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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
A campaign to eliminate plasticstraws is sucking in thousands of converts

It started so innocently. A kid ordered a soda in a restaurant. "It came with a plastic straw in it," Milo Cress recalled.

Group becomes citizens as group protests immigrant arrests

More than a dozen people from 13 countries have become citizens at a ceremony in Burlington, Vermont, while dozens at the capital protested the arrest of two Vermont dairy workers. U.S. District Judge Geoffrey Crawford assured the new citizens at a naturalization ceremony Friday that their constitutional rights to live and worship freely are "not empty promises."

Leahy Welcomes New American Citizens

Senator Patrick Leahy spoke to dozens of new Americans who took the oath to become U.S. citizens Friday afternoon. The naturalization ceremony was held at the Ethan Allen Homestead in Burlington.

'Fair Repair Act' would make it easier to fix your phone

Adam Scharf runs an electronic repair service from his home in Plattsburgh. He mostly repairs Apple products but due to the company's policies, he can't purchase or use official Apple parts to fix them.

Burlington tackles pipe problems

Moir, with the Burlington Department of Public Works, says they're targeting streets with a history of issues and the streets that are on the list to be paved. That way a freshly paved road doesn't have to be torn up because an old pipe burst underneath.

Burlington College: Jane Sanders lawyers up in legal probe

Jane Sanders has hired attorneys to represent her in a Justice Department probe of a land deal she orchestrated while president of the now-defunct Burlington College. A former college employee who coordinated the school's response to an FBI subpoena in February 2016 said she was contacted by two attorneys representing Jane Sanders shortly after VTDigger broke the news confirming the federal probe in late April.

Vt. mom sentenced for lying about involvement in crash

A mom who tried to take the fall for her son in connection with a deadly crash is heading to jail. Leo Branchaud, 57, died from his injuries last year after he was hit by a truck on Gulf Road in Tinmouth.

Burlington man charged with possessing child porn

Gregory Kelly, 51, was arrested at his Burlington home Friday afternoon, where police say they found images of child pornography. South Burlington Police say the arrest came after a lengthy investigation involving multiple law enforcement agencies.

Woman mistakenly drives into NH lake

Wolfeboro Fire Rescue Department says the driver was OK. She left her driveway and ended up in the water.

Report: Pot Legalization Results in More Crashes

BURLINGTON, Vt. - Less than 24 hours after Vermont lawmakers put the legalization of marijuana on the back-burner, a new report released by the Highway Lost Data Institute shows car crashes are 3% more likely in states where pot is legal: Colorado, Oregon and Washington.

Racism concerns during hiring process at Milton schools

Dozens stormed out of a Milton School Board meeting Thursday night. They wanted answers from the school board and superintendent about the district's athletic director position but didn't get them.

Common sense interrupted

Once again the House has failed to end marijuana prohibition, thereby extending the life of the black market and delaying further reform on state-level drug policy. The House had reconvened Wednesday for a special veto session scheduled mainly to pass a budget, which Governor Phil Scott had vetoed over a dispute with lawmakers over teacher health care plans.

Burlington Electric Encouraging Cutting Energy Use

The Burlington Electric Department launched its new Defeat the Peak program Thursday to encourage community members to reduce their energy usage during the hottest days of summer. "Defeat the Peak serves as another example of Burlington Electric's ongoing commitment to build a sustainable energy future that supports a growing economy and a thriving community," said Burlington Electric General Manager Neale Lunderville.

Super Seniors: Jay and Marie Keller

The two had worked together at the exhibits for five years. One day, Jay knew Marie got a ride to work.


The grand bargain between Republican Gov. Phil Scott and Democratic leadership drew applause as sides settled on how to save Vermont taxpayers money on teachers' health care. But their relief is not shared by all.

Project Extra Chunk - Ben & Jerry's Expands Vermont Manufacturing Plant

The Ben & Jerry's manufacturing plant located in the town has begun a 40,000-sq. ft. expansion project that will include a wastewater treatment plant, a new warehouse and a packaging room, all totaling $14 million.

Burlington celebrates 'Odyssey Day'

Odyssey Day got underway on the Church Street Marketplace in Burlington Thursday. It's a chance to see and learn more about green vehicles.

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