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.
Magic Hat is celebrating it's fifth year with it's annual live art competition called "Wall to Canvas."
Dozens of people enjoyed biking, kayaking, or paddle-boarding for free on Saturday at Burlington's North Beach.
Food, beer, music and art are all things to celebrate at the first ever WYSIWIG Festival.
Sunday, the Sailing Center teamed up with the Adaptive Sailing Clinic to make that a reality.
On a rainy Wednesday evening, people gathered to protest an incident at Burlington's YMCA. "I find it appalling that someone would ask my son and other younger individuals to go and drink out of a shower head," said concerned mother and organizer of the protest Mary Brown-Guillory.
A new school year, a new budget and the possibility of a new Superintendent. Those were topics School Board Chair Patrick Halladay and others discussed at Tuesday night's meeting.
At Monday night's City Council meeting in Burlington, Church Street Marketplace Executive Director Ron Redmond had some good news, and bad news.
Business owners say they're finding used needles behind their stores and in bathrooms.
This week's workout is on the tennis court. Check out these fun drills!
There’s a chance of a new addition to the Burlington skyline. Tuesday night Burlington's Development Review Board heard a pitch for a new residential building.
'Tis the season, but it's not the one you look forward to. Blue Green Algae is in bloom in certain areas of Lake Champlain.
The Green Mountain Getaway 2014 is a weekend long event making a difference in the thousands of lives affected by Multiple Sclerosis.
Attorney General Bill Sorrell says that there aren't laws on the books to charge caregivers if they can't determine who committed the abuse.
Frustration is growing as those in the taxi industry wait for a report from the city attorney about how the service could evolve in Burlington.
City Code Enforcement has compiled a list of which properties police respond to most for news complaints.
A law introduced by Senator Leahy and expected to be signed by President Obama will allow you to legally unlock your cell phone.
17 schools from Burlington to Winooski to Rutland have signed up for the Community Eligibility Program.
Something is cooking in Burlington...
Some city officials in Burlington say a current ordinance actually gives tenants an unfair advantage.
You see them on almost every block of Church Street, and each one has their own story.
Police say it isn't as easy for them to enforce as you might think.
You soon could pay more to park in Burlington.
Burlington, Vt.- There are many reasons why people join the Peace Corps. “Just to really support a mission of humanitarianism," said UVM student Cassidy Cabrera. Now there is one more.
"You can't live a healthy life on a sick planet, and the two really go hand in hand, so that's really the dual strategy of our mission," said Seventh Generation CEO John Replogle.
If companies are looking to build in Burlington, they might be forced to recycle during construction.
The City of Burlington is looking to change its buffer zone law.
The City of Burlington wants to improve public parking but it would mean some rates will go up.
"We are one of the ten smallest colleges in the country,” said Burlington College President Christine Plunkett. “We have no established endowment, and we have a very small donor base because we're only 40 years old." Plunkett isn't worried about her school going on probation.
When you hop into Tim Savage's cab, you're greeted by a smile and a hearty chuckle.
It takes hundreds of hours of work to prepare for one fireworks show, but Tom Swenson and his crew at Northstar Fireworks have a much bigger challenge. They peform almost 100 shows in Vermont during the week of the 4th.
It's something Vermonters aren't all that used to, but on Tuesday they were faced with some real heat. Burlington saw the highest reading since September last year.
Some people are attached to their phones, and connecting to Wi-Fi on your Smartphone, brings the internet to our fingertips.
Health Leaders in New York and Vermont are urging people to know their status.