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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
Super Senior: Lucille Holton

If you're dining at Chauncey's in Arlington, there is a good chance you'll be served by Lucille Holton. Stan is king of the kitchen, but many come to see Lucille.

Solar interest eclipses all else

Observer contributed photo The Dorothy Alling Memorial Library will be handing out free solar eclipse viewing glasses during its eclipse viewing party Monday The library's glasses were provided by a grant from STAR_NET, a project of the National Science Foundation that provides science resources for libraries. Library staff initially made the glasses available to patrons at the front desk.

Mayors meet in Burlington to share ideas

It's the summer meeting of the Mayors Innovation Project. Twenty-six mayors and more than 50 cities are represented.

Williston runner crosses Vermont in support of refugees

Olivia Pintair can be forgiven if she had a moment. After months of planning and fundraising, the trio completing "Running for Refuge" was nearing the end of the trail.

The Animal Issue, 2017

Clearly, life is better with furry friends. Or feathered, or scaly. Pets inspire this annual issue, but so do stories about wildlife and barnyard beasts .

Seven Days Interview: Who is Ryan Roy?

A Burlington man was suspended from his pizzeria job Tuesday after admitting to marching with white supremacists. Ryan Roy grew up in Essex and was in Charlottesville, Virginia for the weekend protests that turned deadly.

Local Jewish community leaders react to hate crimes in Boston

Seeing swastikas during the rally in Charlottesville and seeing the damage done to a sacred Holocaust memorial site in Boston, is having an impact on Jewish families in Vermont. Rabbi Amy Small, who works at the Ohavi Zedek Synagogue in Burlington, says this hate crimes make the Jewish community feel uneasy.

Burlington man admits to marching with neo-Nazis, suspended from job

A Burlington man has been suspended from his job after admitting to his involvement in white supremacist riots in Virginia this past weekend. He told our media partner Seven Days that he was there, and plans to attend more rallies in the future.

Man, fired from job, makes no apology for carrying torch in Charlottesville

Ryan Roy, 28, was fired from his job at a Vermont Uno Pizzeria and Grill after social media identified him as attending the torch rally in Virginia. Man, fired from job, makes no apology for carrying torch in Charlottesville Ryan Roy, 28, was fired from his job at a Vermont Uno Pizzeria and Grill after social media identified him as attending the torch rally in Virginia.

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A bracelet she wanted was too expensive, so one Vermont woman decided to make it herself. Her Made in Vermont Jewelry is as unique as her company's name.

Burlington Police, prosecutors concerned by serial offender

Cops call him a drain on resources, and prosecutors are concerned about his unpredictable behavior. Jennifer Costa has more on the homeless man at the center of a huge police presence in a residential part of Burlington.

Case moves forward against Vt. dad accused of stalking teen

Danial Emmons, 43, tried to have stalking charges tossed. Investigators say Emmons stalked and intimidated high school senior and student school board member Isaiah Hines because he was pushing for South Burlington to drop its "Rebels" nickname.

Burlington mom arrested twice in 48 hours

A Burlington mom accused of doing drugs and passing out in a car with her child in the back seat Sunday was back in jail Tuesday morning. Fusco, 29, was arrested twice in less than 48 hours.

'Phish In The North Country' Exhibit Coming To Burlington

A new exhibit celebrating the rich history of Phish and the 20th anniversary of the band's WaterWheel Foundation is coming to the Flynn Center in Burlington, Vermont. Phish In The North Country will be held at the Tarrant Gallery at the Flynn between October 7 and December 31. The Flynn Center is working closely with Phish archivist Kevin Shapiro and the WaterWheel Foundation on the exhibit.

Homeless man accused of threatening people in Burlington

Police say 41-year-old Jason Breault was holding a knife and threatening people on Cayuga Court in the city. Police ultimately arrested him for simple assault and disorderly conduct.

Burlington reveals plans for City Hall Park

"This space will have a lot of flexible seating. Potentially some vending whether that's food or drink, or some other type of vending opportunity.

Dealer.com employees brace for possible job cuts

It's been one of Vermont's biggest high tech success stories -- Dealer.com in Burlington. But workers are bracing for possible cuts in the next couple of weeks.

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