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.
“We put safety of students first, it's an obvious consideration,” said Interim Burlington School District Superintendent Dr. Howard Smith. Smith's number one priority is safety, but after a big snow in Burlington Wednesday, safety was the only thing on some parents’ minds.
In the wake of this latest snow storm, it is important to remember to look after those in need of help.
You can call it a record storm, Burlington, VT receiving a daily record for most snow Wednesday. It slowly winds down with more snow showers.
As the roads get nasty in Burlington, the city's road crews have their work cut out for them.
The Hilton Garden Inn in Burlington is being reimbursed for its work on public infrastructure that is helpful to the hotel.
One Vermont auto store is reaching out for help to give kids in the area a great holiday.
A couple upgrades may allow police departments across the country to serve and protect more effectively.
A student struggling to find an apartment isn't the only young person who's had problems finding the right place.
December 2nd is Giving Tuesday, a national movement to encourage people to give their time to organizations that depend on donations and volunteers. Non-profit organizations say they need support throughout the year.
A hotline to help with children's mental health crises has seen a 3,000 call increase from last year.
The Chittenden Emergency Food Shelf is in need of all the Thanksgiving fixings but we can’t forget about the everyday grocery items.
Dozens of protestors gathered in Burlington Monday night in reaction to the verdict in Ferguson, Missouri over the Michael Brown case.
According to AAA, 3.55 million Americans will be flying for the Thanksgiving holiday and just a few minutes at home can save you time at the airport.
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.