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Located on the eastern shore of Lake Champlain, north of Shelburne Bay, and is the smallest U.S. city to be the largest city in its state. Along with the rest of New England, Vermont did not provide militia units or financial support for the War of 1812. Vermont voted for the Federalist party, which opposed the war. Nevertheless, 5,000 troops were stationed there at one point during the War of 1812, outnumbering residents.

Population: 38889
Local Newspapers: Burlington Free Press
Local Sports Teams: Vermont Lake Monsters (Class A Minor League Baseball) Vermont Catamounts
Local Colleges: University of Vermont

Zip Codes associated with burlington, vermont: 05401 05403 05407 05408
Towns/Cities near burlington, vermont : Winooski Essex Junction Jericho Shelburne Colchester Waterbury

Burlington News
2 LGBT group board members resign over gay bar name

Two board members have resigned from a Burlington center dedicated to LGBT issues citing its delay in taking a stance on the name of a new Winooski gay bar. Owner Craig McGaughan says he sees the term as inclusive, but some say it's a slur historically used to disparage transgender women.

Dusti Parker:

As a transwoman for over 26yrs now ,and very successful, I find the name very offensive,the lgbt center needs to support the transgender community, on this issue, I'm a long time resident, of burlington and south Burlington, .mister sister, should not be supported by the lgbt community, as it targets offensive slurs towards transwoman. I'm calling on the transgender community to boycott, this place of insultitiness, totally degrading.

Chicago breaks surprising 146-year-old weather record

Chicago isn't exactly known for having mild, snowless winters. The city is prone to frequent Arctic outbreaks with temperatures plunging below zero Fahrenheit, along with frequent light snowfalls and occasional blizzards.

Have some Vermont crossways become too dangerous?

There have been five fatalities on Vermont roadways in the past seven days. That includes a double fatal in Barre that police say was caused by a driver running a red light.

Windham County Assistant Judge Paul Kane submits letter of...

In a letter emailed to the media at just after 1 a.m. on Tuesday, Windham County Assistant Judge Paul Kane announced he was stepping down from the position he has held since February 2015. Kane stated his reason for stepping down is he has been in a "two-way battle with Probate and the Judiciary Conduct Committee.

Mammography trends show improved cancer detection, more biopsies

The shift from film to digital technology appears to have improved cancer detection rates for diagnostic mammography, but also has increased the abnormal interpretation rate, which may lead to more women undergoing biopsies for benign conditions, according to a new study that appears online in the journal Radiology . The major new study comes from the National Cancer Institute-funded Breast Cancer Surveillance Consortium , a large, diverse set of breast imaging facilities that provides data linked to state cancer registries to help evaluate breast cancer screening and diagnosis in the United States.

University of Vermont ranks 8th for Peace Corps volunteers

The Peace Corps says the University of Vermont ranks 8th in the country in the production of volunteers from medium-sized universities. In addition, the state of Vermont ranked No.

Police: 2 men found drunk in car parked in South Burlington

Police say they were called to the parking lot of Beacon Place Apartments on 1200 Shelburne Road around 1 p.m. and found open containers in the vehicle. They say there were also other visible signs of impairment.

Bethel seeks to bring new voice, ideas to town government

Mike Bethel says he would bring a new voice and new ideas to town government. Bethel is running for one of two seats on the Bennington Select Board.

A colonel by any other name: School mascot debate echoes back to Brattleboro dispute

Brattleboro Union High School rallied around the same Colonel mascot used by the University of Mississippi until both institutions retired the character in the early 2000s. Brattleboro Union High School's growing diversity could be seen at a recent student protest against new U.S. Education Secretary Betsy DeVos.

Vermont towns win recreation grants

The Vermont Department of Forests, Parks and Recreation announced Friday that the National Park Service awarded $600,000 in Vermont to go toward outdoor recreation projects. The money will be split three ways.

In Season, Spring 2017

According to the Vermont Maple Sugar Makers Association , the long history of maple syrup begins with a legend about a native chief. After returning home from hunting, the chief threw his tomahawk into the trunk of a sugar maple tree.

Out on the Town: A Day-by-day Guide to Burlington Nightlife

Interested in comedy? Live music? Dance parties? Burlington offers more nightlife choices than most other cities of its size. Read on for a sampling of the popular gatherings that keep Burlington's locals coming back week after week.

From 70s to snow showers

How does it happen, why does it happen? Places in New England went from 70s to snow in just a few short hours. Let's take Burlington, VT as an example.

Candidates meet again to talk issues

THE BENNINGTON BANNER From left: Select Board member Michael Keane with candidates Chad Gordon and Mike Bethel take part in a forum hosted by Catamount Access Television on Friday. EDWARD DAMON - THE BENNINGTON BANNER From left: Select Board candidates Carson Thurber, left, and Vickie Lampron take part in a forum hosted by Catamount Access Television on Friday.

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Dave Gavett owns Scrag Mountain Sugar House in Waitsfield. Gavett has about 13,000 taps and he and his friends hope to produce about 6,000 gallons this year, following a renovation here.

St. Albans shooting suspect pleads not guilty

Zakk Trombly, 22, of Burlington, is charged with attempted second-degree murder. Police say Trombly shot Dustin Davenport in the head after an argument in a parking lot next to a St. Albans church Thursday.

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