Obituary – Barbara S. Beaman

Obituary – Barbara S. Beaman

Barbara S. Beaman 1937-2019 Barbara S. Beaman, 82, of Shelburne, Vt., passed away on June 9, 2019, after a short illness. She was born in Glens Falls, N.Y., on March 8, 1937, educated in Glens Falls public schools, received her Bachelor of Science degree from Cornell University and Master of Education degree from Russell Sage… Read More »

Ecology expert to discuss new book at Trinity Church

Katharine M. Preston, author of “Field with a View: Science and Faith in a time of Climate Change,” will visit Trinity Episcopal Church June 22 at 2 p.m. to discuss her book and related environmental issues. The public is invited to come and meet her. Hopkins Bookshop Committee is sponsoring her talk.  Preston studied anthropology as… Read More »

Vehicle charging stations get a boost under new legislation

PENG CHEN VT Digger BETHEL — Vermonters driving electric vehicles won’t have to worry as much about where they’ll get their next charge, under legislation signed by Gov. Phil Scott. In describing the new transportation bill, H.529, at a ceremony Friday at the site of the Route 12 bridge, Scott said the state wants to… Read More »

Lyric celebrates capital campaign end

Lyric celebrates capital campaign end

With a final gift from the McClure family in honor of their mother and grandmother Marjorie Howe, Lyric Theatre Company celebrated the end of its multi-year capital campaign June 7. The celebration also recognized the formal opening of the company’s permanent home and creative space on Green Tree Drive in South Burlington. “This moment marks… Read More »

Thanks for 2019 Memorial Day support

I would like to express my sincere thanks and appreciation for all those who participated in the Memorial Day Ceremony on May 27 at the Shelburne Veterans’ Monument. Everyone did an outstanding job from the beginning of planning, through some rough spots, to the conduct and most successful conclusion of the ceremony. Year after year,… Read More »

Viewpoint: Pedestrian Safety Group update

JANE ZENATY The Village Pedestrian Safety Group is an ad hoc group of village residents who have been meeting monthly since July of 2016. Our mission is: “To actively work toward the creation of a culture of safe year-round walkability and connectivity in the village core. This includes, but is not limited to, safe paths,… Read More »

Obituary – Jennifer L. Williams

Obituary – Jennifer L. Williams

Jennifer L. Williams 1965-2019 There will be a burial service for Jennifer L. Williams (JJ) on Monday, July 8, at 10 a.m., at Resurrection Park Cemetery 200 Hinesburg Road, South Burlington. Jennifer passed away Jan. 8, 2019. She was born Dec. 3, 1965, in Burlington and was a resident of Grand Isle. She grew up… Read More »

Viewpoint: F-35s even worse than we thought

JOE RANDAZZO Early on May 31 we had a preview of what is in store for South Burlington when the F-35s will be permanently based at our airport. Our home is not in the most sensitive area. Although we are near University Mall, the noise level was intolerable. The F-35s are much louder than the… Read More »

Parks & Rec News

Shelburne Beach passes available The 2019 Season Pass Cost is $25 for first car, $5 per additional car in a household. Seniors ages 60+ are $5 per car for a season pass. Beach passes can also be purchased at the Recreation Office during business hours. See our website for more information about Shelburne Beach. Must be a… Read More »


COMMUNITY BURLINGTON American Lung Association LUNG FORCE Walk June 20: Fifth annual. 5 p.m., participant check-in; 6:15 p.m., opening ceremonies; 6:30 p.m., walk begins; 7:20 p.m.; closing ceremonies, awards. Family-friendly educational “Mission Tents,” food, music, children’s activities.; Jana Beagley, 876-6863, Battery Park, 1 North Ave. Interfaith Summer Solstice Labyrinth Walk June 21: 5:30 p.m.… Read More »