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.
Missouri may be over a thousand miles away, but the message has resonated with Vermonters.
Dozens of protestors gathered in Burlington Monday night in reaction to the verdict in Ferguson, Missouri over the Michael Brown case.
A 24 hour ban for smoking any tobacco products on Church Street has passed.
When the season grows colder, it means two things: people are bundling up and hitting the shops.
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.
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.
You see them on almost every block of Church Street, and each one has their own story.
Now that many people might be worn out from shopping with the masses in the mall, it's time to go small.
If you head to Burlington at night, you'll now be welcomed by thousands of lights.