"We are one of the ten smallest colleges in the country,” said Burlington College President Christine Plunkett. “We have no established endowment, and we have a very small donor base because we're only 40 years old." Plunkett isn't worried about her school going on probation.
When you hop into Tim Savage's cab, you're greeted by a smile and a hearty chuckle.
It takes hundreds of hours of work to prepare for one fireworks show, but Tom Swenson and his crew at Northstar Fireworks have a much bigger challenge. They peform almost 100 shows in Vermont during the week of the 4th.
It's something Vermonters aren't all that used to, but on Tuesday they were faced with some real heat. Burlington saw the highest reading since September last year.
Some people are attached to their phones, and connecting to Wi-Fi on your Smartphone, brings the internet to our fingertips.
Health Leaders in New York and Vermont are urging people to know their status.
A bus route from Burlington to Albany is opening up more destinations to Vermonters.
"It's something you don't need, but when something like this happens, you do need it," said Burlington resident Michelle Maynard. Looking back Maynard wishes she bought renter's insurance.
Burlington, Vt.- "It's a nightmare,” said 238 College Street resident Barbara Adams. “It's a big nightmare." Adams almost went back to bed after hearing what she thought was a car alarm early Tuesday morning.
A good amount of people who come to downtown Burlington take a cab to and from their home. Benway's and Morf transportation made up for 17 percent of taxing services for this area, and after the 4th of July weekend, people will have to look elsewhere for that kind of transportation.
The Burlington Taxi Company's final day will be Saturday, July 5.
If you were walking down Church Street to grab some Ben and Jerry's this afternoon; you were met with a sweet surprise. Vermont advocates gathered to support the new GMO labeling law outside Ben and Jerry's.
One of the most popular spots in downtown Burlington could be smoke free some of the time.
A recent study says bike-related head injuries have increased in U.S. and Canadian cities that have bike share programs.
CCTV has partnered with multiple Burlington organizations to bring bandwidth and opportunities for community access.
According to Planned Parenthood, Burlington's buffer zone law is effective. Meanwhile, protestors are suing the city over it.
The Tropical Fish Club of Burlington has been around since 1989.
Burlington police say a man is recovering from burns after catching on fire at a laundromat.
Watch out where you park Friday and Saturday.
By just 68 votes, a new, higher Burlington School Budget was passed by voters Tuesday.
Round two of the Burlington school budget vote has become contentious.
On any day above 70 degrees, a parked car can get up to 115 degrees. It's not an ideal place for any pet.
The Special Olympics Vermont 2014 Summer Games are underway.
Before the opening ceremonies of the Special Olympics Vermont 2014 Summer Games, four torches traveled to Burlington from all Vermont.
Outgoing Superintendent of Burlington Schools Jeanne Collins has been offered a new job.
Memorial Day Weekend was the kick off to the summer tourism season.
The holiday weekend is underway and it will be especially busy for businesses in the Burlington area.
Mayor Miro Weinberger has a big reason to watch FOX's new summer series "Gang Related."
One homeless group has been displaced several times in the last week and a long term solution doesn't seem to be coming soon.
City officials released a report outlining some of Burlington's biggest problems when it comes to housing and renting.
Those who knew Peighton Geraw are organizing a vigil to remember the 15-month-old boy.
Campers removed from Pine Street are now camping at North Beach Campground thanks to police and parks and rec.
In just over two weeks, people in Burlington will vote on a new school budget.
The Queen City Police Foundation is holding its annual awards luncheon Monday at the Hilton.
Amid calls for change in school leadership, Burlington School Superintendent Jeanne Collins will leave the district June 30th.
There might soon be an end to free parking at one Burlington parking garage.
Some of the biggest colleges and universities in our region say they will do more to prevent sexual assaults.
The Town of Middlebury has paid for a survey that looks into what residents want from their retail options.
Burlington College presented a plan that will transform its campus.
Burlington City Councilors say they want to explore if the city should have more oversight of the Burlington School District.
Police have in custody a man who's facing charges of attempted homicide and second degree burglary.
A rally and march was held to help end sexual assaults on college campuses.
Parking space allottments could soon be based on the number of bedrooms per unit.
With concerns regarding flooding, the Red Cross has a new app for people to turn to.
Trash and used needles were the cause of a clog in the library toilets. Now there's a new bathroom policy.
After six months displaced from their church, the parishioners at College Street Congregational are back--right in time for Easter.
Hundreds of athletes from around Vermont began a weekend long basketball tournament.
When it comes to the City of Burlington's money problems, the mayor says the worst days are behind it.
Monday marked a historic step for the Burlington City Council.
Despite the troubles with the rollout of Obamacare, former Vermont Governor Howard Dean says the program is now working.