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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
What does the future hold for Burlington's Memorial Auditorium?

It is a multimillion-dollar problem sitting in downtown Burlington. Memorial Auditorium is closed and it is decaying.

Critics ask for communications on sale of Burlington Telecom

Now, a group of Burlington residents and BT customers are asking for all correspondence between the city and Citibank. The city owes Citibank millions of dollars.

Legislature will face challenges

Local legislators Laura Sibilia and John Gannon discussed issues on the legislative agenda for the upcoming 2018 session with valley business leaders during a breakfast meeting sponsored by the Southern Vermont Deerfield Valley Chamber of Commerce Monday morning.

Jurors find accused rapist not guilty

A verdict today in the trial of a man accused of raping a woman inside a Burlington courthouse bathroom. This morning, jurors found Robert Rosario not guilty.

Snow spawns slick roads, crashes in New England

Heavy snow blanketed most of Vermont, Maine and New Hampshire on Tuesday, forcing the closure of hundreds of schools and making roads slick as the vehicle crash count mounted. Up to a foot of snow was forecast in some areas of northern New England, while the precipitation was expected to switch over to rain in other areas.

L.P. Ciminelli holding auction on Tuesday

The holidays are a little brighter this year for young kids battling cancer thanks to a special fundraiser. Roswell P DETROIT - Mike Matheson scored his first goal of the season and the Florida Panthers won in overtime for the first time this season, ta BURLINGTON, Vt.

City Council hopes to put Burlington Telecom debacle behind them

Councilor David Hartnett started Monday's meeting by apologizing for how he acted during the vote. He specifically said sorry to councilor Joan Shannon and controller Beth Anderson, who ran the last meeting.

Bruegger's Bagels closes 30 shops, including Burlington

The windows are covered at the location on Burlington's Church Street Marketplace. Signs say it's closed and we're told it will not reopen.

Leahy, Sanders present $3M grant for at-risk families

Senators Sanders and Leahy were at the Lund Center for Monday's announcement. The $3 million grant will help establish the Vermont Family Recovery Project, a program to keep families together and kids out of protective custody.

Family members find missing psychiatric patient

Police say family members found Robert Ettori, 20, in Burlington and brought him back to the Rutland Regional Medical Center. Burlington police say they were not involved in returning Ettori to Rutland.

A special Pomerleau Family Holiday Party milestone

The doors opened Sunday to a celebration decades in the making. The 37th Pomerleau Family Holiday Party, brought out the usual large crowd.

Ugly Sweater Fun Run

Nearly 200 people, and their four-legged friends, turned out for the 1st annual Ugly Sweater Fun Run. The 5K run around the South Burlington park encouraged people to show off their ugliest sweaters while also braving the weather.

Architectural Illustrator Lincoln Brown Renders Would-Be Realities

At his small home office in Westford, architectural illustrator Lincoln Brown folds his six-foot frame into a rolling desk chair in front of five computer monitors. The 42-year-old former Category One competitive road cyclist is also a serious DIYer.

Interview: Contributors of "The Full Vermonty"

Some of the questions asked: Why write this book and how long did it take for you to put it together? You're a pediatrician in Burlington and one of the 19 collaborators contributing to the book, your essay is on health care and how the President is realizing what Vermonters already know, it's complicated.

Berwick woman makes it to finals of Home Chef Challenge Posted at

Jeanette Souther of Berwick, Maine has been named the Burlington regional winner of the Mario Batali Home Chef Challenge with Hannaford Supermarkets, a unique recipe contest designed to celebrate home chefs and their cooking inspirations. Souther's preparation of Italian grits with Parmesan tomato chicken tenders was selected by a panel of local media judges Tuesday and Souther will now advance to the final round of the contest against regional winners from Albany, New York, and Portland, Maine, for the chance to win the grand prize of an all-expenses paid trip for two to New York City to attend a taping of ABC's The Chew, meet Mario and have dinner at one of his acclaimed restaurants.

The Brian McCarthy Quartet At FlynnSpace

The Brian McCarthy Quartet FlynnSpace Burlington, Vermont December 2, 2017 A performance in recognition of the release of its album Codex , The Brian McCarthy Quartet effectively transposed the sparse, spacious quality of the recording to this intimate venue adjacent to the Queen City's Performing Arts Center. In keeping with the stoic, scholarly demeanor of the leader, the celebratory air of this milestone event was subdued, but not so much there wasn't a discernible element of relaxation and satisfaction in the air once the music stopped and the houselights came up.

Burlington, Vermont's mayor stands by sanctuary city status

The mayor of Vermont's largest municipality says the city's status as a "sanctuary city" adheres to federal immigration laws. Burlington Mayor Miro Weinberger wrote his stance in a letter responding to the federal Department of Justice on Friday.

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