Burlington middle and high school students demonstrated on Church Street Wednesday.
The Committee on Temporary Shelters launches #172VT to try and end child homelessness.
The 20th Magic Hat Mardi Gras parade was revitalizing for Vermonters rallying out of the final leg of winter on the last day in February.
The City's Economic Development Office is looking for public input to present to Devonwood Investors LLC before they create a draft for the new town center.
Magic Hat's Mardi Gras celebration will be in downtown Burlington during the weekend of February 27-28 with many events and a parade.
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.
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.
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.
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.