Healthy Living helps up find spring ingredients and use them for family dinner!
Lyric Theatre Company is getting ready for the opening performance of Legally Blonde the Musical.
Hundreds of Vermont students will be at Norwich University on March 28 to explain their science and math projects.
Taking a different approach, the Champlain Housing Trust is trying to tackle homelessness and save the State some money for their services.
March 10 is National Pack your Lunch Day! Alaina Pinto met with Hunger Free Vermont to learn some tips and tricks for our lunch box.
Essex High beats South Burlington High 3-2 in 3 OT for the VPA Boys Hockey Division I Title.
In light of a Delta flight skidding off a runway in LaGuardia, BTV crews are doing their part to make sure runway friction is suitable for air crafts.
We’re beginning a new segment on LOCAL 22 & LOCAL 44, called “Local Heroes.”
425 students at Rice Memorial High School participated in a school wide service project.
A New England Blizzard extended all the way to Northern Vermont, and while it wasn't the heaviest impact, it still slowed down travelers.
Eleven Vermonters will be playing pinball now more than ever to prepare for the Vermont State Pinball Championship.
Working out may not be what you want to think about right when you wake up; but implementing simple exercises into your morning routine could help relieve stress throughout the day.
A Vermont Web Sale Tax law is leading Amazon to pull advertisements out of the state. Many online businesses, small and large, depend on that revenue.
Dry skin only gets worse in the winter months but there are some solutions that can be found right in your kitchen.
Eating right, breaking bad habits, or going to the gym more often are popular New Years Resolutions. But sticking to them could be the hardest part especially if your resolution is to hit the gym.
A local independent theater will show 'The Interview', a controversial film about the assassination of Kim Jung Un.
All day on December 12 we are hoping you will join us while we are live at Healthy Living in South Burlington to Feed a Family.
She's energetic and like any other four year old girl, excited for the holidays.
The SBHS team had the blue ribbon idea and presentation at the Real World Design Challenge competition in Washington DC, beating out an entire nation of innovative high school students.
For some, Thanksgiving means one thing: turkey. For other's something else is on the mind Thursday night.
The countdown is on to Thanksgiving dinner, if you still need to spice it up Healthy Living has a solution.
If you haven’t gotten a flu shot yet, there’s still time flu season could last until May.
Rick Marcotte Central School made an anti-bullying music video and received some recognition.
Vermont's first Comic Con will be packed with different artists, vendors and celebrities to celebrate art and art culture.
“I think we spend a lot of time teaching our children to be resilient, to be thoughtful decision makers to be good communicators, and the strike was sort of antithesis to that,” said one South Burlington Parent.
Negotiations could not reach a conclusion Thursday night into Friday morning and school remains closed.
"I just like to challenge myself a little bit," said Frederick Tuttle Middle School seventh grader Cole Patno. School may be out, but the 12 year old is hitting the books.
The Fredrick Middle School Library is normally very quite. Wednesday night it was teeming with applause, and emotion. It was all about a strike that started on Tuesday.
Vermont lawmakers are expressing concern over the teachers strike in South Burlington.
Week 7 football highlights, and some news about the 2015 Maple Shrine Sugar Bowl
The countdown begins to Halloween which means it’s time to get your kids costumes! But what ones are 'in' this year?
After hearing concerns from trash haulers and customers across the county, Chittenden Solid Waste District had to pull back their plan.
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
People who shop at Staples Plaza already have to get through construction, and some say this week is even worse.
Two men in federal custody are waiting for their court date after police say they used stolen credit card information to buy thousands of dollars of gift cards.
At Wall to Canvas, artists will have two hours to create a work of art and auction it off to raise money for the Shelburne Craft School, and this year you can also be part of the competition.
South Burlington grad and 2013 Vermont Gatorade Football Player of the Year Tanner Contois tore his ACL in the state championship game last year but he's back in time to attempt a comeback in Saturday's Shrine Maple Sugar Bowl.
A quiet South Burlington street has suffered from flooding problems and people speeding. The Department of Public Works is giving it an $85,000 upgrade.
It seems the time is right for South Burlington to grow.
South Burlington posted an ad online for 6 hours, they say during that time 40 people phoned, emailed, or texted.
On any day above 70 degrees, a parked car can get up to 115 degrees. It's not an ideal place for any pet.
A protest in front of Vermont Gas in South Burlington left one person injured and another under arrest.
South Burlington's effort to build a downtown-like area received help to construct housing.
On Friday, the opening of Trader Joe's was celebrated by city leaders in South Burlington.
In the last couple months, the TSA has seized 30 to 40 pounds of these banned weapons or replicas.
It's been years in the making and in just a few weeks Vermont's first Trader Joe's will open.
CCTA and its bus drivers' union say after nine hours of negotiations they have reached a tentative agreement which could end the strike.
The HowardCenter and South Burlington school district presented oral arguments to the justices at Vermont Law School
The heavy snowfall made it a tough day for almost everyone.
Burlington International Airport is open but that's just officially.