A whole two weeks at ECHO in downtown Burlington is devoted to the beloved Lake Monster, Champ.
What started as an idea to bring people together to play pick-up sports during the day has developed into a growing company.
It's been over half a year since Burlington schools had a Superintendent, and now the school board has their man.
In under a year, volunteer Steve Barrett has made a big impact on The Ronald McDonald House in Burlington.
Artists, business owners and residents gathered to discuss their ideal future for Burlington's South End.
Community Action Agencies are helping Vermonters register on Vermont Health Connect before Sunday's registration deadline.
More people are interested in buying Made In America products. But, when shopping on-line some off shore companies
Starting Monday night, Burlington’s homeless will soon have a new place to spend the night.
Rocko Gieselman is like any other student at UVM. In high school, the Burlington native realized her perceived sex and gender didn't match up.
Vermonters know how to cope with the cold, but your car is a different story.
After working the budget from the ground up, the Burlington School District now has the smallest increased budget proposal in over a decade.
A staple to Burlington municipal government will see an overdue touch up in honor of the city's 150th anniversary.
Campaign Finance Reports are in for the race for Burlington's Mayor, and the incumbent has a significant leg up on the competition.
Super Bowl fans across the country are stocking up for the Big Game.
The community got the chance to 'interview' the Burlington schools superintendent candidates. This was the first time the public got to meet the finalists.
Catholics from across Vermont attended the mass installation for Bishop Christopher Coyne at St. Joseph's in Burlington.
The Super Bowl is just a few days away and while the game has most of the attention, food will also be on the minds, and in the stomachs, of millions of Americans.
The night before his official installment, the Burlington community opens it's doors to Bishop Christopher Coyne.
Burlington's mayor announces his plan to continue to make improvements to the Queen City.
Town officials in Charlotte were surprised to learn about the TB case from local media and not the health department.
Puppets in Education provides life lessons for children through a more approachable avenue and an upcoming benefit is their biggest fundraiser.
A New England Blizzard extended all the way to Northern Vermont, and while it wasn't the heaviest impact, it still slowed down travelers.
A group of women are passing on both the physical and mental skills for protection in a dangerous situation.
People trying to fly to Boston, New York, Philadelphia and Newark had to find alternatives.
The Edmunds Middle School 'Vermonster Roboticists' take on many challenges, but their critical thinking outside the classroom is giving them an entirely different lesson.
A jury found a Vermont man and suspected Bosnian War Criminal guilty of lying to obtain his US citizenship.
One Burlington group is trying to begin a conversation about one of the city's largest plots of undeveloped land, and how it should be preserved.
Christopher Coyne is known as the blogging bishop but there's much more to him than his most recent web post.
Profit margins in the area are among the highest in the country.
The Free Methodist Church in Burlington's North End was being rebuilt by the Phelps before it caught fire.
Overgrown shrubs and graffiti is the result of over 40 years of planning.
University of Vermont students are required to live on campus for their first two years. Once they’re Juniors, they say there aren’t many benefits to living on campus.
A needle, other than the flu shot, could aid in protecting our bodies from the flu virus.
Put the kettle on the stove, Dobra Tea tells us about the health benefits of drinking tea.
It's officially the start of Girl Scouts' cookie sales.
On a cold Vermont winter day, who wouldn't love a hot meal and a place to stay warm?
Below freezing temperatures calls for much more than a light jacket, it's important to bundle up.
Champlain College owns a piece of Burlington that could turn into temporary shelter for those who need it most during the cold months.
The recent Church Street tobacco smoking ban has some Burlington businesses saying the problem is only being pushed off.
Burlington's 32nd annual New Year's Eve celebration hit record numbers in sales and attendance.
When the weather gets cold, Burlington's Committee on Temporary Shelter (COTS) opens their doors to more people
It's the thirty second year of this family friendly celebration of the new year. There are plenty of different shows.
Whether you burn a yule log, have an "Elf on the Shelf," or eat more Christmas cookies than you can handle, everyone has their holiday traditions. And some are more simple.
Around the holidays doctors see a rise in heart attacks. Many believe it's linked to a change in our normal eating routine. But it's still important to remember to stay healthy.
Twas the night before Christmas and all through the house not a creature was stirring... well, maybe a mouse.
The Committee on Temporary Shelter has gotten the go ahead for a multi-million dollar project it has been proposing for over a year.
“We can't predict which way markets are going more than anyone else can,” said Energy Co-Op of Vermont General Manager John Quinney.
A resolution that passed unanimously Monday night gives the city and the people of Burlington a stronger say in the direction and development of the town center.
Lawmakers joined forces with small businesses on Monday to voice their support for Vermont's independent shop owners.
A peaceful protest to speak out about racism in Police Departments inspired Burlington’s youth Friday night.