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.
When the weather gets cold, Burlington's Committee on Temporary Shelter (COTS) opens their doors to more people
Shelburne officials say responding to Harbor Place is taking away time from other areas.
A student struggling to find an apartment isn't the only young person who's had problems finding the right place.
Everybody in Burlington has an opinion on permitting and zoning, and everybody has their own story.
Over the past decade, housing development in the areas around Burlington have gone up 10 percent. In Burlington, there’s only been a three percent growth.
It’s a problem that needs a solution. Assistant Director for Community Development Marcy Krumbine and CEDO have a plan.
From Brattleboro to Burlington the state inventories facilities that could be used to house undocumented children from Central America.
City officials released a report outlining some of Burlington's biggest problems when it comes to housing and renting.
An apartment complex is getting upgrades, giving tenants the boot.
A Champlain College student wants to help renters find the best landlords and properties in a tough town to locate them.
New options available to Vermonters might lower costs for current operations.