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Vermont-based artist Alisa Dworsky's large-scale work 'InVersion' is now on view at the Cynthia Reeves Gallery in North Adams. The site-based work is made from... [Read More]
The Hilltoppers cruised past host BFA 56-35 on Friday, securing the No. 1 seed in Division I girls basketball for the second straight season. [Read More]
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With Carina in the mayor's office, citizens and neighborhoods will be heard in City Hall. [Read More]
The Redhawks' defensive effort and work on the boards leads to a 38-32 girls basketball win over rival Essex in the regular-season finale on Friday. [Read More]
Terrier goaltender Jake Oettinger stifles Catamounts in Boston University's 2-0 win in Hockey East action Friday night. [Read More]
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Vermont State Police say around 7:30 Friday night, a crash was reported on I-91 near mile marker 4/30. [Read More]
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Multiple law enforcement agencies responded to a reported armed robbery at the Jeffersonville Country State Liquor Store close to 5:30 Friday night. [Read More]
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N.H. BOYS BASKETBALL... [Read More]
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Four Democratic Governors say they're not waiting for President Trump or Congress to come up with a solution for gun violence. [Read More]
Students protested racism at the University of Vermont Friday and gained an audience with President Tom Sullivan. [Read More]
Burlington chief Brandon del Pozo says officers have a 'neutral' commitment to 1st Amendment, balance speech rights with disruption... [Read More]
Gov. Phil Scott has asked lawmakers to fast-track the bill. [Read More]
Deli 126 to serve traditional deli food, according to owner, who wouldn't say if bar fits 'speakeasy' trend that recently came to downtown... [Read More]
Despite a 35-27 shots advantage, the Catamounts fell to Boston College 3-1 in the teams' Hockey East quarterfinal series opener Friday afternoon. [Read More]
Vermont sports scores and schedule for Feb. 23-24, 2018, as reported to the Burlington Free Press sports department. [Read More]
Burlington is fortunate to have a leader like Miro Weinberger, and you should keep him. [Read More]
Weinberger invests in the local economy so young people like me can remain in Burlington. [Read More]
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