College Counseling Corner

By Sarah Soule  It’s summer. What should rising seniors be doing to prepare for the fall and the onset of the college application season? Now is the time that students should be considering the approaching process of applying to college with sincere earnest. On Aug. 1, the Common Application,, will go live and members […]

Local performers to partake in Festival of Fools shenanigans this weekend

Local performers to partake in Festival of Fools shenanigans this weekend

Vermonter’s thirst for comedy and music can be quenched this weekend during the 8th Annual Festival of Fools, in Burlington. This years’ entertainment lineup will serve up enough great music, eye-popping visuals, and side- splitting laughter to guarantee a fun-filled weekend for festivalgoers of all ages. An internationally acclaimed cast from the world of circus, […]

Shelburne Day participation needed

By Rosalyn Graham Shelburne Day will be on Saturday, Aug. 15. It’s a great opportunity for locally-owned businesses to tell their story, promote their services, sell their wares and be more visible in their town. Shelburne Day is an annual celebration of business in Shelburne, sponsored by the Shelburne Business and Professional Association, and held […]

CVU alumnus Bunting to be next school principal

CVU alumnus Bunting to be next school principal

By Gail Callahan Adam Bunting’s next step in his educational career is returning to his high school alma mater, Champlain Valley Union High School in Hinesburg. Bunting has already walked the halls there as a student, teacher, and house director, but now he will be the next school principal. After spending three years as principal […]

Business needs survey distributed

The Selectboard approved and authorized the distribution this week of Shelburne’s Business Needs Survey. Ann Hogan, Planning Commissioner, has championed local economic development initiatives on behalf of the Planning Commission and is leading the effort to identify and gather information from all Shelburne for-profit and non-profit entities to assist the town’s ability to provide for […]

Common Deer finds new digs in Burlington

By Phyl Newbeck Shelburne’s loss is Burlington’s gain. Common Deer in Shelburne has closed its doors and reopened on College Street in Burlington last week. Owner Sharon Beal said she will miss her customers and hopes everyone comes to Burlington for a visit. It’s been about two years since Common Deer opened in Shelburne Village […]

802 Lacrosse stays competitive at Albany tournament

802 Lacrosse stays competitive at Albany tournament

Story and Photo by Mike Regan Last weekend, six teams from the 802 Lacrosse girls program traveled to Albany, New York to compete in the Battle at the Capital Tournament. The Battle at the Capital is a two-day tournament that attracts teams from throughout the Northeast. 802 Lacrosse, which is directed by Reyn Garnett, is […]

Despite defeat, hoop all-star games a blast for CVU duo

by Mal Boright Saturday’s Twin State Basketball Classic games at Essex High School between 2015 graduated stars turned into a double bonanza for the visiting New Hampshire girls and boys quintets. The granite State girls took the doubleheader opener over cold shooting Vermont, 83-37. In the nightcap, the New Hampshire boys showed remarkable depth in […]

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