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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
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.

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.

Most Americans want universal healthcare. What are we waiting for?

Establishing a Medicare for All single payer program will improve the health of the American people. It is the right thing to do.

Solidarity rally in Burlington

Several speakers addressed the crowd in City Hall Park. Many were holding signs, which included "Love Trumps Hate."

Burlington residents react to Charlottesville

Violent protests turned deadly Saturday as a car mowed down activists in Charlottesville, Virginia--killing one woman and injuring many others. The turn of events has sparked a response from communities across the nation, highlighting concerns about racism and the right to free speech.

Terra Incognita: Charlottesville was more than a year in the making

'No lives matter, kill them all"; "you're all insignificant and stupid, stop breeding"; "losers"; "snowflakes"; "light the hippies on fire lol." Those were the comments left in real time on a video posted by "Rebelutionary_z" during the attack in Charlottesville.

Police: Man choked girlfriend, punched

Police say they responded to White Street and Suburban Square in South Burlington for reports of a woman screaming about at 12:15 a.m. Saturday.

Vermont Interfaith Action: Clergy's income inequity fight seeks second wind

When the Vermont Interfaith Action coalition of religious congregations held its first statewide convention a year ago, members celebrated the successful launch of its "Building a Moral Economy" campaign by revealing their next step: a "Raise the Wage" plea to boost minimum pay. Then came last fall's election of a governor with different priorities.

A.M. BestTV: Captives, Known for Their Uniqueness, Find Ways to Benchmark Themselves

In this A.M.BestTV episode from the Vermont Captive Insurance Association Conference in Burlington, VT, a panel of captive experts assess the growing range of tools and strategies that captives use to measure themselves. Click on http://www.ambest.com/v.asp?v=vcia3817 to view the entire program.

High-speed internet less than $10 a month for some residents

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Folk Singer Henry Jamison Tells a 'Juxtaposed Story' of Quitting...

Burlington, Vermont-based folk singer/songwriter Henry Jamison's anecdotal songs are written like the Great American Novel. He crafts his lyrics with metaphor, juxtaposition, and a certain poeticism resonant of vagabond folk heroes or members of the literary canon -- a familial tradition, coming from a long history of writers like Civil War-era songwriter George Frederick Root or 14th Century British poet John Gower.

South Burlington City Councilor Fights for a Say at Burlington Airport

The airport sits entirely in the city of South Burlington, but is run by the Queen City. Chittenden is proposing a regional governance model, which would give neighboring communities and the state a say in the airport's decisions.

Burlington Telecom low-income program to be expanded

Residents who are eligible for Burlington Telecom's Lifeline program will benefit from a federal grant that provides a discount on phone or internet service to their home. That discount comes to $9.95 for eligable Burlington Telecom residents.

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