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Departing Burlington tenants leave discarded items on city property

The first official cases of bird flu in Vermont started showing up last month after two bald eagles were found dead in Grand Isle and Chittenden Counties. Republicans in Albany are trying to repeal the HALT Act. Tuesday Weathercast. Updated: 5 hours ago. Your Tuesday evening outlook. Veterans’ retreat center...
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South Burlington’s Parkway Diner Reopens Under New Ownership

The Parkway Diner is back and bustling. After a closure of almost two years, servers are once again pouring endless streams of coffee into thick white mugs while cooks flip sizzling home fries, bacon and patty melts on the flattop grill. The South Burlington restaurant's eye-catching red-and-white sign has been...
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Switchback Brewing Buys Burlington Building

After 20 years of brewing at 160 Flynn Avenue in Burlington's South End, Switchback Brewing has bought its building, taproom manager Sarah Diaz said. The purchase will add 5,800 square feet to the current 28,000. Diaz said the company has not yet finalized plans for the additional space, which is currently occupied by Momentum Physical Therapy.

Judge: Man charged in murder of transgender woman to remain behind bars

HYDE PARK, Vt. (WCAX) - The man accused of murdering a transgender woman last month in Morristown will remain behind bars. Seth Brunell, 43, pleaded not guilty last month to second-degree murder in the stabbing death of 29-year-old Fern Feather of Hinesburg. According to court documents, Brunell spent several days with Feather and he claimed Feather made a sexual advance. Brunell claimed he stabbed Feather in self-defense on April 12, but police say there’s no evidence of that attack.

Vermont Public Safety Head Mike Schirling to Step Down

Public Safety Commissioner Mike Schirling will step down next month to take a top administrative job at the University of Vermont, his alma mater. The former Burlington police chief will join the university June 20 as its chief safety and compliance officer. He will oversee the school’s emergency management, police and fire departments, and regulatory issues, he said in an interview.

Café Mamajuana Brings Tropical Flavors to Burlington’s Brunch Scene

What makes brunch brunch? For me, it's the drinks. Without booze, a midmorning meal is just breakfast. And the more beverages, the better. When I sat down for brunch last month at Café Mamajuana, I had six lined up: coffee, water and a tropical mimosa flight of four juices — soursop, guava, papaya and passion fruit — mixed with Prosecco. It was the height of luxury and an opportunity to sip on flavors that are hard to find in Vermont.

Wildlife Watch: Avian influenza

Departing Burlington tenants leave discarded items on city property. With many leases expiring June 1, hundreds of tenants in Burlington are preparing to move. Veterans’ retreat center purchases Malone campus. Updated: 5 hours ago. Veterans helping veterans is the mission behind a new retreat center in New York’s North...


For fresh-baked rolls ready for honey cinnamon butter hot from the oven every five minutes, steaks chilled to 34 degrees (never frozen) cut by hand on the premises, made-from-scratch sides, salad dressings, and croutons — even the bacon bits are made fresh – ice cold beer, Legendary Margaritas and the crowd favorite — the Big Ol’ Brownie (also made in house from scratch) you need to check out Texas Roadhouse. Combine great food with a family friendly atmosphere and if you haven’t yet donned your best bib and tucker and got a wiggle on to the Roadhouse (or if the pandemic has interfered with your ability to dine in this renowned restaurant), there are even more ways to access its delicious meals.

Vermont prepares for upcoming travel season

The summer travel season starts next weekend and while some may think higher gas prices, airfare, and hotel rates may have some thinking twice, that’s not necessarily the case. Instead, the director of Burlington International Airport expects turnout to be high. One of the main reasons is people are...

The MLPBS Pollination Station Is Back and Buzzing!

Last year, Mountain Lake PBS planted our very own Pollination Station on the lawn of 1 Sesame Street—our home base in Plattsburgh, NY. In partnership with AdkAction, families and friends from across the North Country came together to help us plant a variety of pollinator-friendly plants in three honeycomb shaped garden beds. From Blue Lobelia to Mountain Mint, these native plants provide food in the summer and shelter during winter for butterflies, birds, and bees.

Expo to host Jurassic visitors this weekend

ESSEX JUNCTION, Vt. (WCAX) - The Champlain Valley Expo is welcoming guests from hundreds of millions of years ago this weekend. For the first time, the nationally touring Dino & Dragon Stroll will make its way to Essex Junction. The event offers visitors an up-close visit with enormous animatronic dinosaurs...

Attack of the caterpillars, the sequel

Spongy moths are beginning to hatch, repeat damage to trees. Miles and Kelly Moody’s Clinton County apple orchard was stripped bare of leaves and several 90-foot-tall pines were killed and had to be cut down, at considerable expense. Their difficulty is one small example of the widespread devastation caused...

Avian influenza spreading among Vermont's wild birds

The Champlain Valley Expo is welcoming guests from hundreds of millions of years ago this weekend. For the first time, the nationally touring Dino & Dragon Stroll will make its way to Essex Junction. Visitors to Burlington parks this summer will see something new -- park rangers. More Vermont moms...