Burlington, Vermont

What is Burlington, Vermont known for?


business articles

: www.boston.com business articles 2007 09 27 where_1_million_bagels_is_just_another_day_at_office title Where 1 million bagels is just another day at office accessdate February 6, 2009 last Bushnell first David date September 27, 2007 work Globe Correspondent work The Boston Globe


quot quality

there to 2010; the state was $33,385; the nation, $36,871. In 2009, Moody's confirmed the city's bond rating at AA3, "high" quality, the second best rank, ''Burlington Free Press'' (August 1, 2009) but in 2010, the city-owned Burlington


extensive educational

College , Middlebury College, Castleton State College, Lyndon State College, and the University of Vermont. The VSO has extensive educational outreach with its Musicians-in-the-Schools and Orchestral Youth Concerts programs. Personal Lippert now serves as one of five openly gay members of the Vermont Legislature, alongside representatives Suzi Wizowaty (D–Burlington (Burlington, Vermont)), Jason Lorber (D–Burlington), Brian Campion (Brian Campion (politician)) (D–Bennington (Bennington, Vermont)) and Herb Font-Russell (D–Rutland (Rutland (city), Vermont)). country United States metropolitan Burlington (Burlington, Vermont), Vermont territory State of (U.S. state) Vermont In 1953 the Diocese of Norwich (Roman Catholic Diocese of Norwich) was created as a suffragan to the Archdiocese of Hartford (Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Hartford). St. Patrick's Church became the cathedral for the new diocese. The Most Reverend Bernard J. Flanagan, then Chancellor of the Diocese of Burlington, Vermont was appointed the first Bishop of Norwich by Pope Pius XII. He was installed on December 9, 1953. The New Diocese of Norwich On the same date, rival WUTR began to be seen in the Burlington, Vermont Plattsburgh, New York market on Time Warner Cable after sister station WVNY was dropped for the same reason. http: www.tvnewscheck.com article 2010 12 16 47829 denied-locals-twc-importing-distant-signals The Nexstar Broadcasting Group, owner of WBRE and WUTR, opposed the use of their stations as replacement programming and requested the Time Warner Cable franchise (Franchising) for the affected regions be revoked. Incidentally, Nexstar's sister company Atlantic Broadband, is the only other company with operations in Upstate New York. WKTV and Time Warner reached an agreement, the terms of which both sides refused to reveal, on January 8, 2011 allowing WKTV and the CW subchannel to return to the cable system the next day. - bgcolor "efefef" Burlington, Vermont '''5a''' Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania '''6b''' - Scheduled air service In the 1950s, scheduled air carrier service was provided at Dutchess County Airport by Colonial Airlines. Its service to POU in 1956 was a DC-3 aircraft from New York City's LaGuardia Airport, making an 11:50 am Monday-Friday flag stop enroute to Montreal and Ottawa, Canada (Ottawa), with intermediate stops at Albany, New York, and Burlington, Vermont.


schools schools

Public schools Burlington School District operates the city's public schools. '''Schools:''' * Burlington High School (Burlington High School (Burlington, Vermont)) * The Sustainability Academy (at Lawrence Barnes Elementary) * Edmunds Elementary School, named for George F. Edmunds, a U.S. Senator for 25 years, from 1866 to 1891. * Edmunds Middle School * Hunt Middle School * Flynn Elementary * Champlain Elementary School * C. P. Smith Elementary * The Integrated Arts Academy


great public

such as the "South End Art Hop" and public galleries such as The Firehouse Gallery and Pine Street Art Works, provide a forum for the visual arts in the South End. The American Planning Association named the Marketplace one of America's "Great Public Spaces" for 2008. Briggs, John. "Marketplace: 'Great Public Space'" ''Burlington Free Press'' (October 9, 2008) A "Festival of Fools" had an estimated 25,000 attendees


based news

and The CW on DT2), and WCAX (WCAX-TV) channel 3 (CBS). WCAX, WFFF, and WPTZ operate news departments. WCAX is the only Burlington-based news department, while WPTZ is based in Plattsburgh, New York (Plattsburgh (city), New York) with a bureau in nearby Colchester (Colchester, Vermont). WFFF and WVNY are also based in Colchester. !---it seems to me that WFFF and WVNY should be moved to Colchester. Not sure about WPTZ. All should be in Burlington Metro article. We keep getting "


legal association

-wide route marking system . Major inter-state routes were assigned numbers between 1 and 99. Motor Sign Uniformity, New York Times, April 16, 1922 The east–west route beginning in Burlington, Vermont, through Randolph, New Hampshire and Bangor, Maine, to Houlton, Maine was designated as New England Route 15. ''Automobile Legal Association Green Book'', 1925 edition, (Scarborough Motor Guide Co., Boston, 1925). A route

was streamlined to remove the unnecessary overlaps at both its ends, truncating it to its modern Winooski to West Danville designation. ''Automobile Legal Association Green Book'', 1938 39 edition, (Scarborough Motor Guide Co., Boston, 1938). The map in 1938 no longer shows any overlaps at both termini. VT 289 opened to traffic in October 1993 and comprises part of the '''Chittenden County Circumferential Highway''', a proposed partial beltway around the northern

states adopted a region-wide system for route numbering (New England road marking system). Motor Sign Uniformity, New York Times, April 16, 1922 '''New England Route 14''' was initially designated as a north–south route beginning at White River Junction (White River Junction, Vermont), through Montpelier (Montpelier, Vermont), to the city of Burlington (Burlington, Vermont). ''Automobile Legal Association Green


record news

Burlington , Vermont, which had around 39,000 people in the 2000 census. quote VSP Sgt. Bruce Melendy said


time early

been an NBC station based in the state. However, since 1978, WNNE has broadcast programming from that network into parts of western New Hampshire (the region previously served by WRLH) from across the state line in Vermont (and was, for a time early in its existence, licensed to Hanover (Hanover, New Hampshire)). Much of this area is considered part of the Burlington (Burlington, Vermont) Plattsburgh (Plattsburgh, New York) market, although WMUR is still available. The rest


sports work

moved from music to sports broadcasting when he moved to WJOY where his on-air sports work included baseball, basketball, football (American football), and hockey (ice hockey) for the University of Vermont. During this time, in 1968, he was almost hired to be the first broadcaster for the newly formed Atlanta Hawks of the NBA, only to lose out to Skip Caray. Cheek, Tom. ''Road to Glory'', Warwick Publishing, 1993. pp.31-33 ISBN 1-89562-916-0 ref>

Burlington, Vermont

'''Burlington''' is the largest city in the State (U.S. state) of Vermont and the shire town (county seat) south of Montreal.

Burlington had a population of 42,417 at the 2010 census. The city is the hub of the Burlington-South Burlington metropolitan area, consisting of the three northwestern Vermont counties of Chittenden, Franklin (Franklin County, Vermont) and Grand Isle (Grand Isle County, Vermont) and encompassing the cities of Burlington, South Burlington (South Burlington, Vermont), and Winooski (Winooski, Vermont); the towns of Colchester (Colchester, Vermont), Essex (Essex, Vermont), and Williston (Williston, Vermont); and the village of Essex Junction (Essex Junction, Vermont). According to the 2012 U.S. Census estimates, the metro area had an estimated population of 213,701, approximately one third of Vermont's total population.

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