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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
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.

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.

New State Agency's Domain: Fixing Vermont's Tech Problems

Earlier this year, Rep. Maida Townsend asked officials at the Vermont Department of Information and Innovation what she thought was a simple question: "How many people do we have working on information technology in the state [government]?" Since the arrival of the digital age, IT employees and resources have been scattered across more than two dozen state agencies and departments. As a result, the state lacks basic knowledge about its technology resources and has taken a haphazard approach to digital services that leaves the different IT fiefdoms duplicating one another's work.

Burlington schools aim to curb racism

Organization leaders say they've compiled public data and found major disparities in suspensions and expulsions for students of color. Hal Colston works with the Burlington School District at Partnership for Change.

New Vermont Dance Alliance Steps Out

On a recent windy morning, eight dancers gathered on the Burlington waterfront to turn their faces to the sun like flowers, swoop about conjuring birds in flight and sway in imaginary currents of water. One of 10 outdoor dance performances that day, the event called attention to the richness and challenges of dance in Vermont while heralding a new champion of the form.

GreenTARA Space Turns North Hero Church Into Gallery

If a building can be said to have nine lives, the 1823 structure that now houses GreenTARA Space - the Champlain Islands' newest art gallery - is on its third. The North Hero building started life as a general store on the lakeshore half a mile from its current location.

Phase two of Burlington bike path construction starting

The next phase of bike path construction begins near Leddy Park heading into Colchester. The Burlington Parks, Recreation and Waterfront Department says the northern division of work should be done by September.

Forgery arrest in South Burlington

The sex offender accused of taking a Vermont teen out of state appeared in court Tuesday. William Smith was charged with violating probation and failing to comply with the sex offender registry.

NHPR Wins Three 2017 Edward R. Murrow Awards, Including Overall Excellence

Stories highlighting some of New Hampshire's serious challenges, as well as the people and places that make the Granite State unique, propelled New Hampshire Public Radio to its best-ever awards haul in a prestigious national journalism competition. NHPR is the winner of three national Edward R. Murrow Awards , presented each year by the Radio Television Digital News Association , the world's largest professional organization devoted exclusively to electronic journalism.

Music comes to the Four Corners on Wednesday

This Wednesday Bennington's four corners, newly graced with piano keys, will come alive with music to celebrate International Make Music Day. Though Bennington's celebrations are being facilitated by the Vermont Arts Exchange , Make Music Day will be a true community effort with no single sponsor or organizer.

Minor flooding in Rutland

"Manhole covers were being lifted right off the ground with the water pressure, so we were concerned with that, so DPW was involved in replacing all the manhole covers," said Miles. "The worst areas were probably the parking deck downtown which gets hit real hard down there.

Houchens, Giesing Win Steeplechase

UVM hosted two high school 2K steeplechase championships Monday afternoon. There's usually a steeplechase during the Coaches versus Cancer meet at South Burlington, but it wasn't run this Spring.

MiVT: Rocket Dog of Vermont

Two tennis balls on a cord has led one Burlington woman to some doggone success -- cool K-9 apparel that for 20 years has been Made in Vermont. Going out to play with her retriever Sunny has a little more meaning for Beth Booraem, considering Beth made that toy she's tossing.

Boat Blocks Traffic on Burlington Road

It's usually a car or truck that blocks traffic in a road accident. In this case, it was a boat.

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