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  • There's 3 and a half feet of water in my crawl space, said Maria Spadanuda, standing on sandbags in the back yard of her home in Burlington's north end.

    In Vermont, overflowing Lake Champlain floods

  • Milo attends school at Burlington's Sustainability Academy at Lawrence Barnes and he wants to be a computer programmer, or maybe a physicist or an inventor or an astronaut, he said.

    Boy's crusade against plastic straws takes off

  • The university's increasing enrollment in the past 10 years swelled Burlington's population, says Will Sawyer, manager of the university's Vermont State Data Center, a research organization.

    Racial diversity inches higher in Vermont

  • Burlington's city hall, school and police and fire departments appeared safe, but some homes in the evacuation zone had water up to their first floors and higher.

    Minot braces for more rain as river nears crest

  • While Saturday's annual report didn't include Burlington's carloads, the Association of American Railroads says total loads on U.S. railroads rose 7.3% in 2010 versus 2009, to 14.8 million.

    Some Berkshire Businesses Offer Good Signs for U.S. Economy

  • Last month, Berkshire said Burlington's profit jumped 43% last year.

    Buffett Successor List Gets Shorter

  • A Morgan Stanley spokesperson says Burlington's performance matched its benchmarks, and it was the victim of no wrongdoing.

    Wrap Account Ripoff

  • In addition, it assumed Burlington's $9.7 billion debt.

    Old School Buffett Stocks

  • At the time, Berkshire said the split would "accommodate" Burlington's mom-and-pop shareholders.

    OVERHEARD

  • For eight years and four months now, a group of miscellaneous folks has been standing at the top of Burlington's Church St.,

    Sign Theory

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