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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
Guest Column: Local food economy extends beyond the farm

When you ask people their definition of the Vermont food economy, they'll often talk about farms, farmers' markets or CSAs. What's often missing from the conversation is the supply chain of local businesses like distributors, food processors and manufacturers as well as seed, feed and equipment dealers.

Stowe ethicist chosen to head new commission

The five-member State Ethics Commission picked an ethics consultant from Stowe as its chair at the panel's first meeting Wednesday. Madeleine Motta won unanimous support from her fellow board members.

Chair of UVM Trustees and wife commit $1M to multi-purpose center

David Daigle '89, the chairman of the University of Vermont's Board of Trustees, and his wife Beth Daigle '89 have pledged $1,000,000 to UVM's proposed Multi-Purpose Center project. Their gift will be directed toward new facilities that will enhance student health and wellness on campus, as well as programs that encourage all UVM students to lead healthier lives.

Saddle up for new bike lanes

A group bike ride and celebratory ribbon-cutting for the new bike lanes on Williston Road is planned for 9:30 a.m. Saturday at Earl's Cyclery in South Burlington. The event, sponsored by Local Motion - a Burlington-based bike and pedestrian advocacy group - will include raffle prizes, refreshments and an easy-paced 4-mile ride touring the new bike lanes.

Percy O'Neil Obituary, 77

A Memorial Mass will be celebrated at a later date at Christ the King Church for Percy O'Neil who died Oct. 8, 2017, at his residence, following a long illness. Graveside services will be held in the Calvary Cemetery.

Plea deal for former Burlington cop

A former Burlington police officer accused of lying during a traffic stop was back in court Wednesday, and we have a new decision from the judge in the case. The judge accepted a no contest plea in a deal for Christopher Lopez, which means he is not admitting guilt to the charge of lying to a law enforcement officer.

Ting, Keep BT Local become finalists in battle for Vermont's Burlington Telecom

The ongoing battle for control of Burlington Telecom came to a head this week as the Burlington, Vermont, city council voted on Monday night to whittle down the bidders to the Keep BT Local cooperative and Ting. During the meeting, six of the councilors voted for Keep BT Local, the local cooperative that wants to purchase Burlington Telecom, and five voted for Tucows/Ting.

Afternoon Weather Webcast

As the temperatures drop, it's time for birds to head south. But before they do, Vermont Fish & Wildlife wants to give them a special band to keep track of them.

Migrant group accuses federal government of targeting them

Do you look closely at every headline to see if there's a verified, trustworthy source behind it? Do you raise an eyebrow at everything you hear in the news and ask, " Really? Where'd that come from? " We hear daily about how information can be manipulated to change our minds or get our vote or maybe just dominate our increasingly valuable attention . So as individuals , it's important to verify that the information we consume is factual and reliable .

Chittenden County leaders to create regional dispatch center

"There may just be one dispatcher on in South Burlington and one dispatcher in Williston and you can be really busy in one community and really quiet in another," says Burlington Fire Chief Steven Locke. Chief Locke is spearheading the movement, after Queen City Mayor Miro Weinberger asked him to dive into the idea.

Inside look at 2nd annual BTV Ignite Innovation Week

If Burlington feels like it's buzzing with creative energy this week, there is a reason for that -- it's the 2nd Annual BTV Ignite Innovation Week. Leadership in the Queen City is working hard to position this community of a little more than 40,000 people as a "gigabit city," an emerging home for developers and tech entrepreneurs.

Keep BT Local, Ting Picked as Finalists to Buy Burlington Telecom

Keep BT Local will move on to the final round to buy Burlington Telecom, along with Toronto-based Ting. Burlington City Council members cast six votes in favor of the co-op and five votes for Ting in a four-hour meeting on Monday night.

Aerial images capture beautiful autumn landscape

This beautiful autumn landscape comes to life as the leaves change color ready for fall. The aerial pictures, taken by Matt Benedetto, 28, from Burlington, Vermont, show the forests of his home state as they transition into their autumn foliage.

Family of women in cleaver attack speak out

"She's a strong woman," said Canesh Rimal, the brother of Yogeswari Khadka, who died in last week's attack. Rimal says as his sister was viciously attacked with a meat cleaver, their mother, Tulasa Rimal, tried to intervene.

Springfield man arrested in child sex sting

Police say Edward Goodspeed, 38, engaged in sexually explicit conversation with whom he thought was a 14-year-old girl from South Burlington. He was actually talking to officers with the Vermont Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force.

Police: Major crack bust in Rutland County

According to court documents, Shane David, 23, told police he was heading to Burlington when they found nearly $250,000 worth of cocaine in his car. Now, the Brooklyn, New York, man faces the possibility of 30 years behind bars.

Getting There: Choices abound traveling to Vermont by train

A Penn Station-bound train departs from Albany-Rensselaer Train Station. Amtrak's Ethan Allen Express is one of three daily trains Connecticut residents can take to Vermont.

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