last year on phase one of the rehab and now plans are moving forward.
Champ taught us the hex this morning to get us ready for this years season!
ECHO in Burlington has a new exhibit until September.
To keep up with evolving competition, Burlington's biggest cab company is investing in one of Europe's most popular cloud-based taxi network.
A water main break caused crews to make the repairs.
A fake distress call on the water could cost you if caught.
The Greater Burlington YMCA recognized its long-standing partnership with the Howard Center.
Dozens of neighbors came together Wednesday night to map out the future of their community.
The police exist to serve and protect, but some feel there should be a limit to what equipment protects the public.
Burlington Police say they have a person of interest.
With the Vermont City Marathon and Memorial Day around the corner, the stage is set for business bucks spent downtown.
All signs point to a strong financial year for Burlington. A clean audit and $750,000 from a Burlington Electric Department billing error puts the City in a good position.
The "People's Housing Summit" brought together neighborhoods and communities wanting a different perspective on how to fix Burlington's housing crisis.
The 27th annual People's United Bank Vermont City Marathon is Sunday May 24, more information both runners and spectators need to know.
It's been seven months since the side share service Uber began operations in Burlington. Cab owners say the city could do more to enforce it's own rules.
May is National Water Safety Month! The Pomerleau Family Y helps us with some tips.
Burlington Police along with K9s Andre and Capone visit us in studio to talk about the work they do and the training they go through.
Some projects can't be done in a day, but for one local family a little neighborly help goes a long way.
The City is looking for your opinion on what it takes to be the ideal candidate for leading Vermont's largest city police force.
Organizers demonstrated solidarity with the victims of Saturday's devastating earthquake.
The year-long study is set to begin in the fall.
This summer, Burlington Public Works has almost double their budget for sidewalk repairs and developing the state's largest walking infrastructure.
A new owner, a new vision, and now the first of many new stores is coming to the biggest mall in Vermont's biggest city.
Burlington Parks, Recreation and Waterfront has a lot of projects in store for the spring season.
The 10th annual event invites you to celebrate mud season.
Burlington Police Detective Jeff Beerworth visits the morning show to discuss the book he is writing about the 150 year history of the Burlington Police Department.
The unidentified man was last seen in the neighborhood around Pearl Street.
The Ethan Allen Club, transformed into a warming shelter this winter, serves as a model example for a low-barrier housing first option in Burlington.
Thursday, the Mayor's office released an account of Mayor Weinberger's accomplishments since taking office.
Burlington Police arrest two men who they say attacked someone on Church Street.
April Fools Day is not the only national holiday on the first, it shares the day with National Walking Day.
Lyric Theatre Company is getting ready for the opening performance of Legally Blonde the Musical.
A national Act could bring jobs, and funding to Vermont, New York and New Hampshire roads and bridges.
Following the Spectrum Sleepout, it's now the student's turn to raise money and awareness for homeless youth.
The community got together to sleep out for a cause, in the rain and mud. It was all in an effort to fight homelessness.
Burlington Police Officer Accused of Domestic Assault
Taking a different approach, the Champlain Housing Trust is trying to tackle homelessness and save the State some money for their services.
Burlington's current city council members convened Monday night for their last meeting.
The Burlington School district brought in over 150 New American parents of students to show them community resources.
After their church went up in flames two months ago,
A collaborative film hopes to open eyes on individuals impact on pollution for Lake Champlain.
Burlington middle and high school students demonstrated on Church Street Wednesday.
Police are looking for the public's help to identify two suspects involved in the burglary of Vermont Coin and Jewelry.
Local groups are hosting events on the lucky day to give back to the community.
The house that love built needs your help with two fundraisers in March.
Guests from the Burlington Irish Heritage Festival join us live in studio to talk about the event.
The largest single store co-op in terms of sales in the United States is looking to expand a branch to Burlington's South End.
In what used to be Burlington's Little Jerusalem, lies a mural like no other. Preserving and moving this piece of history is no small task.
The "Small BIZ VT Summit" returns to the Queen City for its second year.