Next month,the process of bulldozing nearly one hundred eyesore homes will finally begin.
The Burlington School district brought in over 150 New American parents of students to show them community resources.
The largest single store co-op in terms of sales in the United States is looking to expand a branch to Burlington's South End.
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.
In their last debate before Town Meeting Day, Burlington's Mayoral Candidates look down the road to a vision of the Queen City in 2050.
Get out your party hats, Burlington turns 150 years old on February 21, Alaina Pinto went downtown to see how we can join the celebration.
The road to City Hall went through Burlington's South End Wednesday night, but it's the so called "road to nowhere" that's on the front of many people's minds.
Artists, business owners and residents gathered to discuss their ideal future for Burlington's South End.
A New England Blizzard extended all the way to Northern Vermont, and while it wasn't the heaviest impact, it still slowed down travelers.
People trying to fly to Boston, New York, Philadelphia and Newark had to find alternatives.
Overgrown shrubs and graffiti is the result of over 40 years of planning.
Burlington's 32nd annual New Year's Eve celebration hit record numbers in sales and attendance.
As the roads get nasty in Burlington, the city's road crews have their work cut out for them.
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
A bus route from Burlington to Albany is opening up more destinations to Vermonters.